TITLE 92: TRANSPORTATION
CHAPTER II: SECRETARY OF STATE
PART 1030 ISSUANCE OF LICENSES
SECTION 1030.55 COMMUTER VAN DRIVER OPERATING A FOR-PROFIT RIDESHARING ARRANGEMENT
Section 1030.55 Commuter Van Driver Operating a For-Profit Ridesharing Arrangement
a) Pursuant to the provisions of IVC Section 6-106.4, an individual who applies for driving privileges to operate a commuter van in a for-profit ridesharing arrangement shall be required to take and successfully complete a test of driving ability while operating a commuter van. The standards for successfully completing this driving test shall be the same as those utilized for other non-CDL Class C or Class D type driving tests.
b) The driving test required in a for-profit ridesharing arrangement shall be taken and successfully completed in a commuter van; however, this commuter van need not be the same commuter van as will be used in the for-profit ridesharing arrangement. If the vehicle meets the requirements of IVC Section 6-500, the properly classified CDL tests will be administered.
c) Upon successful completion of the driving test as specified in subsections (a) and (b) showing the individual's ability to exercise reasonable care in the safe operation of commuter vans used in for-profit ridesharing arrangements and if the other requirements for licensure stated in IVC Section 6-106.4 are met, a "J" restriction and "P" endorsement when required shall be shown on the individual's driver's license. The individual shall be required to pay a corrected driver's license fee, as defined in IVC Section 6-118(a) if he/she applies for this restriction and/or endorsement at a time other than a regular renewal date.
d) In the event a for-profit ridesharing arrangement driver is convicted of any of the offenses listed in IVC Section 6-106.4(5), that person's authority to operate a for-profit ridesharing arrangement vehicle shall be removed in the following manner:
1) The Secretary of State shall notify the for-profit ridesharing arrangement driver he/she is no longer eligible to operate a for-profit ridesharing arrangement vehicle.
2) The licensee shall surrender the Illinois driver's license at the Driver Services Facility within 10 days after receiving the notification in order to have the restriction to operate a for-profit ridesharing arrangement vehicle removed from the driver's license.
3) A corrected driver's license shall be issued to each eligible licensee and the applicant will be charged a fee in accordance with IVC Section 6-118(a).
e) Failure of a licensee to comply with subsection (d)(2) shall result in cancellation of the licensee's Illinois driver's license.
(Source: Amended at 33 Ill. Reg. 2391, effective January 21, 2009)