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The Secretary of State shall not issue a driver training instructor’s license to any person who:
- has not held a valid driver’s license for any 2 year period preceding the date of application for an instructor’s license;
- has had 2 or more convictions of a violation that caused an auto accident within the 2 year period immediately preceding the date of application for an instructor’s license;
- has been convicted, within 10 years prior to the date of application for:
- driving under the influence of alcohol and/or other drugs, pursuant to IVC Section 11-501
- leaving the scene of an accident involving death or personal injuries, pursuant to IVC Section 11-401
- reckless homicide, pursuant to Section 9-3 of the Criminal Code of 2012 [720 ILCS 5];
- reckless driving, pursuant to IVC Section 11-503
- any sex or drug related offense; or
- a similar provision of a local ordinance or a similar provision of the law of any other state or territory of the United States; or
With more than one of these convictions;
- Any person who has failed to pass the written, vision, or road test required by the Department for applicants for a driver training instructor’s license;
- Any person who is physically unable to safely operate a motor vehicle or to safely instructor train others in the operation of a motor vehicle as determined by a licensed physician pursuant to IVC Section 6-411(d). An application/medical examination form provided by the Secretary of State shall be completed by the applicant and physician. The physician’s medical examination form shall contain the applicant’s ability to safely operate a motor vehicle. The form shall also contain an indication of the person’s eyesight, hearing, mental alertness, reflexes, and whether the person has normal use of his/her limbs and feet. The physician must also provide his/her address and the date and place of the examination.
Any person who fails to supply a complete set of fingerprints to the Department as required pursuant to IVC Section 6-411(b);
Any person who is not of good moral character as required pursuant to IVC Section 6-411(a). In making a determination of good moral character, the Department is not limited to, but may consider the following:
If the person has been convicted of a felony or misdemeanor. The Department shall consider:
i) The relationship of any crime of which the person has been convicted to the ability to operate a driver training school;
ii) The length of time that has elapsed since the owner’s last criminal conviction;
iii) Whether the applicant successfully completed any sentence imposed with the convictions;
iv) Whether the applicant has multiple convictions for felony or misdemeanor offenses.
If the person has been indicted or formally or otherwise charged with a felony or a misdemeanor, the license shall be either denied or cancelled.