(b) To obtain a Class G driver's license, the restricted out-of-state driver must:
(1) Satisfy all the requirements of licensure contained in sections three and four of this article;
(2) Surrender his or her out-of-state driver's license to the commissioner; and
(3) Provide the commissioner with a report of examination by a vision specialist, conducted no more than ninety-days prior to the application, showing that the applicant meets the minimum vision standards.
(c) If, based upon an evaluation of the out-of-state driver's abilities, along with any recommendations, the Division of Rehabilitation Services certifies to the commissioner that the restricted out-of-state driver was required, as a condition of licensure in the other state, to complete training substantially equivalent to the approved driver training program required by this article, the commissioner may waive the requirement that the restricted out-of-state driver complete an approved driver training program in this state prior to licensure.
Note: WV Code updated with legislation passed through the 2012 1st Special Session