Class A CDL Test
Take your driving career to the next level with a Class A Commercial Driver’s License. With a Class A CDL, you’ll be qualified to drive vehicles with a trailer featuring two or more axles. The combined gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of Class A vehicles must be more than 26,001 pounds. The only limitation is that the vehicle being towed must have a GVWR of more than 10,000 pounds. Such vehicles include tractor-trailers; truck and vehicle combinations such as double and triple trailers; tanker carriers and those transporting livestock. In short, drivers with Class A CDLs are hauling the big stuff.
The Class A CDL Test consists of a skills test. The skills test, is done behind the wheel and allows you to showcase that you are ready to take on the duties associated with operating a Class A vehicle. There are three parts to the skills test: pre-trip inspection, basic maneuverability and road test.
To qualify for a Class A CDL, you must be at least 18 years old, pass a physical examination and a vision test. On your exam day, be sure to bring a valid form of ID, your Social Security card and documentation that you passed the vision and medical tests.
The Tri-State CDL Test Center is located on the grounds of Ohio Business College’s Truck Driving Academy. The Test Center features a staff of who are tested annually to ensure they are current on the latest CDL rules and regulations. Located in Dayton, Ohio, the center is the premier location to take and pass Class A CDL examinations.
With a Class A CDL under your belt, you can conquer the open expanses of the American road in a big rig of your own. Get started today by scheduling your test at the Tri-State CDL Test Center or call us at 937-529-7506 for more information.