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  • Guams
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    I agree with the above. When they're outside of their hours they do not hold a valid driving status.

    Cite for OAR and go 10-8.

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  • Patrol63
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    I agree. OAR also

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  • woodtik25
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    OAR is the way to go. If they are operating during their allowed hours but doing something outside of the perameters of the occupational then it's a license restriction violation. If they are opearting outside of the hours they no longer have the temporary "valid" driving status so it reverts back to the status shown by DOT.

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  • DeputyZee
    started a topic Speaking of License Statuses..

    Speaking of License Statuses..

    What's your take?

    Driver of a stopped vehicle is REVOKED with OCCUPATIONAL. The driver is NOT operating in compliance with their occupational. Is this a restriction of driver's license violation or a OAR violation?

    I have heard both, I have always went OAR route. My opinion on this is because the driver has a revoked status, when they are not in compliance with their occupational, there status is revoked.

    Thoughts?

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