Commercial Driving Resource Center
The purpose of the Commercial Driving Resource Center website is to assist in reducing the number of crashes and fatalities involving commercial vehicles by increasing outreach to the court community so that cases involving CDL holders and operators can be properly adjudicated and timely notifications made to the Department of Motor Vehicles.
The Commercial Driving Resource Center is hosting a data exchange work group March 25-27 at NCSC headquarters. Their goal is to develop the data exchange standards that can be used to improve conviction reporting that involves commercial drivers. For more information click here.
Archived Webcast Series
- Compliance: Masking and Other State Court Challenges
- Compliance: Notification of Non-Compliance
- Compliance: Compliance in Progress
- Compliance: A Best Practice
- Compliance: State DMV Perspectives
- Compliance: State Court Perspectives
This webcast series is funded by a grant from the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), a division of the Department of Transportation.
Which Commercial Driving Cases Should Go To Court?
Victor E. Flango and F. Dale Kasparek, Jr.
Many states are examining their core missions to determine which types of cases must be heard according to state constitution or statute. This article suggests that cases involving holders of commercial driver’s licenses (CDL) might best be heard first by departments of motor vehicles, with appeals to state courts.