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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by Oakleaf landscape, Sep 16, 2012.
Fixed it for you.
I think if you are over 10,000 and pull a trailer you do but a box truck it is 26K. Kind of confusing but driving what we call a city truck is no big deal in Texas.
Any GCWR of over 26k with the trailer being more than 10k pounds. Or a drive unit over 26k pounds requires a CDL, this is federal and not state to state. Not sure about air brakes though? I have my endorsement but I'm not sure about trucks under 26k needing the endorsement.
No you don't.
would you like to see my license?
Please tell us what letter represents this none existant air brake nedorsement on your license.
You must have a class A with all endorsements considering your EXTENSIVE knowledge on the subject.... Oh wait, you never really answered any questions on the subject did you. Only gave some pseudo sarcastic quip about how ignorant other people are. You might be a big hit on the comic circut, but I don't understand how your post translates to actual knowledge on the subject? It only says CDL operator on my license as it does with all Maine licenses.
Oh boy, here we go again.
I'm questioning him, because he is wrong.
Air brakes make no difference under 26K.
I think you're wrong. Unless you're over 26K. With the truck and trailer.
There is no such thing as an air brake endorsement.
Haven't we been through this before? Ad nauseum?
I would, because I can guarantee you don't have an air brake endorsement.
ODPS Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles Commercial Driver License (CDL)
Who Needs a CDL?
For Ref. Heres the link: http://bmv.ohio.gov/cdl.stm#tog
Ohio Revised Code, Section 4506.01 (D)
The classes of CDL and the commercial motor vehicles that they authorize the operation of are as follows: [ - ]
Any combination of vehicles with a combined gross vehicle weight rating of 26,001 pounds or more, provided the gross vehicle weight rating of the vehicle or vehicles being towed is in excess of 10,000 pounds;
Any single vehicle with a gross vehicle weight rating of 26,001 pounds or more, or any such vehicle towing a vehicle having a gross vehicle weight rating that is not in excess of 10,000 pounds;
Any single vehicle or combination of vehicles that is not a class A or class B vehicle, but that either is designed to transport 16 or more passengers including the driver;
Any school bus with a gross vehicle weight rating of less than 26,001 pounds that is designed to transport fewer than 16 passengers including the driver;
Is transporting hazardous materials for which placarding is required under subpart F of 49 C.F.R. part 172;
Any single vehicle or combination of vehicles that is designed to be operated and to travel on a public street or highway and is considered by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration to be a commercial motor vehicle, including, but not limited to, a motorized crane, a vehicle whose function is to pump cement, a rig for drilling wells, and a portable crane.