Have been convicted in any jurisdiction of two or more felony offenses, unless full pardons have been granted for all convictions for reasons relating to wrongful convictions
Have been dishonorably discharged from the United States armed services, discharged from the United States armed services under other conditions determined by the board to be prohibitive, or dismissed from the United States armed services if a commissioned officer in the United States armed services
Have a speeding ticket in the last two years
All of the above
Only after 1 year has passed
Only if they do it before 1 year has passed
It's not important because the board sends a lot of junk mail
Because much of the notices the you may receive are very time sensitive.
The board uses mail to communicate important information to license holders
Both B & C
Yes, the company needs to have one manager per branch office.
Yes, as many as the owner thinks he needs.
No, A license holders company must be under the control of one manager.
Yes, the State Of Texas requires one manager for record keeping and one manager for outside operations.
No, DWI is not a valid reason under the boards rules to suspend your license.
No, as long as you were not speeding when you got pulled over.
Yes, but only if your license is a Motorcycle Escort license.
Yes, your license will be suspended right away.
One year after termination
One year from the date of employment
Three years from the date of employment
Two years from the date of employment
24 hours a day
From 8:00 am to 5 pm
From 7:00 am to 3:30 pm
During normal business hours
They will send a notice to you to remind you that you need to get a new manager right away.
They may suspend or revoke the license holder's license.
The license holder will be fined 1,000.00 dollars and spend 5 days in jail.
The license holder will be fined 1,000.00 dollars.
According to 1702.369 a revoked license may not be reinstated unless 5 years has passed.
According to 1702.369 a revoked license may not be reinstated unless 10 years has passed.
According to 1702.369 a revoked license may not be reinstated
According to 1702.369 a revoked license may not be reinstated unless the Licensee is on the board.
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