Who Needs a Class A CDL?
The federal standard CDL classification, combined with the cargo being transported, determines what type of CDL license a driver must apply for. Any combination of vehicles with gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of 26,001 pounds or more falls in Group A, provided the GVWR of the vehicle (trailer) being towed are in excess of 10,000 pounds.
This includes most large combination vehicles (truck & trailer) such as:
Tractor-trailers (also known as Semi, Big Rig or 18-wheeler)
Truck and trailer combinations
NOTE: Class A vehicles require tremendous skill and knowledge, included in Class B and C vehicles, so a driver with a Class A license may also drive vehicles in Classes B and C, depending on endorsement requirements.
Why Take the Class A Online ELDT With Us?
We know your time is important. Our proven effective curriculum, combined with online access and adaptive software, allows you full control of your learning and completion process for a great price. Designed to be mobile friendly so you can access anytime, anywhere, on any device.
We have been a leading provider in Driver Education and Traffic Safety Courses since 1992. The Class A CDL Course content is presented in small modules to improve learning and ease of use.
CDL Nationwide is registered as an FMCSA approved training provider and this course meets all the ELDT theory instruction requirements and is approved for use in all 50 states. There are no hidden fees, time limitations or course expiration. Our top priority is making this process easy for you and we offer exceptional, live support.