The Driver Rehabilitation
Program must include but is not limited to:
(1) A personal appearance by the violator at a
Driver Rehabilitation Session. The violator must be notified in writing of the
time and place of the appearance at least 20 days prior to it.
(2) The violator must be informed of his record
and accumulated points, and of the consequences of further violations.
(3) The Rehabilitation Officer may refer the
violator to programs the officer determines are necessary to induce proper
driving attitudes, habits, and techniques. Examples of referrals are classroom
instruction in rules of the road, driving techniques, defensive driving, or
driver attitudes and habits; on-the-road training; alcohol counseling or
treatment; mental evaluation or treatment; physical evaluation or treatment; and
visual examination or treatment.