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Class A CDL Truck Driver Training ProgramSee Details
This Class A CDL is the most advanced CDL you can obtain. ThatÕs because it allows you to drive everything up to a truck capable of towing a trailer with a GVWR (gross vehicle weight rating) of 10,000 pounds and over. The standard 18 wheeler requires a Class A commercial drivers license.Œ
Note that a Class A CDL allows you to drive everything up to a full-sized semi-truck. That means youÕre cleared to drive every vehicle that Class B and C drivers can operate. We recommend that new drivers go for the Class A license even if theyÕre not interested in long-haul trucking with a full-sized truck. A Class A CDL is required to drive over state lines with that large cargo.View on provider's website
Class B CDL Truck Driver Training ProgramSee Details
This Class B CDL allows you to drive a vehicle which can carry less than 10,000 pounds GVWR and has a single-axle trailer. This means Class B drivers can drive all kinds of busses, box trucks, deliver trucks, dump trucks, tilt beds, tour busses, passenger vans, and more!
We would also like to mention that the Class B CDL is restricted to the state in which it was issued, this means that you canÕt drive between states to work long-haul jobs. On the other hand, itÕs perfect for professionals who are seeking regional driving careers.View on provider's website
Class C CDL Truck Driver Training ProgramSee Details
The Class C CDL permits you to drive vehicles with GVWRs of less than 26,001 pounds, vehicles towing other vehicles that weigh less than 10,000 pounds, and vehicles that transport 16 or more passengers, including the driver.
The Class C CDL allows you to drive tank trucks, small trucks towing a trailer, passenger vans, and hazmat vehicles, provided you obtain the proper training and endorsements to do so. Class C CDLs are the least versatile commercial driving licenses you can receive. ThatÕs why they may be more prevalent among people who have a particular need for a CDL, such as a job requirement that does not focus on driving.View on provider's website
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3700 St. Johns Pkwy.
Sanford, FL 32771