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Our System requires all companies to provide contact details to be as transparent as possible. It will be listed in the information for employers.
Please contact our admin at [email protected] to obtain information pertaining to your account.
Unfortunately, you won’t be able to make any edits to your uploaded document once you have submitted your application. However, we can upload a new updated attachment (resume/cover letter as one file) and delete the outdated version, but it’s not guaranteed the hiring team will be able to see the update if the recruitment is already in progress. Or return to the ad you originally applied to and reapply.

What is a Class A CDL

Every commercial vehicle requires different skills and knowledge to operate, but what are the types of CDL licenses available? CDL types are divided into three categories: Class A, Class B, and Class C. These different CDL types are distinguished by the vehicle’s overall weight and the type of cargo your vehicle will carry. A Class A CDL license allows its holder to operate vehicles that have a gross combination weight rating (GVWR) of 26,001 lbs. or more. However, the towing vehicle must weigh more than 10,000 lbs. These vehicles typically include:
  • Tractor-trailers. Also known as semi-trucks, big rigs, or 18-wheelers
  • Truck and trailer combinations
  • Tanker vehicles
  • Flatbeds
  • Livestock carriers
You can also haul a trailer weighing more than 10,000 pounds and drive most Class B or C vehicles, provided you obtain the proper endorsements. Additional CDL endorsements are available that allow you to drive specific vehicles or haul more specific cargo. These can include HAZMAT/tanker combinations, tanker vehicles, and hazardous waste materials, among others. To obtain a Class A CDL license, you’ll need to obtain a CDL permit by passing a series of exams. This includes a general knowledge, air brakes, and combination vehicle exam. Your state may require additional tests. Once you’ve passed your written tests, you can schedule a driving skills exam. Once you’ve passed the written test and skills test for your CDL you will receive your Class A CDL license. As a Class A CDL license holder, you’ll show current and future employers that you are a certified and competent truck driver. Your license is physical proof that you know how to safely and correctly operate large vehicles.  

What is a Class B CDL?

There are three different types of CDL licenses with a few distinctive differences between CDL types. A Class A license allows you to tow a trailer that weighs more than 10,001 pounds whereas a Class B CDL license is only for towing cargo that weighs less than 10,000 pounds. Both Class A and Class B license holders can operate vehicles with an attached cab and cargo area that weigh more than 26,001 pounds.

Those who hold a Class B CDL license can operate the following vehicles:
  • Tow trucks
  • Dump trucks
  • Delivery trucks
  • Utility trucks
  With additional training and endorsements, drivers can also operate:
  • School buses
  • Commercial buses
  • Certain farm vehicles
  • Fire engines
  In order to obtain a Class B CDL license, you must complete a Class B training program. These programs are typically offered at a vocational school or community college. Enrolling in these training programs teaches you the necessary skills needed to operate a commercial vehicle and help prepare you for the required exam. While training varies across states, you’ll most likely learn:
  • Proper gear shifting techniques
  • Vehicle control
  • Backing
  • Parking
  • Docking
  • Loading and unloading
  • Highway driving
  You’ll also spend time reviewing federal and state trucking laws and traffic laws for commercial vehicles. Training also typically includes time in a classroom and behind the wheel. While CDL requirements vary across states, there are a few prerequisites you must meet before you can obtain a Class B CDL license. Typically, you must be between the ages of 18 and 21, have a valid driver’s license with no infarctions, and complete medical and drug testing.  
Please contact our admin [email protected] as we can delete and purge all general information associated with your account.
Normal process times can range from a few minutes to a few normal business hours.
Unfortunately, you won’t be able to make any edits to your uploaded document once you have submitted your application. However, we can upload a new updated attachment (resume/cover letter as one file) and delete the outdated version, but it’s not guaranteed the hiring team will be able to see the update if the recruitment is already in progress. It will be up to each carrier on the time to return or make initial calls.
Each Job Posting that is listed has it's own application link to select and complete.
If a certain company has not replied back or called - feel free to complete our driver quick apply and we can reachout asap.

General Inquiries

Our System requires all companies to provide contact details to be as transparent as possible. It will be listed in the information for employers.
Please contact our admin at [email protected] to obtain information pertaining to your account.
Unfortunately, you won’t be able to make any edits to your uploaded document once you have submitted your application. However, we can upload a new updated attachment (resume/cover letter as one file) and delete the outdated version, but it’s not guaranteed the hiring team will be able to see the update if the recruitment is already in progress. Or return to the ad you originally applied to and reapply.

What is a Class A CDL

Every commercial vehicle requires different skills and knowledge to operate, but what are the types of CDL licenses available? CDL types are divided into three categories: Class A, Class B, and Class C. These different CDL types are distinguished by the vehicle’s overall weight and the type of cargo your vehicle will carry. A Class A CDL license allows its holder to operate vehicles that have a gross combination weight rating (GVWR) of 26,001 lbs. or more. However, the towing vehicle must weigh more than 10,000 lbs. These vehicles typically include:
  • Tractor-trailers. Also known as semi-trucks, big rigs, or 18-wheelers
  • Truck and trailer combinations
  • Tanker vehicles
  • Flatbeds
  • Livestock carriers
You can also haul a trailer weighing more than 10,000 pounds and drive most Class B or C vehicles, provided you obtain the proper endorsements. Additional CDL endorsements are available that allow you to drive specific vehicles or haul more specific cargo. These can include HAZMAT/tanker combinations, tanker vehicles, and hazardous waste materials, among others. To obtain a Class A CDL license, you’ll need to obtain a CDL permit by passing a series of exams. This includes a general knowledge, air brakes, and combination vehicle exam. Your state may require additional tests. Once you’ve passed your written tests, you can schedule a driving skills exam. Once you’ve passed the written test and skills test for your CDL you will receive your Class A CDL license. As a Class A CDL license holder, you’ll show current and future employers that you are a certified and competent truck driver. Your license is physical proof that you know how to safely and correctly operate large vehicles.  

What is a Class B CDL?

There are three different types of CDL licenses with a few distinctive differences between CDL types. A Class A license allows you to tow a trailer that weighs more than 10,001 pounds whereas a Class B CDL license is only for towing cargo that weighs less than 10,000 pounds. Both Class A and Class B license holders can operate vehicles with an attached cab and cargo area that weigh more than 26,001 pounds.

Those who hold a Class B CDL license can operate the following vehicles:
  • Tow trucks
  • Dump trucks
  • Delivery trucks
  • Utility trucks
  With additional training and endorsements, drivers can also operate:
  • School buses
  • Commercial buses
  • Certain farm vehicles
  • Fire engines
  In order to obtain a Class B CDL license, you must complete a Class B training program. These programs are typically offered at a vocational school or community college. Enrolling in these training programs teaches you the necessary skills needed to operate a commercial vehicle and help prepare you for the required exam. While training varies across states, you’ll most likely learn:
  • Proper gear shifting techniques
  • Vehicle control
  • Backing
  • Parking
  • Docking
  • Loading and unloading
  • Highway driving
  You’ll also spend time reviewing federal and state trucking laws and traffic laws for commercial vehicles. Training also typically includes time in a classroom and behind the wheel. While CDL requirements vary across states, there are a few prerequisites you must meet before you can obtain a Class B CDL license. Typically, you must be between the ages of 18 and 21, have a valid driver’s license with no infarctions, and complete medical and drug testing.  
Please contact our admin [email protected] as we can delete and purge all general information associated with your account.
Normal process times can range from a few minutes to a few normal business hours.
Unfortunately, you won’t be able to make any edits to your uploaded document once you have submitted your application. However, we can upload a new updated attachment (resume/cover letter as one file) and delete the outdated version, but it’s not guaranteed the hiring team will be able to see the update if the recruitment is already in progress. It will be up to each carrier on the time to return or make initial calls.
Each Job Posting that is listed has it's own application link to select and complete.
If a certain company has not replied back or called - feel free to complete our driver quick apply and we can reachout asap.