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March 2018

An important part of being a driver examiner is testing drivers to make sure they are qualified to operate a motor vehicle safely in most traffic situations. Here are the most recent jurisdiction surveys related to driver examiners. All of these surveys have additional questions that provide more information. Full details of these surveys can be found at aamva.org/Survey. For more information about the International Driver Examiner Certification (IDEC) program, visit aamva.org/IDEC.

SURVEY TOPIC: CDL and Non-CDL Skills Tests

37 respondents

Who administers the non-CDL skills test in your jurisdicion?

DMV examiners: 17

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Third-party testers: 3

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Both: 17

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Is there a fee to take the non-CDL skills test?

Yes: 24

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No: 11

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No response: 2

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Who administers the CDL skills test in your jurisdiction?

DMV examiners: 4

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Third-party testers: 11

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Both: 22

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Is there a fee to take the CDL skills test?

Yes: 29

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No: 5

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No response: 3

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SURVEY TOPIC: Examiner Safety

41 respondents

Do driver license examiners have the ability/authority to reject road test vehicles that are in poor condition or are unsafe?

Yes: 41

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SURVEY TOPIC: Internal Examiner Licensing

25 respondents

Does your state have internal examiners/agents who conduct the skills and road testing portion of the examination required to obtain a CDL license?

Yes: 22

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No: 3

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