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Discussion in 'Trucks and Trailers' started by spudman 2, Dec 8, 2010.
You just contradicted yourself.
What letter represents this "air brake endorsement"?
It is the same EVERYWHERE.
Do yourself a favor and look it up. Come back and tell us what letter represents this "air brake endorsement".
The one for Tn is "P" for non air brakes.
Code L: Vehicle without air brakes That is from the DMV site.
"P" is for PASSENGER.
Notice air brake isn't on there.
So it is not an endorsement is it?
Doesn't matter it is still marked.
Anybody else find it odd that the ones that know the least about a subject are the quickest to offer "advice".
J You may only operate a school/activity bus. You may not operate any other type of commercial motor vehicle.
K You may not operate a vehicle with air brakes. If you plan to operate a vehicle with air brakes, you must take the air brakes knowledge test. You also must take the road test in a vehicle equipped with air brakes.
L You may not operate a commercial motor vehicle outside of Virginia.
M Operation of a passenger bus restricted to a Class B passenger vehicle.
N Operation of a passenger bus restricted to a Class C passenger vehicle.
Y You must wear corrective lenses when operating a commercial motor vehicle.
We all only know so much. He should contact the DMV for the information. The Air brake/non air brake does exist code or endorsement it's still there so I have made my point..