Upon successful completion of the motorcycle road guard course and payment by an applicant of the program course fee under part 7422.0900, the commissioner shall issue a motorcycle road guard certificate for a period of four years. There is no automatic renewal for a motorcycle road guard certificate.
A person who was previously certified as a motorcycle road guard and whose certification has expired must re-enroll as an applicant by meeting the qualifications under part 7422.0300 and successfully completing the program curriculum in order to perform the duties of a motorcycle road guard under part 7422.0200.
Once certified, failure of a person who holds a motorcycle road guard certificate to meet any of the requirements under part 7422.0300 is cause for the commissioner to disqualify the person's motorcycle road guard certificate.
A person whose motorcycle road guard certificate is disqualified under this part may appeal the commissioner's disqualification under the contested case procedures of Minnesota Statutes, chapter 14.
MS s 171.60
39 SR 157
August 13, 2014
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes