AS A DRIVER OF A COMMERCIAL MOTOR VEHICLE YOU WILL NEED:
- A current, valid driver's license for the vehicle being driven: See Commercial Drivers License Section for information on driver's license classifications and endorsements.
- Your medical examiner's certificate or skills and performance evaluation: See Driver Qualifications Section for information on driver qualification issues.
- A copy of the vehicle's registration: See Registration, Licensing and Fuel Tax Credentials Section for information about vehicle registration.
- A copy of the vehicle's fuel permit: See Registration, Licensing and Fuel Tax Credentials Section for information about fuel tax credentials.
- Proof of vehicle insurance: See Insurance Section for information on insurance requirements.
- Driver's daily logbook: See Driver's Hours of Service Section for information about hours of service regulations and exemptions.
- Proof of proper operating authority, if operating for hire: See Obtaining Interstate For-Hire Operating Authority Section for information about operating authority for for-hire carriers.
- A copy of your Uniform Hazardous Material Credentials, if handling HM that requires the vehicle to be placarded: See Hazmat Section for information about the hazardous material registration program.
- A copy of your USDOT Materials Certificate of Registration or other document showing your Registration number: See Hazmat Section for information about the Federal Hazardous Materials Registration program.
DOES YOUR VEHICLE HAVE: