CDL Manuals Minnesota

It takes more to operate a commercial vehicle in Minnesota than just hopping in the driver's seat. A commercial driver's license, or CDL, is required by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety for various commercial purposes. A CDL is necessary for vehicles weighing more than 26,000 pounds, that transport more than 15 passengers, that serve as school buses, or that carry hazardous materials. To prepare yourself with everything you need to know, you should examine the Minnesota commercial driver's manual. The manual is filled with helpful information and road rules, including how to safely transport cargo or passengers, a handbook for bus driving and a pre-tip vehicle inspection list.