Special Licenses in Delaware
School bus drivers must have a CDL, along with a S endorsement and either a P, Q, or R endorsement.
Drivers are not eligible to become a school bus driver if their license has been revoked or suspended within the past five years. Also, drivers can't have accumulated more than five points on their license within the past three years.
Drivers have to undergo extensive testing and training, and also pass a criminal background check.
For more information, contact your local school district transportation supervisor. Or, call the Delaware school district transportation office at (302) 739-4696.
Shuttle buses not only come in a variety of styles and sizes, but are used in many different ways. You may need to obtain a a CDL, along with a passenger or other endorsements. Check with your potential employer to find out what is needed for the particular situation.
Prospective taxi drivers must have a current driver's license. Then they can obtain a taxi endorsement.
Taxi drivers must be at least 18 years old, and not have had their license revoked within the past five years. They must also produce a certified copy of a background check showing no serious criminal offenses.
Applicants must also pass a defensive driving course.
Those interested in becoming a chauffeur should obtain a CDL, and a passenger endorsement.
You don't need a special license to operate an off-road or all-terrain vehicle.
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