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SB 104 (BR 1389) - E. Scorsone

     AN ACT relating to certificates for driving.
     Create a new section of KRS Chapter 186, to define the term "certificate for driving" as a certificate issued by the Transportation Cabinet to an individual who cannot prove citizenship or legal presence requirements of KRS 186.412; mandate that certificates for driving be clearly distinguishable from regular operator's licenses and clearly state on the face that the document is not to be used for identification purposes; require the cabinet to establish a unique identifying number system for certificates and keep a database of all certificate holders and their driving histories available for the use of law enforcement agencies; require the Transportation Cabinet to promulgate regulations to provide standards for the application, issuance, denial, and revocation of certificates; create a new section of KRS Chapter 186 to set out application procedures for certificates for driving; require application to be made in Frankfort or at a regional office of the cabinet; require State Police examinations of all applicants for a certificate; impose age-appropriate instruction permit and graduated license restrictions on individuals applying for a certificate who do not have a valid license from another state or recognized foreign jurisdiction; create a new section of KRS Chapter 186 to set out denial criteria and revocation criteria; require the cabinet to establish a points and suspension system for moving violations similar to the one used for operator's licenses; make certificates valid for 4 years, with renewal; require possession of certificate at all times when operating a motor vehicle; require certificate holders to notify the circuit clerk of name and address changes; set the fee for a certificate at the same fee as for an operator's license; prohibit certificate holders from possessing or applying for an operator's license, personal identification card, or commercial driver's license; prohibit certificate holders from operating a commercial motor vehicle.

     Jan 23-introduced in Senate
     Jan 25-to Judiciary (S)


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