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That is the information I found when doing the research. The non-commercial license needed to drive the truck is a Class-B.Wes is correct, for example the weight alone of the truck with air brakes qualifies it but some folks can sneak under the radar running it as an RV but end up in trouble if they use it like an actual truck.
I have my CDL, and if you’re not interested in obtaining a commercial CDL look at obtaining a non-commercial CDL meaning Not For Hire or Gain.
Bingo...Doctors and lawyers buy 45 to 55 thousand pound PREVOST motorhomes with air brakes every day and jump in the seat with a class D operator lic and drive all over the country pulling big car hauler trailers and never get looked at because they are not IN THE COMISSION OF ENTERPRISE.
... and you know why? The AARP has too big a loby therefore wrinckleys will always be exempt... 45 to 55 thousand pound PREVOST motorhomes with air brakes every day and jump in the seat with a class D operator lic and drive all over the country pulling big car hauler trailers and never get looked at...
Like I said you can go that route. However if you ever receive a citation for some odd ball reason they will revert back to the vehicles original purpose. I have handled cases in different jurisdictions and states regarding ordinances, registration, etc. Every judge has dissented that the vehicles are military by nature and are not to be used by civilians for consumer purposes.I am planning to convert my MTVR into a motorhome, which does not require a CDL in my state, regardless of GVWR.
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