Florida Driver Handbook: Restriction and Endorsement Codes on Florida Licenses 2. The Florida Driver License • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 2.10.1 - Restriction Codes A Corrective Lenses means a person must wear corrective lenses at all times when operating a vehicle.
B Outside Rearview Mirror (Left Side) means the vehicle the person is driving must have a left outside rearview mirror on the car. C Business Purposes Only means a driving privilege that is limited to any driving necessary to maintain livelihood, including driving to and from work, necessary on-the-job driving, driving for educational purposes, and driving for church and for medical purposes. D Employment Purposes Only means a driving privilege that is limited to driving to and from work and any necessary on-the-job driving required by an employer or occupation. E Daylight Driving Only means the person can only drive during daylight hours. F Automatic Transmission means the person can only drive a vehicle that has automatic transmission. G Power Steering means the person must drive a vehicle with power steering. I Directional Signals means a person must drive a vehicle equipped with mechanical signals.
J Grip on Steering Wheel means the vehicle must be equipped with a knob or grip on the steering wheel. K Hearing Aid means the person must wear a hearing aid at all times while driving a CDL vehicle. L Seat Cushion means the person must use a seat cushion at all times while driving. M Hand Controls or Pedal Extension means the vehicle must be equipped with hand controls or a pedal extension. Baixar Musicas Gratis Mp3 Krafta Roberto Carlos. N Left Foot Accelerator means the vehicle must be equipped with a left foot accelerator.
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P Probation-Interlock Device means the vehicle must be equipped with a device that locks the ignition. S Other Restrictions means there are other restrictions imposed on this license.
X Medical Alert Bracelet means the person wears a medical alert bracelet. 2.10.2 - Restriction Codes Appearing on Commercial Driver Licenses Only • Vehicles W/O Air Brakes - issued to those who have not passed the required written and/or skills tests for the operation of vehicles with air brakes. • CDL-Intrastate Only (CMV) - issued to those who are authorized to operate commercial motor vehicles inside Florida only.
• Bus Only (CMV) - issued to persons who are only authorized to operate a commercial vehicle that is a bus.
• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Restrictions Restrictions are placed on a CDL when you’re not authorized to operate or handle certain types of vehicles or cargo. CDL Restrictions Restriction Code Description L If the driver does not pass the Air Brakes Knowledge Test, does not correctly identify the air brake system components, does not properly conduct an air brake systems check, or does not take the Skills Test in a vehicle with a full air brake system, they must have an 'L' no full air brake restriction placed on their license. Venom Welcome To Hell Remastered Rar. Prior to 7/1/15, this was restriction 'B'.
Z If the driver takes the test in a vehicle with an air over hydraulic brake system, then they will have a 'Z' no full air brake restriction placed on their license. The driver is not authorized to operate a CMV equipped with full air brakes. E If the driver takes the Skills Test in a vehicle that has an automatic transmission, then an 'E' no manual transmission restriction is placed on their license. O If the driver takes the Skills Test in a Class A vehicle that is not a truck-tractor/semi-trailer combination, an “O” restriction will be placed on their license restricting them from driving any Class A vehicle that is a truck-tractor/semi-trailer. Prior to 7/1/15, this was the corrective lenses restriction.
M If a driver possesses a Class A CDL, but obtains his or her passenger or school bus endorsement in a Class B vehicle, the State must place an 'M' restriction indicating that the driver can only operate Class B and Class C passenger vehicle or school buses. Prior to 7/1/15, this was restriction 'J'. N If a driver possesses a Class B CDL, but obtains his or her passenger or school bus endorsement in a Class C vehicle, the State must place an 'N' restriction indicating that the driver can only operate Class C passenger vehicle or school buses. Prior to 7/1/15, this was restriction 'K'. V If the State is notified by the FMCSA that a medical variance has been issued to the driver, the State must indicate the existence of such a medical variance on the CDLIS driving record and the CDL document using a restriction code 'V' to indicate that there is information about the medical variance on the CDLIS record. W Seasonal CDL for farm-related service industry that allows operation of a Class B and C commercial motor vehicle within 150 miles of the place of business or farm being served. A seasonal CDL is valid for one 180-day period or two 90-day periods each calendar year.
K May operate intrastate only. No passengers in commercial motor vehicle. No cargo in a tank.