I tried to get ahold of supervisor at DMV ... you can imagine how that went. All I am getting is wishy washy crap.
So Monday I got my DoT physical, Tuesday passed CDL A written test (general, air brakes, combination) to get Permit. Now I'm in "school" ... takes about 4 weeks and then practical (hands on) test.
Way I see it written ... don't need it ... as many have said ... but I've got time now to knock it out - and its great practice with big (and bigger) equipment .. so why not
Appreciate all help and input!