Planning on getting your class A, B commercial driver’s license or maybe getting a bus license? I wouldn't wait too long to do it. The Federal government is making some changes in February of 2022 and I'd recommend getting your license as soon as possible. Many places will help you get your class a CDL or class B. If you want to get your class you will need to get your permit which would be general knowledge, combination, and airbrakes. Then you will need to hold the license for two weeks before being able to take the driving test.

There's a national shortage of truck drivers and school bus drivers in the country. A person can make a lot of money doing either one and the shortage is only going to get worse with people retiring every year. Many school districts are looking for school bus drivers and activity bus drivers. Class A & B drivers usually get paid well with good benefits. If you want to become a school bus driver both Bismarck Public Schools and Harlow’s are both hiring for drivers. I'd recommend not waiting and applying anywhere that will train you to get any form of a CDL real soon before the new changes take effect.

Have you ever thought about getting your CDL? With these new changes coming the time to get the CDL is now and soon. The driver shortage will only help you as a driver make more money.  For new rules click here.


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