Originally Posted by Ed S
I do not here but I think a couple of states require a cdl based on how long or weight.
While a few states may require CDLs to operate an RV, most states do NOT require a COMMERCIAL driver license to operate a PRIVATE, NON-COMMERCIAL RV. Texas, for instance, requires either a Class A or B NON-COMMERCIAL driver license if you're over 26,000 lbs GCWR and towing more than 10,000 lbs (Class A) or less than 10,000 lbs (Class B). Reference Texas Transportation Code, Section 521 - Commercial licenses are covered in Section 522.
Check with your state's licensing authorities to be sure.
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