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Drivers pocket guide to hazardous materials

compliance with the hazardous materials rules of the Materials Transportation Bureau and the Bureau of Motor Carrier Safety, U.S. Dept. of Transportation.

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        StatementJ. J. Keller
        PublishersJ. J. Keller
        LC Classifications1978
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 52 p. :
        Number of Pages67
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        ISBN 10nodata

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Class B: Any single vehicle which has a gross vehicle weight rating or gross vehicle weight of 11,794 or more kilograms 26,001 pounds or moreor any such vehicle towing a vehicle with a gross vehicle weight rating or gross vehicle weight that does not exceed 4,536 kilograms 10,000 pounds. Class C: Any single vehicle, or combination of vehicles, that does not meet the definition of Class A or Class B, but is either designed to transport Drivers pocket guide to hazardous materials or more passengers, including the driver, or is transporting material that has been designated as hazardous under 49 U.

Therefore, to avoid restrictions, drivers should take the Skills Test in the same type of vehicle for which they are seeking a CDL to operate. These carriers must maintain a certain level of safety in their operations and certify they have programs in place as required by the Hazardous Materials Regulations and the HM Permit regulations.

The types of vehicles and operations requiring a CDL are outlined below. This includes drivers applying to:• These standards require States to issue CDLs to certain CMV drivers only after the driver passes knowledge and skills tests administered by the State and related to the type of vehicle the driver expects to operate.

N Tank Endorsement, A CLP holder with an "N" endorsement may only operate an empty tank vehicle, and is prohibited from operating any tank vehicle that previously contained hazardous materials that have not been purged of any residue.

Main Menu - Safety -1• 5103 and is required to be placarded under subpart F of 49 CFR Part 172 or is transporting any quantity of a material listed as a select agent or toxin in 42 CFR Part 73. Restrictions Restriction code Description L If the driver does not pass the Air Brakes Knowledge Test, does not correctly identify the air brake system components, does not properly conduct an air brake systems check, or does not take the Skills test in a vehicle with a full air brake system, the driver must have an "L" no full air brake restriction placed on their license.


States may have a more restrictive category for a class of license, or have additional codes for endorsements or restrictions on CDLs that are not mentioned in the Federal regulations, as long as these items are fully explained on the license document.

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration FMCSA has developed and issued standards for State testing and licensing of CDL holders.

Drivers will search for a training provider using the upcoming Training Provider Registry. Note: Beginning February 7, 2022, entry-level drivers will be subject to the requirements in the Entry-Level Driver Training ELDT regulations. Overview Drivers have been required to have a commercial driver's license CDL in order to drive certain commercial motor vehicles CMVs since April 1, 1992.

O If the driver takes the Skills Test in a Class A vehicle that has a pintle hook or other non-fifth wheel connection, they will have an "O" restriction placed on their license restricting them from driving any Class A vehicle with a fifth wheel connection. V If the State is notified by the FMCSA that a medical variance has been issued to the driver, the State must indicate the existence of such a medical variance on the CDLIS driving record and the CDL document using a restriction code "V" to indicate that there is information about the medical variance on the CDLIS record.

Obtain a Class A or Class B CDL for the first time;•