NOTE: You must pass a medical examination and hold a valid Federal Medical Card to drive in intrastate or interstate commerce in accordance with Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations
To drive in intrastate or interstate commerce, you must have passed a medical examination within the past 2 years, in accordance with Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations.
Yes, We are a DOT and FSMCA approved ELDT Provider
What you are allowed to drive depends on two things: the license class and which, if any, endorsements you have. Here's a breakdown:
If the equipment you want to drive is not listed in any of the above categories, then you will need to obtain an endorsement to add to your CDL. Here's a list of endorsement types, equipment, and cargo, along with the letter designation for the endorsement:
If you want to be licensed to drive equipment with air brakes, then you need a separate endorsement for that. You must take an additional knowledge test and the vehicle you supply for your road test must have air brakes in order to get your authorization.
Yes, we do for a rental fee. Go to rates and services
If you rent our truck the cost is $350.00 then it is $50 for each test after. If you bring a truck with a licensed cdl driver, it is $50.00. (Make sure the truck is a licensed as a commercial vehicle)
Yes we accept credit cards or cash payments.
Do you have to pay again if you fail?
Yes, you pay if you PASS or FAIL. Yes its $50 per test you have to take over.
It depends on your points. You could wait two days, one week or two weeks at the maximum. Pre-trip is two days.
Yes, if the vehicle is in the class of commercial vehicle, then you must obtain a CDL before you may drive it on public roads. The same is true for other construction equipment including cement mixers and other large vehicles.
Yes, It is a two day wait
Yes, it is a one week wait
Depending on the score, it is one day, one week, or two weeks