§ 906.

LIABILITY INSURANCE FOR ROUTINE MEDICAL TRANSPORT VEHICLES

No certificate or permit shall be issued, nor shall such certificate or permit be valid after issuance, nor shall any routine medical transport vehicle be operated unless there is at all times in full force and effect to provide adequate protection against liability for damages which may be or have been imposed for each negligent operation of each such routine medical transport vehicle, its driver or attendant, a liability insurance policy or policies approved by the Director and issued by an insurance company authorized to do business in the State of California. Satisfactory evidence that the liability insurance required by this section is at all times in full force and effect shall be furnished to the Director by each operator required to provide such insurance. Said evidence of insurance shall be in the form of the Standard Insurance Certificate (Accord Form) and shall contain the statement that the exchange or company issuing said Certificates shall provide the Director with 30 days written notice of cancellation, nonrenewal or reductions of limits of liability coverage.

History

(Amended by Ord. 258-86, App. 6/30/86)

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