A Commercial Driver’s License is required to drive commercial vehicles such as tractor trailers, semi-trucks, dump trucks, and passenger buses (including school buses). The minimum age to apply for a CDL is typically 21. To become a truck driver, you can apply for a CDL at a local DMV office. Learn more about the three classes of CDLs that determine the kinds of commercial motor vehicles you’re permitted to drive: Class A, Class B, and Class C. There are strict federal guidelines for obtaining a CDL, and each state has its own requirements that need to be also met. You must pass both a written knowledge exam and a driving skills test, which are designed by your state.
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