CDL Training Requirements 2022
Obtaining a CDL (Commercial Driver’s License) has historically been a straightforward process: study the handbook, pass the written test, get the permit, learn the ropes, pass the driving test, and voila, you have your CDL.
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) defines entry-level drivers as those applying for their first Class A or Class B CDL, upgrading from Class B to Class A, or obtaining endorsements like school bus (S), passenger (P), or hazardous materials (H).
Despite this, there’s good news. Eclipse-DOT is committed to offering training and CDL testing at affordable rates, even under the new requirements. So, if you’re interested in getting your CDL and avoiding the hassle of the federal ELDT, reach out to them at email@example.com. They’re certified and registered with the FMCSA, capable of providing training for various CDL classes and endorsements.
If traveling to Durango for CDL training isn’t feasible, Eclipse-DOT has you covered. Their instructors can come to your location to prepare your team for the CDL test. While they can’t administer the test, they can ensure your team is well-prepared.
In conclusion, the CDL landscape is changing, and it’s becoming more time-consuming and expensive to obtain a CDL. However, Eclipse-DOT is ready to assist you in navigating these changes, offering cost-effective training solutions. So, whether you’re an aspiring CDL holder or a business owner looking to support your employees, reach out to Eclipse-DOT for guidance before the new regulations take effect on February 7th, 2022.
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