Latest Driving & DMV Information Sep 2014

Applying for a Louisiana CDL - Class A License

by Joshua on Sep 26, 2014.
Filed under: Louisiana
A commercial driver’s license is required throughout the United States in order to drive any vehicle over a certain size limit. This limit is generally determined by weight, and measured by Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR). Other limits can include things like vehicles that carry more than a certain number of passengers, or ones that are designated for carrying hazardous materials. Different classes of CDLs allow the driver to operate different types of vehicles. These classes are the sam... Read More

Applying for a Illinois CDL - Endorsement H (Hazardous Materials)

by Joshua on Sep 24, 2014.
Filed under: Illinois
If you have a valid driver’s license and want to work for a commercial company driving a vehicle, getting a special license in the state of Illinois is a requirement. This special license is known as a CDL license. It is a bit more difficult to obtain this license than what it is to obtain a regular driver’s license, but every single day there are many people who are obtaining their CDL and working for various companies around the state. When you want to get a special H endorsement to operat... Read More

Applying for a Florida CDL - Class B License

by Joshua on Sep 22, 2014.
Filed under: Florida
In the United States, a different class of license is required in order to drive large or special vehicles. There are a few exceptions, but most vehicles that are over 26,001 pounds in Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) require a commercial driver’s license (CDL) to drive. A Class B license allows you to drive any commercial class vehicle that exceeds this weight, and also allows you to tow a load that is less than 10,000 pounds GVWR. Having a Class A license is only required if you want to ... Read More

Applying for an Ohio CDL - Endorsement P (Passenger)

by Joshua on Sep 18, 2014.
Filed under: Ohio
In the United States, there are multiple types of driver’s licenses that someone can have. Most people have a Class D license, which allows one to operate vehicles that most people typically use. Large or specialty vehicles require other types of licenses. A commercial driver’s license (CDL) is required for a person to operate vehicles above a certain size, or specialty types of vehicles such as hazardous material vehicles or passenger transport vehicles. There are three classes of CDLs thro... Read More

Applying for a New Jersey CDL – Class A License

by Joshua on Sep 16, 2014.
Filed under: New Jersey
If you want a Commercial Driver’s License , or a CDL, you will need to take a few additional steps to get that license compared to what is needed to get a traditional driver’s license. Once you have that license, however, you can use it to earn money driving professionally, to open your own business, and more. A Class A driver’s license enables the driver to operate a vehicle that has a truck and trailer that weigh more than 26,001 pounds and atrailer alone weighs more than 10,000 pounds. You... Read More


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