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Old 01-19-2013, 11:46 AM   #15
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Sandran,
Really check the Nevada regulations. Texas does not require a CDL either and if you just read the section on that it is misleading. Texas does require a "special" license depending on weight.

It may be that Nevada does not require a CDL, but it may require an endorsement or special license. Just thoroughly check.

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Old 01-19-2013, 11:48 AM   #16
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Non-Commercial Class A & B

RV, boat and trailer owners need a Class A or B license to drive vehicles 26,000 pounds or heavier. Additional written and skills tests are required. See the Non-Commercial Class A/B Study Guide and the J and R trailer endorsements below.


This is from the Nevada DMV website. If you have a class A or B then you are ok



What you posted is for a "CDL"
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Old 01-20-2013, 05:48 PM   #17
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Oh-oh. You are right. Recalculating.
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Well, I think I'm okay based on the following from NV DMV exemptions:

"Recreational vehicle drivers using their
RVís for non-commercial purposes;"

These are exempt, and I'm in the clear, as far as I read this. Sorry for the repetition of other discussions. It wasn't clear to me.
I don't think so. I expect that applies to a CDL. If your RV is over 26,000lb, you need a non-commercial Class B. See Nevada Driver Licenses and ID Cards where it says:

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