Re: Kansas CDL?
KDOT just put on a meeting at our local coop about farm truck rules and regulations, so I am up to date on this stuff. You do not have to have a CDL, but you do have to have a non commercial class A to drive a semi. To get your non comm. class A, you take a regular vehicle test and then do the driving test with a semi. You do not have to inspect the truck. But, you can only go in a 150 mile radius hauling YOUR products. The guy made it clear that if it wasn't your products (even if it's your neighbors), then you have to have the truck licensed commercially and you have to have a CDL. If you have any more questions I still have the handout he gave us so I can probably answer it.