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Idaho State Police Motor Carrier Emergency Relief Declaration.
Emergency Relief Declaration for Idaho Motor Carrier Rules Contained in IDAPA (Rule 9)

Learn more about FMCSA’s Emergency Declaration for CMVs delivering relief in response to the coronavirus outbreak
In this link you will find FMCSA’s latest information, declarations, and resources in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

Enforcement Notice on Expiring CDLs

This Notice of Enforcement Policy, effective from March 24, 2020 to June 30, 2020, provides needed relief from specified FMCSRs for CLP holders, CDL holders, and non-CDL drivers and motor carriers using those drivers.  This Notice of Enforcement Policy applies to all CLP holders, CDL holders, and non-CDL drivers whose license was issued for less than the maximum period established by 49 CFR 383.25 and 383.73 and was valid on February 29, 2020 and expired on or after March 1, 2020.

Waiver for States, CLP holders, and Interstate Drivers Operating Commercial Motor Vehicles

The waiver is effective until June 30, 2020 and provides important relief resulting from situations where many CDL and CLP holders are unable to renew their CDLs and CLPs and are unable to provide medical certificates to their State Driver Licensing Agencies. In addition, many medical providers nationwide have canceled regularly scheduled appointments to dedicate resources to the COVID-19 response. As a result, drivers are unable to obtain appointments for physical examinations with medical examiners.

PHMSA Notice of Enforcement Policy Relating to HM Training

PHMSA has provided there will not take enforcement action taken against any HM employer and/or HM employee unable to provide the required “recurrent training” during the Covid-19 pandemic.  This policy was coordinated across the Department and applies to FMCSA and all modes.  It does not apply to initial training, or the need to have a new HM employee work under the supervision of a trained HM employee until they can get their initial training. 

Frequently asked questions related to the FMCSA Emergency Declaration

ITD issues 90-day extension on expiring credentials, encourages use of online services


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