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Old 10-11-2012, 09:55 PM
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I have same truck but white and maual with parking brake. Just got inspected. I have or you need class D chauffuers lic. in iowa. I can get CDL but I dont need air brake endorsment. That is what I was just told here today and I am looking through the book right now.????? Good luck with the sell
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Old 10-12-2012, 10:54 AM
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Ah good questions ... in state of Maryland - if your truck is regular brakes then you can drive it without having CDL. If the truck have air brakes then you need CDL in order to drive them.
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Old 10-12-2012, 11:10 AM
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Ah good questions ... in state of Maryland - if your truck is regular brakes then you can drive it without having CDL. If the truck have air brakes then you need CDL in order to drive them.
No state in this country require a CDl for air brakes alone.

Is it under CDL otherwise?
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Old 10-12-2012, 11:17 AM
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@ Duffster ... I think you are right about CDL regards air brakes or not - I think its not require as long its under 26000 GVW so yeah. The truck is rated at 23,500 +/- so yep its non CDL.
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Old 10-12-2012, 11:18 AM
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What does regular brake - non CDL mean?
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It means (at least in MI) you can drive with out a airbrake endorsement, (empty with a chauffeurs. loaded you'll need atleast a B)

But to be honest if you are asking this question, its way to much truck for you to handle, ATLEAST legally
You're joking, right?

I mean, really, you are kidding, aren't you?

Because nothing of what you stated is true or accurate.

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LOL I don't think you should be talking then.

A.) Type of brakes makes no difference in the tyoe of DL needed.

B.) There is no such thing as air brake endorsement.

C.) Loaded or not doesn't change the class of DL needed.
Here we go again.

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Ah good questions ... in state of Maryland - if your truck is regular brakes then you can drive it without having CDL. If the truck have air brakes then you need CDL in order to drive them.
Go look on the driver's door jamb. What is the GVWR of this truck?
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Old 10-12-2012, 11:30 AM
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Old 10-12-2012, 11:42 AM
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You should talk.
I was or am or whatever.
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Old 10-12-2012, 01:30 PM
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ok so tell me where im wrong, first your the weight of the truck and trailer (or load) is what deciphers if you need a CDL and what class, you also need a endorsement for air.. UNLESS its under 26K GV.. thats what I meant, perhaps it didnt appear that way?

According to the Federal Motor Carrier and Safety Administration, you DO NOT need a CDL with air brake endorsement to drive a vehicle that is under 26,000 GVWR that has air brakes. The reasoning behind this is that since a CDL is not required to drive the vehicle, there is no way to require the "air brake" endorsement under the CDL guidelines.
Also note that your Class C license does not contain an "L" restriction.

If any one was offended, I do apologize. Now hopefully this guy sells this truck!
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Old 10-12-2012, 01:47 PM
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ok so tell me where im wrong, first your the weight of the truck and trailer (or load) is what deciphers if you need a CDL and what class, you also need a endorsement for air.. UNLESS its under 26K GV.. thats what I meant, perhaps it didnt appear that way?

According to the Federal Motor Carrier and Safety Administration, you DO NOT need a CDL with air brake endorsement to drive a vehicle that is under 26,000 GVWR that has air brakes. The reasoning behind this is that since a CDL is not required to drive the vehicle, there is no way to require the "air brake" endorsement under the CDL guidelines.
Also note that your Class C license does not contain an "L" restriction.

If any one was offended, I do apologize. Now hopefully this guy sells this truck!
That almost makes sense.

All you need to do is change your terminology. There is no such thing as an air brake endorsement.
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Old 10-12-2012, 01:48 PM
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ok so tell me where im wrong, first your the weight of the truck and trailer (or load) is what deciphers if you need a CDL and what class, you also need a endorsement for air.. UNLESS its under 26K GV.. thats what I meant, perhaps it didnt appear that way?

According to the Federal Motor Carrier and Safety Administration, you DO NOT need a CDL with air brake endorsement to drive a vehicle that is under 26,000 GVWR that has air brakes. The reasoning behind this is that since a CDL is not required to drive the vehicle, there is no way to require the "air brake" endorsement under the CDL guidelines.
Also note that your Class C license does not contain an "L" restriction.

If any one was offended, I do apologize. Now hopefully this guy sells this truck!
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