If it's a registered farm vehicle, and operated by the farmer, family members of the farmer, or direct employees of the farmer, then no. However, the distance from the farm the vehicle is permitted to operate is restricted, all activities of that truck must be for the operation of that farm, and it may not haul freight for hire.
You would need a Class A CDL for Dump Truck. It's not as intense as more restrictive classes of CDL.
No. Just to drive it (if it requires a CDL - not all trucks considered commercial require one).
If it's not a registered farm vehicle, and operated under the criteria of the farm vehicle exemption, it requires a Class A CDL. That doesn't change between states - it's a federal law.
No. U-Haul doesn't rent out trucks higher than Class 6, which have a GVWR under the weight requirements for a CDL.
Can I drive a farm dumptruck without a cdl in Washington State
No, not to insure it just to drive it. You can insure it and let someone else drive it as long as they have their Class A CDL.
If it's a truck which anyone else would be required to have a CDL to drive, then yes.
Yes you do need a CDL License to drive a bucket truck.
If the vehicle requires a CDL in service, it'll require a CDL for the test drive.
Yes, and they must be in the seat beside you.
Yes, unless you fit the criteria to fall under the farm truck, recreational vehicle, military vehicle, or emergency vehicle exemptions.
If the truck is being operated on a for-profit basis by a third party carrier, yes.
If they're paid for that work, they must log it.
Yes, but you can't drive it.
No, just to drive it.
Depends. You can drive up to a Class 6 truck (up to 26,000 lbs. GVWR) without a CDL. Class 7 or Class 8 trucks require a CDL.