CDL COURSES TO MEET YOUR ELDT REQUIREMENTS
CURSOS DE CDL PARA CUMPLIR CON SUS REQUISITOS DE ELDT
КУРСЫ CDL, ОТВЕЧАЮЩИЕ ВАШИМ ТРЕБОВАНИЯМ ELDT
Federally required course for anyone who plans to get a Class A Commercial Driver’s License.
Federally required course for anyone who plans to get a Class B Commercial Driver’s License.
Federally required course to upgrade an existing Class B CDL into a Class A CDL License.
Federally required course for individuals who wish to add a Passenger Endorsement (P) to their CDL License.
Federally required course for individuals who wish to add a School Bus Endorsement (S) to their CDL License.
Federally required course for individuals who wish to add a Hazardous Materials Endorsement (H) onto their CDL license.
You are required to complete an Entry-Level Driver Training (ELDT), both theory and behind-the-wheel, if you plan to get a Class A or Class B CDL and/or a Passenger (P), School Bus (S) endorsement on your CDL License. If you are seeking a Hazardous Materials (H) endorsement, you must complete a theory-only course before you can take the knowledge test in your state. The training provider that you use must be listed in the FMCSA’s Training Provider Registry before you can take any State-administered skills or knowledge tests. You will need to check with your State’s DMV or BMV for any other rules and requirements.
No, you must do both theory and behind-the-wheel training before you can take the knowledge and skills tests in your state. You cannot be issued a CDL license until you meet those basic requirements, plus any additional requirements that your state may impose.
You will need to check with your state DMV or BMV to see what their driving hour requirements are since each state sets their own standards beyond the basic requirements established by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration.
You must complete a theory course (online or classroom setting) before you can take a knowledge test. You must complete a laboratory (behind-the-wheel) before you can take a skills test with a state examiner.
Knowledge tests are written exams. To pass the knowledge tests (general and endorsement), applicants must correctly answer at least 80 percent of the questions. The skills test takes place using a vehicle representative of the type of vehicle that the applicant operates or expects to operate with an examiner. To pass the skills test, applicants must successfully perform all the required skills. The skills test must be taken in a vehicle representative of the type of vehicle that the applicant operates or expects to operate. Each state develops their own knowledge and skills tests.
Theory ELDT courses prepare you for the knowledge test, while laboratory (behind-the-wheel) ELDT courses prepare you for the skills test.
No. There is no mandatory order in which the theory, BTW-range, and BTW-public road training must be administered.
It depends on when the CLP was issued. If it was issued before February 7, 2022, you do not need to complete entry-level driver training as long as you obtain your CDL before the CLP expires. If your CLP was obtained after February 7, 2022, you must complete the required entry-level driver training before you can take any of the skills or knowledge tests.
You will need to complete the required entry-level driver training for the endorsements that you are applying for before you can take the S or P skills test or the H knowledge test.
No, behind-the-wheel training must be done with an instructor in a vehicle that is similar to the one you would be driving.
Yes, if you are upgrading after February 7, 2022, then you are required to take the course.
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Before you can get a Class A or Class B CDL, you will need to complete your ELDT Training Requirements. Luckily, you can take care of the THEORY portion of your ELDT requirements completely online! Once you’re done with that, you can find a local CDL School to do your behind-the-wheel requirements.
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