Become a Truck Driver in Alabama

CDL Truck Driving.

Complete our simple and free application and CDL Career Now can quickly put you in contact with Alabama truck driving schools so you can begin your CDL training.

At CDL Career Now, we have a relationship with several truck driving schools in Alabama that offer a variety of CDL training services, as well as job placement assistance to those who qualify. Our CDL training application is specifically designed to pre-qualify the CDL candidate, assuring that you meet the Alabama CDL requirements and find a quality truck driving school in Alabama as well as job placement assistance, when appropriate.

Feel free to dig deeper by clicking the best Alabama city below to see a list of schools near you. Or you can fill out the application to the left and let us take it from there. Remember, it cost you nothing to apply! The important thing is that you take that first step towards quality CDL training and a rewarding CDL career now.

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State of Alabama CDL Requirements

The State of Alabama requires that an individual be at least 18 years of age to obtain a CDL or haul any type of placarded hazardous materials. Individuals under the age of 21 can only operate a commercial motor vehicle inside the state lines of Alabama.

Listed below are descriptions of the various types of commercial motor vehicles and what commercial endorsement is required to operate each vehicle class.

• CDL Class A – Articulated Vehicles or combination vehicles with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating of 26,001 pounds or over and hauling a trailer over 10,001

• CDL Class B – Straight truck with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating of 26,000 or more and no trailer or hauling a trailer less than 10,001 pounds.

• CDL Class C – Bus or vehicle under 26,001 pounds, but carrying 15 passengers or Hazardous materials.

• CDL Class D – Private passenger, regular operator

Alabama CDL Requirements Source