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Occupational Classification System Manual

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MOG G—Transportation And Material Moving Occupations
Motor Vehicle Operators
Drive taxicab or other automobile to transport personnel of commercial and industrial establishments. May drive hearse, limousine, or horse-drawn vehicle. May drive limousine or custom-built sedan to pick up and discharge airport passengers arriving or leaving on scheduled flights. May drive passengers on sightseeing tours, or persons traveling to and from various destinations. May drive automobile to escort vehicles carrying wide loads. Also include ambulance drivers and drivers of hired or rented automobiles.

Last modified: October 16, 2001