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A. If the director has reasonable cause to believe that a traffic survival school licensed pursuant to this article has violated or is violating a law of this state or rule adopted by the director, the director may immediately issue and serve on the licensee, by personal delivery or first class mail at the business address of record, a cease and desist order requiring the licensee to immediately cease and desist from further engaging in the business or the prohibited activity, or both.
B. A licensee who receives a cease and desist order may submit a written request for a hearing to the director. The licensee shall submit the request for a hearing within thirty days after the licensee receives the cease and desist order. On failure of a licensee to comply with the order or after a requested hearing, the director may suspend or cancel the licensee's license pursuant to section 28-3416.