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Commercial License & Permit Fees

Type

Term

Fee

CDL License Class A, B

8 years

$32

CDL Learner’s Permit AP, BP

6 months (180 days)

$10

CDL Application

$35

CDL Road Skills Test

$50

CDL Endorsements

“Term of License w/o Hazmat”

$5 each

Commercial Classes

Class

Purpose

Class A

Truck trailer or tractor-semi trailer combination in which the combination weight exceeds 26,001 pounds and the unit being towed exceeds 10,000 pounds. Class A driver may operate vehicles in Class B and C with required endorsements. Applicants must possess a Class C driver’s license before obtaining a Class A and be at least 18 years of age.

A single driver’s license, with a combination of classifications, will be issued to qualified persons who wish to drive various types of vehicles.

Class AP

Class A Commercial Learner’s Permit

Class B

Single vehicles weighing 26,001 or more pounds and the unit being towed is less than 10,000 pounds. A class B driver may operate motor vehicles included within Class C.

Applicants must possess a Class C driver’s license prior to obtaining a Class B driver’s license and be at least 18 years of age.

Class BP

Class B Commercial Learner’s Permit

Class C

Class ‘C’ Commercial Driver’s Licenses are issued only if the vehicle is designed to transport sixteen or more passengers (including the driver), or utilized to transport hazardous materials in quantities that require placarding.

Restriction Codes – Commercial Classifications

E

No Manual Transmission Equipped CMV

K

Intrastate Commerce Only

L

Without Air-Brakes

M

No Class A Passenger Buses

N

No Class A or B Passenger Buses

O

No Tractor Trailer CMV

P

No Passengers in CMV bus

V

Medical Variance

X

No Cargo in CMV Tank Vehicle

Y

Hearing Aid Required

Z

No Full Air Brake

Commercial Class Endorsements

C

For-Hire

P

Passenger Vehicles (sixteen or more, including driver)

T

Double/Triple-Trailers

X

Tanker and Hazardous (not qualified for Permits)

H

Hazardous Materials Haulers (not qualified for Permits)

S

School Bus

N

Tank Vehicles

FMCSA CERTIFICATIONS (INITIAL BESIDE APPLICABLE STATEMENTS)

See Self-Certification Guidelines

Self-Certification
Categories
(Initial One)

A, B – Medical
Certificate needed.

A. Non-Excepted Interstate – I certify that I will operate or expect to operate in interstate or foreign commerce, that I am subject to and meet the FMCSA driver qualification requirements under 49 CFR part 391, and I am required to obtain a medical examiner’s certificate. I also certify that I do not have an impairment of an arm, foot, or leg that interferes with the normal tasks associated with the operation of a CMV. (Medical Certificate needed)
B. Non-Excepted Intrastate – I certify that I will operate entirely in intra state commerce only and that I meet the FMCSA driver qualification requirements as defined in 49 CFR 391. I also certify that I do not have an impairment of an arm, foot, or leg that interferes with the normal tasks associated with the operation of a CMV.(Medical Certificate needed)

C, D – Medical Certificate NOT needed.

C. Excepted Interstate – I certify that I will operate or expect to operate in interstate commerce, but engage exclusively in transportation or operations excepted under 49 CFR §§390.3(f), 391.2, 391.68 or 398.3 from all or parts of the qualification requirements of 49 CFR part 391, and I am therefore not required to obtain a medical examiner’s certificate. (Medical Certificate not needed)
D. Excepted Intrastate – I certify that I will operate in city, county, state, or federal vehicle only, and I am exempt from the FMCSA driver qualification requirements of 49 CFR 390.3(f). (Medical Certificate not needed)

Sample – Self-certification requirements (driver would initial A, B, C or D)