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Types of vehicles that require a CDL

You must have a commercial driver license (CDL) to drive any of the following vehicles:

  • All single vehicles with a manufacturer’s weight rating of 26,001 pounds or more.
  • All trailers with a manufacturer’s weight rating of 10,001 pounds or more, and a combined vehicles’ gross weight rating of 26,001 pounds or more.
  • All vehicles designed to transport 16 or more persons (including the driver). This includes private and church buses.
  • All school buses, regardless of size.
  • All vehicles used to transport any material that requires hazardous material placarding or any quantity of a material listed as a select agent or toxin in 42 CFR 73 (ELECTRONIC CODE OF FEDERAL REGULATIONS.)

Infrequent drivers

Infrequent drivers, such as Deisel Mechanics or Semi Truck Salespersons who will need to test drive a commercial vehicle in the above described list on a public roadway or interstate, also need a CDL and any required endorsements.

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The Commercial Vehicles are generally divided into 3 classes – Class A, Class B, and Class C. The drawing below will let you know if you will need a cdl, and what specific class of commercial driver license you need. A higher-class CDL allows you to drive vehicles in any of the lower classes if you have the correct endorsements.


Diagram that shows who needs a CDL and which specific class is needed.

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The Commercial Motor Vehicle Safety Act of 1986 was signed into law on October 27, 1986. The primary intent of the Act was to improve highway safety by ensuring that truck drivers and drivers of tractor trailers and buses are qualified to drive Commercial Motor Vehicles (CMVs), and to remove drivers that are unsafe and unqualified from the highways. The Act continued to give states the right to issue CDLs, but the federal government established minimum requirements that must be met when issuing a CDL.