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Old 02-23-2019, 08:54 PM   #1
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New Diesel Pusher - Neet MD Class B (non-commercial) coaching

Retired Sailor (Senior Chief Petty Officer) Taking delivery of my new Tiffin Phaeton coach in June. Going from 37ft gas Class A to a 42ft diesel pusher.

Seeking a mentor to help me through the license upgrade to Class B and accompany me to the DMV on test day.

Live in La Plata, MD and plan on test site in Waldorf.

Any help greatly appreciated b
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Check to see if any community colleges in your area have truck driver training programs to see if they offer Class B courses. I took a Class B CDL course taught at Hagerstown Community College, but that would be too far from you.

Even though I didn't need the full CDL, I didn't see any downside to going through the course. I still carry the CDL, but the State I am now resident in allows me to self certify that I don't need a DOT medical card.
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Even though I didn't need the full CDL, I didn't see any downside to going through the course. I still carry the CDL, but the State I am now resident in allows me to self certify that I don't need a DOT medical card.
Exactly what I do.
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