CDL Practice Test
Delaware If you intend on operating any commercial vehicle, you must apply for and obtain your Delaware CDL. Commercial vehicles (or combination of vehicles) are classified into either Class A, Class B, or Class C licenses with endorsements.
A commercial vehicle is defined as any motor vehicle or combination vehicle, used for hire while transporting either cargo or passengers which.
Has a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) which exceeds 26,000lbs. Has been designed,used,or intended to carry 10 passengers or more. Has a vehicle or trailer in tow that weighs in excess of 10,000lbs. Is used to transport hazardous materials in amounts which require a placard. Has more than one trailer or vehicle in tow. Has three or more axles (unless the vehicle weighs less than 6,000lbs)
Delaware CDL Requirements You must be at least 21 years old to operate a commercial vehicle across state lines (interstate) for hire. You may drive for hire within delaware(intrastate) if you are 18 years of age of older but younger than 21, but you may not transport passengers or placard requiring hazardous materials or waste. You must hold a valid Delaware Class C (operators) drivers license.