How old do you have to be to get your class A license in California?
CA CDL Eligibility Requirements. According to federal regulations, a driver must be at least 18 years old before they can apply for a commercial license. You'll need to be a minimum of 21 years old if you intend to: Drive across state lines.
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Answer . Generally, at 15 and 1/2 years you can get an "instruction permit" which allows you to drive so long as you have a properly licensed adult riding next to you.\n. … \nYou can get a normal license at 18.
Answer . You are allowed to get it when you turn 16
You need to be 18 to get you drivers license but when you are 16 you can drive with a guardian that has a drivers license.
I believe that there are 5 classes in CA.
You must be 18 years old to apply for a drivers license in California. You must be between 15 and one half years old and 18 years old to apply for a provisional permit.
You must be over 21 years in California to get a driving license.
It is a standard license. You may drive a 2 axle vehicle with agross weight rating up to 26,000 lbs. , a 3 axle vehicle weighing6,000 lbs. or less, a recreational vehicle up t…o 40 feet, a 3 wheelmotorcycle, or a vanpool with 10-15 persons including the driver.
Class C ( regular driver's license for all passenger cars, pickups, SUVs , and recreational vehicles (RVs ) 40 feet long or less) that's what class c license stands for..
There isn't an age limit, you just have to have medical need.
A class III driver's license does not exist in the state ofCalifornia. California offers class A, B, C, M1, and M2 licenses.
In Hunting and Shooting
To buy one yourself you have to be 18. To take a big game animal with a license than you have to be 10.
There are 10 classes. 1. Class A 2. Class A Fire fighter 3. Class A Noncommercial 4. Class B 5. Class B Fire Fighter 6. Class B Noncommercial 7. Class C 8. Class C Commercial …9. Class M1 10. Class M2
M1 and M2 for motorcycles. A and B for commercial drivers and C for regular drivers. A and B for commercial and C for regular drivers.. A and B for commercial and C for reg…ular drivers..
In Travel & Places
Yes, Class A is what you need to drive a truck in California.