State CDL ManualsCDL Manuals - Choose your State

State CDL ManualWe have conveniently compiled a list of CDL Manuals for each state.  Your state Commercial Driver's License (CDL) manual is the reference guide for your CDL test. The CDL manual will contain everything you need to know about the test, and how to obtain a CDL license in your state.  The manual covers requirements, eligibility, and details on your state's Commercial Driver's License program.  Specific details are given on who needs a CDL, eligibility requirements, medical/physical requirements, CDL groups/endorsements/exemptions, application procedures, tests, restrictions, fees, serious traffic and RRX violations and Drug/Alchohol violations. The manual also acts as a CDL study guide because it contains all of the required information that you need to master prior to taking your exam.  The CDL manual covers areas such as: driving safely, transporting cargo safely, transporting passengers safely, air brakes, combination vehicles, doubles and triples, tank vehicles, hazardous materials, school buses, skills testing, pre-trip inspection, and on-road driving

The state CDL Manual is the official guide that specifies how to get a Commercial Driver’s License for your specific state.  Once you understand the specific requirements for your state, you can prepare for your exam by going here: 

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Find your state's CDL manual by clicking on the appropriate link below:

Alabama CDL Manual Alabama CDL Manual
Illinois CDL Manual Illinois CDL Manual

Montana CDL Manual Montana CDL Manual

Puerto Rico CDL Manual Puerto Rico CDL Manual

Alaska CDL Manual Alaska CDL Manual
Indiana CDL Manual Indiana CDL Manual

Nebraska CDL Manual Nebraska CDL Manual

Rhode Island CDL Manual Rhode Island CDL Manual

Arizona CDL Manual Arizona CDL Manual

Iowa CDL Manual Iowa CDL Manual

Nevada CDL Manual Nevada CDL Manual

South Carolina CDL Manual South Carolina CDL Manual

Arkansas CDL Manual Arkansas CDL Manual

Kansas CDL Manual Kansas CDL Manual

New Hampshire CDL Manual New Hampshire CDL Manual

South Dakota CDL Manual South Dakota CDL Manual

California CDL Manual California CDL Manual

Kentucky CDL Manual Kentucky CDL Manual

New Jersey CDL Manual New Jersey CDL Manual

Tennessee CDL Manual Tennessee CDL Manual

Colorado CDL Manual Colorado CDL Manual

Louisiana CLD Manual Louisiana CDL Manual

New Mexico CDL Manual New Mexico CDL Manual

Texas CDL Manual Texas CDL Manual

Connecticut CDL Manual Connecticut CDL Manual

Maine CDL Manual Maine CDL Manual

New York CDL Manual New York CDL Manual

Utah CDL Manual Utah CDL Manual

Delaware CDL Manual Delaware CDL Manual


Maryland CDL Manual Maryland CDL Manual

North Carolina CDL Manual North Carolina CDL Manual

Vermont CDL Manual Vermont CDL Manual

Washington DC CDL Manual Dist. of Columbia CDL Manual

Massachusetts CDL Manual Massachusetts CDL Manual

North Dakota CDL Manual North Dakota CDL Manual

Virginia CDL Manual Virginia CDL Manual

Florida CDL Manual Florida CDL Manual

Michigan CDL Manual Michigan CDL Manual

Ohio CDL Manual Ohio CDL Manual

Washington CDL Manual Washington CDL Manual

Georgia CDL Manual Georgia CDL Manual

Minnesota CDL Manual Minnesota CDL Manual

Oklahoma CDL Manual Oklahoma CDL Manual

Wisconsin CDL Manual Wisconsin CDL Manual

Hawaii CDL Manual Hawaii CDL Manual

Mississippi CDL Manual Mississippi CDL Manual

Oregon CDL Manual Oregon CDL Manual

West Virginia CDL Manual West Virginia CDL Manual

Idaho CDL Manual Idaho CDL Manual

Missouri CDL Manual Missouri CDL Manual

Pennsylvania CDL Manual Pennsylvania CDL Manual

Wyoming CDL Manual Wyoming CDL Manual
 
For more information on your specific state's requirements, please visit our CDL State Requirements Page.  We have compiled specific information for: New York, Texas, California, Kentucky, Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin, Indiana, Illinois, Florida, and North Carolina. 
 
Frequently asked questions that are found in your state CDL manual include:
Who needs a CDL?
What are the Driving Record Eligibility Requirements?
How Old Do I have to be to get a CDL?
What are the driver qualification requirements?
Where can I find more information on medical and physical requirements?
What type of CDL do I need?
What endorsements do I need?
Are there CDL exemptions?
How Do I get a CDL?
What tests do I need to take?
What are the various CDL restrictions?
Can I have traffic violations and still get a CDL?
How do I renew a CDL?
Do I need a Chauffeur license?
How can I convert a CDL license from one state to another? 

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