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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Many of the trucks used to deliver goods require a CDL or at least a Class B license, including food and beverage distribution.
Fire truck engineers are required to have a CDL or Class B (varies) to drive fire trucks.
A CDL or Class B license is required to drive most agricultural trucks aside from standard pickup trucks.
Heavy trucks involved in construction require special licensing.
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