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Pilot/Escort Requirements, Training and Certifications

UTAH ADMINISTRATIVE RULE R909-2-28

This section will provide necessary information for obtaining certification as a Utah Pilot/Escort with all vehicle requirements to meet the regulations for Pilot/Escort Vehicles.

OPERATING CONDITIONS REQUIRING PILOT/ESCORT VEHICLES

Utah Administrative Rule R909-2-18

CONVOY ALLOWANCES FOR PERMITTED VEHICLES

Utah Adminstrative Rule R909-2-21

Approval may granted by the Motor Carrier Division on a case-by-case basis for exceptions to this rule. For further information please contact Customer Service at: (801) 965-4892 or (866) 215-5399.

PRE-TRIP PLANNING AND COORDINATION REQUIREMENTS

Utah Administrative Rule R909-2-18

PILOT/ESCORT VEHICLE STANDARDS

Utah Administrative Rule R909-2-28(4)

Pilot/Escort Vehicle Equipment Requirements (117 KB PDF File)

PILOT/ESCORT VEHICLE SIGNING REQUIREMENTS

Utah Administrative Rule R909-2-28(5)

PILOT/ESCORT VEHICLE LIGHTING REQUIREMENTS

Utah Administrative Rule R909-228(6)

PILOT/ESCORT VEHICLE EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS

Utah Administrative Rule R909-2-28(7)

Pilot/Escort Vehicle Equipment Requirements (117 KB PDF File)

POLICE ESCORT VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND SAFETY REQUIREMENTS

Utah Administrative Rule R909-2-28(8)

INSURANCE

Utah Administrative Rule R909-2-28(9)

FLAGGING REQUIREMENTS

Utah Administrative Rule R909-2-28(12)

PILOT/ESCORT TRAINING AND CERTIFICATIONS

Utah Administrative Rule R909-2-29

PILOT/ESCORT DRIVER REQUIREMENTS

Utah Administrative Rule R909-2-29(1)

DRIVER CERTIFICATION PROCESS

Utah Administrative Rule R909-2-29(2)

SUSPENSIONS AND REVOCATIONS OF PILOT/ESCORT DRIVER CERTIFICATION

Utah Administrative Rule R909-2-29(3)

APPEAL PROCESS

When a driver is denied pilot/escort-driving privileges for reasons other than the conditions set forth in this chapter under Suspensions and Revocations of Pilot/Escort Driver Certification, the individual may file an appeal. The appeals shall be handled by a steering committee created by the Division. The steering committee shall have the powers granted to the Deputy Director in Utah Administrative Rule R907-1-3 for appeals from other Motor Carrier Division administrative actions. This committee’s decision, if adopted by the Director of the Motor Carrier Division, will be considered a final agency order under the Utah Administrative Act.