Class D license
A Class D license is a type of driver’s license that is commonly issued to non-commercial drivers in the United States. This license allows individuals to operate passenger cars, vans, SUVs, and other non-commercial vehicles with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of 26,000 pounds or less.
The specific requirements for obtaining a Class D license may vary depending on the state or jurisdiction where you reside. In general, you will need to meet certain eligibility criteria, such as being of a certain age (usually at least 16 or 18 years old), passing a written knowledge test and a driving skills test, and providing proof of identity, residency, and insurance.
Once you have obtained a Class D license, you will need to follow the traffic laws and regulations in your state or jurisdiction, and maintain the appropriate level of insurance coverage. It’s also important to continue to develop your driving skills and knowledge through ongoing education and practice, in order to stay safe on the road and avoid accidents or violations.
A Class D License is a regular driver’s license required to operate a vehicle weighing 26,000 pounds or less . It is the most common type of driver’s license and allows the holder to drive any non-commercial vehicle. To obtain a Class D license, applicants must pass a written knowledge exam and may also be required to pass a driving skills test depending on their age. Holders of this license may be subject to certain restrictions depending on their age and the type of vehicle they are operating.