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CDL

CDL at the DMV



CDL

Obtaining and maintaining a Commercial Driver's License (CDL) is no easy task. It takes time, effort, and a great deal of experience. However, having a CDL, like any other professional license, demonstrates that you have skills that set you apart from other drivers. You can take control of those big, bad machines that are strictly forbidden to the average Joe.

Now, the federal government can decide what qualifies a vehicle and license as 'commercial.' However, when it comes to applying for and testing for a CDL, your home state comes into play. But, let's face it, those handbooks can feel like they're written in a foreign language at times!

Let's not even get started on the stress of the numerous tests required to obtain a CDL, or the countless hours spent practicing behind the wheel in order to ace those chauffeur license test questions. So why should you have to deal with the minutiae of the application process as well?

Well, that's where we swoop in to save the day! We've done the digging for you, so you don't have to flip through a ton of books and forms hunting for the "how," "what," "when," and "where." We've compiled everything you need to know in one spot, listed in the order you need to tackle each step.

Ready to get started on your CDL journey? Click your state below, and let's hit the road!


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To obtain information on how to obtain your CDL at the DMV.

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