No. There is no air brake endorsement. If you completed the written air brakes test and did your road test in a vehicle equipped with air brakes, you're certified to operate an air brake equipped CMV. Otherwise, you'll have a restriction on your license which prohibits you from operating a CMV equipped with air brakes (although this does not apply to non-CMVs, such as U-Haul trucks and RVs).
There is no air brake endorsement. If you do not pass the written air brakes test AND complete your road test in a vehicle equipped with air brakes, then you get a restriction which prohibits you from operating an commercial vehicle which is equipped with air brakes. It is possible to have a Class A CDL with an air brake restriction.
As for endorsements exclusive to a CDL, you can get hazmat, passenger, and tanker endorsements. You can also get a motorcycle endorsement, which can be placed on any class of licence. The only endorsement you wouldn't be able to get is the endorsement for double and triple trailers.
No such thing as an air brake endorsement on a US license. If a CDL applicant does not pass the written air brakes test and perform their pretrip and road tests in a CMV equipped with air brakes, then they receive a restriction which prohibits them from operating a CMV equipped with air brakes.
You will need a Class B CDL with tanker endorsement.
You may only have one license. If you have a Class A CDL, you can operate a vehicle requiring a Class B or Class C CDL, so long as you have any endorsements necessary for the vehicle type (e.g., tank endorsement for tank vehicles, passenger endorsement for passenger vehicles, hazmat endorsement for vehicles hauling hazardous materials, etc.).
Yes, in Michigan, you are required to have an air brake endorsement to drive a commercial vehicle with air brakes. This endorsement is obtained by passing a written knowledge test specifically for air brake systems.
It is a CDL restriction in all states and territories of the United States.
Restrictions include: B - corrective lenses required D - Anatomical Donor M- Restricted to Class B and Class C Passenger vehicles (This restriction goes with a P - passenger endorsement on a class A CDL) N- Restricted to class C Passenger vehicles (This restriction goes with a P - passenger endorsement on a class A CDL)
Yes, you do. You would need, depending on the vehicle weight, either a Class C CDL (for vehicles under 26,000 lbs) or Class B CDL (for vehicles over 26,000 lbs). If the vehicle was equipped with air brakes, you would have to take the written air brakes test and road test on a vehicle so equipped (there is no actual air brake endorsement - only a restriction), and you would need a "P" endorsement for passengers, or "S" endorsement if you actually were transporting children.
Yes, it would be for either S or P endorsement.
Being someone with a CDL, you should know there is no actual air brake endorsement on a CDL - you get a restriction barring you from operating air brake equipped commercial vehicles. You need to take and pass the written air brakes test, and you need to conduct a road test in a vehicle equipped with air brakes. Then you can have the restriction removed from your CDL.
Class C CDL with School Bus endorsement.