A CDL, or commercial driver's license, is issued to ensure truck drivers are qualified to safely operate commercial motor vehicles. Class B refers to a class of vehicles within the CDL that has a gross vehicle weight ove... More »

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To receive a Class B Commercial Driver License, a driver must first complete a CDL training program and pass an examination. The applicant must have a valid driver’s license, and in some states a Class B CDL learner’s pe... More »

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A Class B driver's license is a type of commercial driver's license that allows the driver to operate a large truck under certain conditions. The license restricts the size of the trailer that the truck is allowed to car... More »

Commercial driver's license, or CDL, training is a program for drivers who want to apply for a CDL. The training covers topics such as map reading, advanced truck driving techniques and emergency responses to unforeseen ... More »

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The requirements to obtain a CDL, or commercial driver's license, vary by state. Regardless, all states require the driver to complete a training program, pass a written exam and take a hands-on driving test. More »

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To obtain a CDL permit, the applicant must be at least 18 years of age, hold a valid driver's license and pass the knowledge tests for the type vehicle to be driven. The permit is valid for six months. More »

A CDL license, also known as a commercial driver's license, is required to drive large trucks and various other types of commercial vehicles legally. There are several different types of CDLs and several different classe... More »

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