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You must meet the following requirements in order to be eligible for a commercial learner's permit (CLP):
Bring the completed application, along with all proper documentation and fees to an RMV service center.
The learner's permit exam is given on an automated testing system on a walk-in basis up to 2 hours before the service center's closing time.
You will have to take one or more knowledge tests to obtain your CLP, depending on what class of license and what endorsements you need. The CLP learner's permit knowledge tests and endorsements include:
CLPs expire 180 days from the date of issue and can be renewed one time for an additional 180 days for no fee. If your learner's permit expires after the one renewal period and you want to get a new permit, you need to present the required sources of identification, take and pass the written tests, and pay the $30 written test fee plus the fee for any endorsements.
You may only operate a vehicle for the same class permit that you hold. You must be accompanied by a licensed operator who holds a valid license with the correct class and endorsements for the vehicle you are operating. Your permit must be with you while you are operating the vehicle.
Drivers of commercial vehicles over 10,000 lbs. must carry a valid U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) approved medical certificate. Also, drivers transporting 15 or more passengers or carrying placarded hazardous materials, regardless of vehicle size, are required to carry a DOT medical certificate. The only exception from this certification is state or municipal employees using a state or municipal vehicle.
You must have a CDL to operate: