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96 STAT. 1742
23 USC 313 note.
44 USC 3301 et seq. Erroneous information.
PUBLIC LAW 97-364—OCT. 25, 1982
(b) The Secretary shall not be responsible for the accuracy of any information relayed to the chief driver licensing official of any participating State, except that the Secretary shall maintain the Register in a manner that ensures against any inadvertent alteration of information during any relay. (c)(1) The Secretary shall, within eighteen months after the date of enactment of this title, promulgate a final rule which provides for procedures for the orderly transition from the system regarding the motor vehicle driving records of individuals provided in Public Law 86-660 (74 Stat. 526) to the Register established under subsection (a) of this section. (2) The Secretary shall not maintain in the Register any report or information which was compiled under the provisions of Public Law 86-660 (74 Stat. 526) and was transferred to the Register after (A) the date the State of record removes it from the State's file; (B) seven years after the date such report or information is entered into the Register; or (C) the date of establishment of a fully electronic Register system, whichever is earlier. Such report or information shall be disposed of in accordance with the provisions of chapter 33 of title 44, United States Code. (3) If the chief driver licensing official of any participating State finds that information which has been transmitted for inclusion in the Register under this section is erroneous or relates to a conviction of a traffic offense which is subsequently reversed, such official shall immediately notify the Secretary of the error. The Secretary shall provide for the immediate deletion from the Register of such material. (d) The Secretary shall assign to the administration of this title such personnel as may be necessary to ensure the effective functioning of the Register system. (e) The Secretary may prescribe such regulations as may be necessary to carry out the provisions of this title. STATE PARTICIPATION
23 USC 401 note.
SEC. 204. (a) Any State may become a participating State under this title by notifying the Secretary of its intention to be bound by the provisions of section 205 of this title. (b) Any participating State may terminate its status as a participating State under this title by notifying the Secretary of its withdrawal from participation in the Register system. (c) Any notification made by a State under subsection (a) or (b) of this section shall be made in such form, and according to such procedures, as the Secretary shall establish by regulation. REPORTS BY CHIEF DRIVER LICENSING OFFICIALS
23 USC 401 note.
SEC. 205. (a) The chief driver licensing official in each participating State shall, as soon as practicable after the date of enactment of this title, transmit to the Secretary a report containing the information required in subsection (b) of this section regarding any individual— (1) who is denied a motor vehicle operator's license by such State for cause; (2) whose motor vehicle operator's license is canceled, revoked, or suspended by such State, for cause; or