To get a North Dakota CDL you must take the written and road tests. All applicants must take the General Knowledge test. Depending on what Class of CDL required, you may need additional tests such as the Combination Test for Class A, Passenger and/or School Bus, Airbrake, or other endorsement tests as apply. Once you have passed the written test(s), a permit is issued. The permit allows for practice driving a CDL with someone who is 18 years or older and has 3 or more years driving experience for the same or higher class of Drivers License as the permit. Once you are ready, you may call to schedule an appointment for the road test. After successful completion of the road test a CDL will be issued.
North Dakota CDL Manual – 2017 – 2019
This CDL Manual is from the official state government page for North Dakota. We make every effort to provide the best and most accurate information possible. It is your responsibility to check that you have the most recent North Dakota CDL manual.
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