A vehicle with a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (whether or not a CDL is required is determined by the weight rating, not the actual laden weight) of 26,000 lbs. or less does not require a CDL unless:
Length does not determine whether or not a CDL is required.
The regulations for when a CDL is required has nothing to do with length.
Generally you will need a CDL license and a certificate of proficiency in driving a truck.
If it's a truck which anyone else would be required to have a CDL to drive, then yes.
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.
A CDL or comercial drivers license allows drivers to drive taxis, minibuses, lorries and trucks. This license includes pallet trucks and any driver wishing to drive a pallet truck must have a CDL.
No. It is not required for you to have a CDL drivers license to lease a Penske Truck. This type of rental is just as a car rental. You are required to have only a C class License.
To drive a cement truck legally, you need a class B CDL (Commercial Drivers License). At 18, you can apply for a class B CDL.
No, there is no such requirement for commercial vehicles in any state.
A Class B CDL is required to operate a single vehicle (no trailer) commercially if it has a Gross Vehicle Weight Rating in excess of 26,000 lbs. An airbrake endorsement for airbrake-equipped vehicles is required if a CDL is required. A vehicle with a GVWR of 25,500 lbs. and not operated while exceeding 26,000 lbs. requires no CDL. If a CDL is not required, no airbrake endorsement is required.
Yes you do need a CDL License to drive a bucket truck.
Assuming you mean a tandem axle truck, that would be a Class B CDL with tanker endorsement.