The commissioner shall reinstate the commercial motor vehicle driving privileges of a person who has been disqualified under Minnesota Statutes, section 171.165, subdivision 1, clause (1), or subdivision 2, if the following requirements have been satisfied:
the disqualification period has been served and expired;
the requirements imposed during this or any previous disqualification period have been satisfied; and
if issued, the class D license card has been invalidated by the department.
After the person fulfills the reinstatement requirements, the department will notify the person of reinstatement. Reinstatement of the subject's driver's license is not effective until the notice of reinstatement is issued by the commissioner.
When a person's driving privileges have been withdrawn, they must be reinstated at the time and date the commissioner determines the reinstatement requirements have been met.
Reinstatement is effective on the date and time specified in the notice of reinstatement issued by the commissioner.
The notice of reinstatement must be issued by first class mail to the person subject to reinstatement.
The subject's driving record must reflect reinstatement at the time and date the notice of reinstatement is issued.
15 SR 2406; 21 SR 458; 27 SR 707
September 9, 2005