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Download the Ohio CDL manual free. Contains practical and driving info needed for CDL tests
OH CDL replacement information for lost, stolen or damaged commercial drivers licenses
Renewing a Commercial Driver's License (CDL) in Ohio is a relatively simple process compared to [[/oh/ohio/cdl-commercial-drivers-license-application|applying for a new CDL.]]
==PROCEDURES FOR RENEWING YOUR COMMERCIAL DRIVER’S LICENSE==
# If your CDL has been lost or stolen, you will need to [[/oh/ohio/cdl-commercial-drivers-license-replacement|apply for a replacement CDL]], rather than a renewal.
# You must renew your CDL in person, at your [[/oh/ohio/bmv-location-hours|local BMV office.]]
# Bring the following items with you to the local DMV office, when renewing your commercial driv
A resource for ohio CDL drivers, with trucking schools, application information, and more.A resource for Ohio CDL drivers, with trucking schools, application info, and more.Every person wanting to drive a commercial vehicle must acquire a commercial driver’s license (CDL). A commercial driver’s education program is not obligatory in Ohio for a CDL. It should be noted though, that courses are highly recommended in order to be fully proficient driving commercial vehicles.
==FEDERAL REGULATIONS FOR COMMERCIAL DRIVING==
All US States have identical regulations for commercial driving.
==BASIC REQUIREMENTS FOR A COMMERCIAL DRIVER’S PERMIT/LICENSE==
* You must be at least 18 years of age and must meet requirements for an [[/oh/ohio/drivers-license|Ohio driver’s license]]. Some employers may ask for higher age requirements and additional conditions.
* Certify that you are in agreement with state motor carrier safety regulations. See [http://www.dmv.com/redirect?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.fmcsa.dot.gov%2F Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration] or call (614) 752-7600 for more information.
* Provide a valid Medical Examiner's Certificate.