Class C CDL Test

Shift gears to a new career in the field of commercial driving by achieving your Class C CDL. You’ve learned quite a bit during the time you’ve had your commercial learner’s permit, but you’re ready to take and pass the Class C CDL test. With a Class C CDL, you can operate commercial vehicles that aren’t in Class A or B. Examples of Class C vehicles include passenger vans, hazardous materials vehicle and other motor vehicles not classified under Class A or B.

The skills test – which itself consists of three parts: pre-trip inspection, basic maneuverability and road test – involves the vehicle and practical application of techniques you learned while holding your permit.

Depending on the vehicle you’ll be driving, you will also be tested to earn the necessary endorsements at the time of your CDL test. Endorsements require passing additional testing components, such as one for carrying passengers. Different endorsements require different degrees of testing,

To qualify for a Class C CDL, you need to be at least 18 years of age, 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.

Failing any part of the skills test, on the other hand, means you will have to wait at least one week to retest.

The Tri-State CDL Test Center is located on the grounds of Ohio Business College’s Truck Driving Academy located in Dayton, Ohio. The academy features a staff of who are tested annually to ensure they are current on the latest CDL rules and regulations.

Having obtained your Class C CDL, you are eligible to ignite a rewarding career as a professional driver on America’s roadways. Schedule your test at the Tri-State CDL Test Center today or call us at 937-529-7506 for more information.