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g. the department shall not issue or renew the driver’s license or restricted driver’s license of any person convicted of a crime involving the operation of a commercial motor vehicle unless the division establishes by clear and convincing evidence that such person has not been convicted of a subsequent crime involving the operation of a commercial motor vehicle.
g. if a person is unable to comply with the provisions of 46.2-415.1, the secretary shall issue a temporary operating permit to the person until, on notice and hearing, the person is otherwise authorized to operate a motor vehicle by reason of having registered in the commonwealth a motor vehicle during the period in which the person operated a vehicle. the temporary operating permit shall be good for not more than 45 days.
g. 1. in lieu of registration of a vehicle, a person who is a member of the national guard, u.s. coast guard, or u. armed forces but who has not obtained a certificate of registration pursuant to subsection b of this section may at the discretion of the commissioner and whenever practicable, use either a temporary operating permit or a temporary registration certificate but not both. such person shall be eligible to display a decal or plates by the time he obtains the certificate of registration. application for a certificate of registration or a temporary registration certificate must be made, however, by a person who is a resident of virginia.
h. except as otherwise provided by law, every person applying for the registration of any motor vehicle shall, before such vehicle may be registered, execute and sign a form approved by the department. such form shall be a blank form containing a statement that the person so applying is the owner of the vehicle or is the registered agent or attorney-in-fact of the owner and that such vehicle shall be registered in the name of the person executing the form and that such person will be liable for any and all violations of the provisions of this title or of law relating to the use of motor vehicles; provided, however, that, in the event the owner of the vehicle is a corporation or partnership, any member of the board of directors, the managing partner or other such person shall execute such form. such form shall contain such additional information and requirements as may be prescribed by the commissioner. any such form not so executed shall be void, and it shall not be necessary that the vehicle be registered in the person’s name. the commissioner shall, from time to time, review the forms so executed and approve those forms as to form and content, to the extent practical and feasible. any person who fails to comply with the provisions of this section shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. if any such form is not so approved, the department may return the same to the applicant with appropriate instructions on how the application can be redone. any person who is required by the provisions of this section to register a vehicle in his name shall be liable to the owner of such vehicle for any and all violations of the provisions of this title or of law relating to the use of motor vehicles in such vehicle and shall also be liable to the department for such other monetary penalty as may be prescribed by law. such a person shall be further liable to a civil action for reasonable attorney fees and costs if the violation has been adjudicated to be a violation of 18.2-248.3 or 18.2-395 or, if the vehicle has been found to be stolen, or if the vehicle has been found to be an uninsured motor vehicle.
g. in addition to the penalties provided for violation of the provisions of this section, for failure to comply with the duty to reregister upon changes in employment or residence, for failure to submit the written certification required of convicted sex offenders pursuant to subdivision a-3 of this section, or for failure to maintain the registration required pursuant to chapter 9 ( 9.1-900 et seq.) of title 9.1 upon any changes in employment, residence, or address, the commissioner shall suspend the driver’s license or driving privilege for a period of two years from the date the person became subject to the duty to register pursuant to section 18.2-270.1 or the anniversary date of the person’s conviction, whichever is earlier, and until the registration is verified and the registration number reported in the database of the criminal information network. the commissioner shall, upon receiving such notification from the department of motor vehicles or the division of motor vehicles, notify the department of the location of the person’s residence and any address or other location the person has specified to the department. any person who fails to report as required by the department in the notification of any change in residence or employment shall be guilty of a class 1 misdemeanor and shall be fined not more than five hundred dollars for a first offense and not less than one hundred dollars for each subsequent offense or imprisonment not exceeding one year, or both. the suspension of the person’s license shall be effective upon receipt of the notification from the department or upon the date the person failed to report as required.