What can I do with a CDL?

Determining if driving a truck is your dream job isn’t easy. There is no on-the-job training and unfortunately, you aren’t born with the know-how to be a professional truck driver. You have to get some training to become a truck driver.

There are some qualities that many drivers in long-haul trucking share, though. First of all, they share a sense of adventure. They love to go through new places and see the sights. They don’t mind waking up in a different place every day, and they don’t mind being away from home for days or even weeks at a time. Most professionals begin their career in over-the-road trucking.

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    Delivery Drivers

    Many of the trucks used to deliver goods require a CDL or at least a Class B license, including food and beverage distribution.

    Fire and rescue

    Fire truck engineers are required to have a CDL or Class B (varies) to drive fire trucks.

    Agriculture hauling

    A CDL or Class B license is required to drive most agricultural trucks aside from standard pickup trucks.

    Construction machinery operation

    Heavy trucks involved in construction require special licensing.

    Waste removal

    Whether it’s driving the waste removal route in a truck or hauling the material, it probably calls for a special license


    Tow trucks require special licensing

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