Latest Driving & DMV Information Jul 2014

Applying for an Ohio CDL - Class A License

by Joshua on Jul 30, 2014.
Filed under: Ohio
Do I Need One? You will need to apply for a Class A Commercial Driver’s License if you plan to drive any combination of vehicles with a combined gross weight of 26,001 lbs. or more, and the vehicles being towed have a gross vehicle weight rating of 10,000 lbs. or more. Getting Started To obtain your Ohio Class A Commercial Driver’s License, you must first apply for your Commercial Driver’s Instruction Permit (CDIP).You’ll have to be at least 18 years of age (be aware that some employers have... Read More

Applying for a Louisiana CDL – Endorsement P (Passenger) Liscense

by Joshua on Jul 25, 2014.
Filed under: Louisiana Commercial Driver's Licence
Is a Commercial Driver’s License Right for You? Even though the state of the U.S. economy is somewhat dismal, there are areas that are still teeming with potential. One of these booming industries is the industry of transportation. No matter the state of the economic climate, businesses in all parts of the U.S. need to move their goods throughout the country and are willing to pay substantial amounts to do so. This license will give you the opportunity to travel while making a good living. A... Read More

Ohio CDL - Class C License w/ Passenger

by Joshua on Jul 23, 2014.
Filed under: Ohio Commercial Driver's Licence
Commercial vehicle drivers are always in high demand because goods always need to be transported from one area of the country to another. Therefore having a commercial driver’s license can be an exciting asset to possess in today’s economy, as the commercial trucking industry still has many jobs to fill. Not only is acquiring a CDL a low-cost investment, it has a high potential for job security and a competitive salary regardless of the economic climate. If earning your class C CDL license... Read More

Applying for a Kansas CDL - Class A License

by Joshua on Jul 20, 2014.
Filed under: Kansas Commercial Driver's Licence
The class for each CDL, A, B or C depends on the weight limit of the vehicle. In order for a person to get a CDL, they must take and pass the General Knowledge Test , which is required for all CDLs and additional tests or endorsements required for that license class. Driver’s Licenses by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration There are separate classes of commercial driver’s licenses given by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. All states issue licenses in these categori... Read More

Applying for a Maryland CDL - Class C License with Hazardous Materials

by Joshua on Jul 18, 2014.
Filed under: Maryland Commercial Driver's Licence
All those people seeking to get a Class C CDL are required to complete a few steps before they can drive. Just like all CDL license types , you will have to take and pass a General Knowledge exam and then you will be required to take and pass the hazardous materials examination in majority of the states. A class C CDL generally allows operation of heavy vehicles that manage between 16,000 and 25,999 lbs of material. Then you will take a road test where the driver will be required to take the ... Read More


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