Renewing Your CDLDMV.org is a comprehensive online resource that collects the information on the CDL renewal process for each state, including the procedures for keeping a hazardous materials (hazmat) endorsement current.
A commercial driver's license (CDL) is valid only so many years. Although each state sets it own lifespan on the license, it is going to expire in a regular cycle.
This allows each state to periodically reevaluate your standing as the holder of a CDL, much like the licensing boards for other professionals including doctors, attorneys, and architects.
DMV.org keeps you up to date with any changes in legislation that might affect your standing, or require you to take on more training.
Here on our pages, you will also find the inside scoop on where to go, what documents to bring, and how much it will cost to renew your commercial driver's license.
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