A Class D License is a regular driver license and is required to operate a passenger vehicle.
N Tank Endorsement, A CLP holder with an "N" endorsement may only operate an empty tank vehicle, and is prohibited from operating any tank vehicle that previously contained hazardous materials that have not been purged of any residue.
Restrictions Description L If the driver does not pass the Air Brakes Knowledge Test, does not correctly identify the air brake system components, does not properly conduct an air brake systems check, or does not take the Skills test in a vehicle with a full air brake system, the driver must have an "L" no full air brake restriction placed on their license.
Z If the driver takes the test in a vehicle with an air over hydraulic brake system, then they will have a "Z" no full air brake restriction placed on their license. In either case the driver is not authorized to operate a CMV equipped with full air brakes.
E If the driver takes the Skills Test in a vehicle that has an automatic transmission, then an "E" no manual transmission restriction is placed on their license. O If the driver takes the Skills Test in a Class A vehicle that has a pintle hook or other non-fifth wheel connection, they will have an "O" restriction placed on their license restricting them from driving any Class A vehicle with a fifth wheel connection.
M If a driver possesses a Class A CDL, but obtains his or her passenger or school bus endorsement in a Class B vehicle the State must place an "M" restriction indicating that the driver can only operate Class B and C passenger vehicle or school buses.
N If a driver possesses a Class B CDL, but obtains his or her passenger or school bus endorsement in a Class C vehicle; the State must place an "N" restriction indicating that the driver can only operate Class C passenger vehicle or school buses. States may have a more restrictive category for a class of license, or have additional codes for endorsements or restrictions on CDLs that are not mentioned in the Federal regulations, as long as these items are fully explained on the license document.
Tuesday, June 6, Contact us.Types of non-commercial licenses are driver’s licenses, driver’s licenses with a Class M motorcycle, and a motorcycle-only license. Types of commercial licenses are: Class A: Any combination of vehicles with a Gross Combination Weight Rating (GCWR) of 26, lbs.
or more if the vehicle(s) being towed has a GVWR of more than 10, lbs. License Types & Restrictions. In Pennsylvania, driver's licenses are issued specifically for the class and type of vehicle you operate.
Therefore, the class of driver's license you should have depends specifically upon the type of vehicle you operate. 52 rows · Intermediate drivers cannot drive more than a single passenger of any age (family excluded) or drive between 11 p.m.
and 5 a.m. unless there is a licensed driver present or until the driver is 18 years of age and has a GDL (Graduated Driver's License).
In some states this does not include some types of mopeds, scooters, or motorized bicycles, The minimum age to obtain a restricted driver's license in the United States varies from 14 years, no driving between 1 a.m.
and 5 a.m. unless with a licensed driver age 25 or older. After two violations of the restrictions, the driver's license.
Types of Driver Licenses You must have a licensed driver age 21 or older in the front seat. You may not drive between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. Passengers years of age must wear a seatbelt. Click for more information.
Teen/Graduated Driver License (GDL) - Intermediate Restricted License. This type of license applies for the same classes of vehicles that a Class D driver can drive. In addition, for-hire vehicles with the capacity of carrying a maximum of 14 passengers can be driven by those with this type of license.