Frequently Asked Questions

How can I obtain a CDL?

You have to pass written knowledge test as well as a skills test, and undergo a vision test. See our application guide here.

Is there are an age limit regarding CDL?

You have to be at least 18 years old for an Interstate CDL, and 21 years old for an Intrastate CDL.

What do I need to do to get a Hazardous Materials Endorsement?

Requirements for a hazardous materials endorsements include undergoing a background check conducted by the Transportation Security Administration and taking an additional written test.

Are there any special requirements to drive a school bus?

Yes, you have to obtain an S Endorsement, and you can do that if you pass a special written and knowledge test, go through background checks and a sex offender registry check.

How do I prepare for a CDL test?

There are various online practice tests that can prepare you for the CDL test. It is a test that consists of questions very similar to the actual CDL test questions. You can take the test as many times as you like and see which aspect of it you have the most difficulties with and focus on them some more.

What can I learn from a practice test?

The practice test has questions on hazardous materials, air brake questions, tanker questions, and a lot of general knowledge questions.

What types of CDL’s are there?

There is a Class A, a Class B and a Class C commercial driver’s license.

Class A licenses refer to a combination of vehicles with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) of 26,001 pounds or more. A Class B license covers single vehicles with a GVWR of 26,001 pounds or more, and a Class C license refers to a single vehicle or a combination of vehicles that are not covered by either Class A or Class B CDL.