Commercial Driver EducationA commercial driver's license (CDL) is a key that can open plenty of doors to professional opportunities. The testing involved tends to be strenuous, and includes both written and a three-part skills exams. So, it is important to get the proper education―and that is where DMV.org can help.
Although there are federal guidelines in place for obtaining a CDL, each state has its own set of application procedures and training regulations.
Some states do not even offer preparatory programs―their training is handled exclusively through a third party. At DMV.org we make sure you not only understand the federal procedures necessary, but also help you choose the best course of instruction to suit your needs, and, in some cases, your budget.
The process of getting ready to test for a CDL can be confusing, and the levels of training available can range from all-inclusive schooling to simply reading the CDL manual and doing a few of our practice tests.
It just depends on what you feel will be beneficial to you in your quest to complete the requirements for a CDL. But regardless of your choice, DMV.org will provide you with a comprehensive list of the options out there for each state.Choose a State:
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
- New Mexico
- New York
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
- Rhode Island