If the Gross Combination Weight Rating (the combined Gross Vehicle Weight Rating of the truck and of the trailer) is in excess of 26,000 lbs., you can use it to test for a Class A CDL. However, you'll receive an "L" ("no air brakes") restriction, which will prohibit you from operating a CMV equipped with air brakes (such as a tractor-trailer).
No - if you fail the driving test, you have to re-take the driving test; not go over from the beginning with the G1.
depending on what state you are in you take a written test for the permit and the driving on the driving test.
No the NMAT is not free to take for all applicants. You must pay before you take the test. You can download or pickup the materials for this test prior to test date but if you have not paid you can not take the test.
NO! You must pass your theory test before you are even allowed to take the practical driving test.
Yes you have to take a commercial drivers license test and pass it in order to drive a truck. It is like another driving test to prove your capability to function.
The written driver's test is the first thing you need to do before getting a driving license. After you pass the written test, you can take the driving test. If you are under 18, you must however do a driving course prior to taking the driving test.
Yes, all astronauts have to take a driving test to drive a lunar roving vehicle on the moon.
Only if it's a commercial vehicle and the trailer has a GVW of more than 10,000 lbs., and the GCW exceeds 26,000 lbs. You'll receive a 'no air brakes' restriction.
Yes, you will be required to take the written test again. The driving part of the test is at the examiners discretion if you need to take that part or not.