ELECTRICAL LINEWORKER PROGRAM
CLASS A CDL WITH AIR BRAKES ENDORSEMENT REQUIREMENTS The Idaho campus offers on-campus CDL testing using NLC equipment. If you haven’t yet learned how to drive a vehicle with standard transmission (stick-shift), that’s a good place to begin the process. For more detailed information on the steps listed below, please visit cdlidaho.com To obtain a Class A CDL with air brakes endorsement in the state of Idaho, you must • obtain a CDL manual at a DMV or at http://itd.idaho.gov/dmv/driverservices/documents/cdl_manual.pdf; • complete a Self-Certification of Driving Category form; • take the required written tests; • obtain a CDL instruction permit; • take the skills test and obtain a receipt; • DOT medical card recommended, but not required.
COMMERCIAL LEARNER’S PERMIT REQUIREMENTS Though this list contains the necessary steps, further details are available at txdps.state.tx.us/DriverLicense/commerciallicense.htm To obtain a commercial learner’s permit in the state of Texas, you must • apply in person at a driver’s license office; • present appropriate documents to verify your identity; • present documents to verify Texas residency; • present evidence of your Social Security number; • meet the self-certification of medical status requirement by completing the Self-Certification Affidavit; • if applicable, meet the nonresident commercial requirements; • present proof of Texas vehicle registration and liability insurance on all vehicles registered in your name; • complete the Supplement Application Texas Commercial Driver License Certifications and Record of CDL Examination (CDL-1); • consent to be photographed, fingerprinted, and provide a signature; • pass a vision test; • pass the knowledge and skills tests for the appropriate driver’s license, including endorsements; • pay the required fee; • provide a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) for the driving test.