An existing rule entitled "Rules For Motor Carrier Safety Standards" is amended which consists of the regulations promulgated by the U. S. Department of Transportation contained in Parts 390 to 397 and 399 of Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations revised October 01, 1992, and any amendments thereto, with the following modifications:
An existing rule entitled "Rules for Transportation of Hazardous Materials" is amended which consists of the regulations promulgated by the U. S. Department of Transportation contained in Parts 100-199, revised October 01, 1992; Parts 390-397 and 399 revised October 01, 1992 of the Code of Federal Regulations Title 49; and Parts 71 and 73 of Title 10 revised January 01, 1992; and any amendments thereto, with the following modifications:
If your Commercial Driver's License or Permit has been lost, stolen, or destroyed you may apply for a replacement.
Commercial Driver's License holders must apply in person at a Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles Customer Service Office. You must complete the CDL Application (form #VL-031) and submit it together with the appropriate fee and identity documentation.
If the driver meets all qualifications for a Vermont Type II School Bus endorsement a card will be issued to the individual allowing them to drive a Type II School Bus in this state. These requirements include attending a Vermont school bus clinic, passing all required tests (knowledge, vision, and skill tests), and submitting a medical form.
The driver must obtain a Vermont CDL license, attend a Vermont school bus clinic, and provide a complete DOT (Department of Transportation) medical.
No, the "S" (school bus) endorsement must be added by the state of issue.
Yes, if their license has both an "S" (school bus) and "P" (passenger) endorsement. There are no additional requirements.