60-4,149.01. Commercial drivers' licenses; law examination; exceptions; waiver.

(1) A commercial driver's license examiner shall not require the commercial driver's license knowledge examination, except the hazardous material portion of the examination and any knowledge examinations not previously taken for that class of commercial motor vehicle or endorsement, if the applicant renews his or her commercial driver's license prior to its expiration or within one year after its expiration and if the applicant's driving record abstract maintained in the department's computerized records shows that his or her commercial driver's license is not suspended, revoked, canceled, or disqualified.

(2) A nonresident who holds a valid commercial driver's license from another state shall not be required to take the commercial driver's license knowledge examination, except the hazardous material portion of the examination and any knowledge examinations not previously taken for that class of commercial motor vehicle or endorsement, if the nonresident commercial driver's license holder surrenders his or her valid out-of-state commercial driver's license to licensing staff.

Source:Laws 1993, LB 420, § 9; Laws 1996, LB 938, § 3; Laws 1999, LB 704, § 35; Laws 2001, LB 387, § 9; Laws 2005, LB 76, § 13; Laws 2014, LB983, § 37.