CONTROLLER CDL DESCRIPTION JOB SUMMARY
Most importantly, the CDL driver is responsible for providing material to clients’ workplaces. Additionally, truck drivers must maintain a professional image and be courteous to all customers. At the same time, they may be responsible for receiving charges for deliveries. Besides, they must keep a safe truck, with their documents and tools clean and well organized inside the Semi_truck tractor. They are also responsible for loading and unloading goods and/or construction supplies and forklift operations. In general, truck drivers must have a valid state-issued driver’s license, license, and safe driving record.
WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A CLASS A CDL AND A CLASS B CDL?
Mainly, the Class B CDL is for tow vehicles with a weight rating of less than 10,001 pounds. In contrast, the Class A CDL is used when the trailer being towed has a gross weight of 10,001 pounds or more.
DO I NEED A COMMERCIAL DRIVER’S LICENSE TO OPERATE A TRUCK OF LESS THAN 26,000?
In particular, the government requirement specifies that when a vehicle has a GVWR of 26,000 pounds or less, the operator does not need a commercial driver’s license. In contrast, when a trailer has a GVWR of 10,001 pounds or even more and the combined GCWR of the truck and trailer is 26,001 pounds or even more, you need the CDL from the operator.
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