Long haul truckers, delivery drivers and bus drivers all need a special type of driver license nicknamed CDL.
There are three classes of CDL. A class "A" is a vehicle that pulls a trailer. The exact definition of a class "A"; any combination of motor vehicles with a gross combination weight rating of 26,001 or pounds or more provided the GVWR of towed vehicle is more than 10,001 pounds. A class "B" is the next class of CDL vehicle. The exact definition of a class "B"; any single vehicle with a GVWR of 26,001 pounds or more. A driver with a CDL B may not tow another vehicle that has a GVWR more than 10,001 pounds. A class "C" is the next class of CDL vehicle. The exact definition of a class "C"; any vehicle with a GVWR less than 26,001 pounds and was designed to transport 16 or more passengers OR transports hazardous materials in placardable quantities. A driver with a CDL C may not tow another vehicle that has a GVWR more than 10,001 pounds.
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This is a sample course from our training library. You're welcome to view the course for personal use. Drivers of member fleets will receive a certificate after completing the online course.Please sign into your account to take an assignment. A certificate will be delivered electronically to your driver qualification file.
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