Yes, as they are in every state.
A commercial drivers license (cdl) is very different from a regular driving license. In order to obtain a cld you must pass rigorous testing including inspection and knowledge of a commercial vehicle.
It's required everywhere.
Garbage truck drivers are require to carry a pre-trip inspection book in their trucks. The pre-trip inspection should be filled out each day before leaving.
He can drive outside of the state. You, however, cannot until you turn 21.
Getting a commercial drivers license is no more difficult that getting a regular drivers license. To get one you have to pass a knowledge and skills test that consist of written, driven, and vehicle inspection. They offer schools to aid you in the preparation of these tests.
The age you can get your drivers license in California is 16. You are however required to go through 6 hours of driving training to obtain your license.
You will need insurance to take your drivers test.
It's just a written test, then you pay the duplicate license fee, plus any additional fees to add the endorsement.
A commercial drivers license is a drivers license to drive vehicles which have a vehicle weight rating of 26,001 lb or more for commercial use, or transports quantities of hazardous materials. It is also required for vehicles that are designed to transport 16 or more passengers, including the driver You can locate more information regarding a CDL (commercial drivers license) at www.fmcsa.dot.gov/registration-licensing/cdl/cdl.htm.
There is no time limit since you are not required to get one at all.
To operate a heavy truck one is required to have a Commercial Driving License (CDL). In Australia there are 5 different classes of licenses for heavy truck drivers.
Drivers in California can obtain a license when they are sixteen years of age. A Driver's Education course is also required.