We have created a directory of CDL State License agencies for every state in the United States. State license agencies are named differently in each state, including: Motor Vehicle Division, Driver Services, Department of Transportation, Bureau of Motor Vehicles, and Driver and Vehicle Services. One thing they do have in common, however, is that they are the ultimate authority when it comes to CDL license polices and procedures. Your state CDL license agency administers: CDL requirements, eligibility, registration, testing, and maintenance.
Find your state's CDL license agency by clicking on the appropriate link below.
For more information on CDL licensing, please see How To Get A CDL License. If you need more details on CDL licensing in your state, please visit our CDL State Requirements page. We have detailed all the information you need to know to get a CDL license in New York, California, Texas, Arizona, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Georgia, North Carolina, Illinois, Florida and Indiana.
Your state CDL license agency can help you find answers to the following questions:
- What type of CDL do I need?
- How do I apply for a CDL Instruction Permit?
- What are the fees to get a CDL?
- What if I don't have a vehicle for the road test?
- Do I have to take the HAZMAT test every three years?
- How do I renew my CDL?
- How do I apply for a reinstatement if my CDL is medically suspended?
- How many tries do I have to pass the CDL tests?
- What are the hours of operations?
- What documents do I need to bring with me?
- How do I transfer my CDL from another state?
- Where can I get a duplicate CDL license or permit?
- How do I notify the CDL office if I changed my address?
- Can I renew my license by mail?