Commercial driver license - part 1

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  • 1. Commercial Driver License Study Group 2012
  • 2.     Single vehicle 26,001 or more GVWR Combination vehicle 26,001 or more GVWR if trailer is 10,001 or more GVWR 16 or more passengers Hazardous material
  • 3.  This manual and the CDL Study Group are not a substitute for a truck driver training class or program. Formal training is the most reliable way to learn skills required for safely driving a large commercial vehicle and becoming a professional driver in the trucking industry. Formal training includes a training certificate.
  • 4.    Written – page 1.2 Skills test – Cody rodeo grounds and downtown Cody Figure 1.2
  • 5.       Alcohol – severe penalties Serious traffic violations Out-of-service Railroad crossings Hazardous materials background check Personal vehicle violations
  • 6.         Only one license Notification of employer & agency Jobs records back 10 years Penalty for driving without CDL Surrender of Hazardous Materials endorsement Employer responsibilities States cooperate on records Seat belt
  • 7.  Motorists endanger themselves  in work zones  20% of highways under  construction    85% of deaths in work zones are drivers 40,000 injured annually in work zone crashes 25% of fatalities involve large trucks
  • 8.  International Registration Plan  48 contiguous states & 10 Canadian provinces  Vehicle may be registered under IRP  Motor carrier licensed under International Fuel Tax Agreement
  • 9.  To allow a motor carrier to license in a base jurisdiction for the reporting and payment of motor fuel use taxes  Driver records number of miles traveled and number of gallons consumed in member jurisdictions.  Quarterly reports and tax collection
  • 10.  Driver trip report  Required data  For each trip  Subject to audit  Training video at http://www.iftach.org/index.php