I was told under 26,000 GVW, you didn't need CDL, but anything over 26,000 lb you had to have one. Exception for camper trailers and motor homes (and school buses). But if it looked like a commercial truck you'd better have a CDL and follow the rules. Has this changed or was I told wrong?
> Rick wrote: > I was surprised to get that truck as a non CDL renter. Due to > the air brakes I think it is a CDL truck. I let my CDL lapse > years ago when they started requiring medical etc ... I > shouldn’t have. The real measure of "does it require a CDL" is the "C" - commercial. If you
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Folks i know a fair bit about the DOT it'squite complicated, sort of like the FAA (the dot is not happy until you are not happy) to drive my isuzu npr (about 12,000 gross) i have to have a dot number and a dot program i have to have a dot medical (like the faa) every 2 years …. $45 at a