I was just trying to point out that it is advisable to read the regulations and then decide on what is needed. If you are not over 26k then all you need, as far as I know is a regular license in Ct. Each state is different and this license issue has been debated over, and over and over, with different results.
People from Texas, for example have exclaimed they do not need a CDL, and they are correct, but in Texas there are Class A, B, C, CDL licenses and then there are Class A, B, C, regular licenses. Many mistake reading the entire regulation set and just read the part where a CDL is not required for an RV. That is correct, but one may still need a Class A or Class B license depending on weight.
Don't want to start an issue on licenses again, and most likely the only time you would ever have to prove you were licensed to drive what you drive would be after an unfortunate accident, or being stopped by some officer who just "wants" to do his job. It's the insurance companies we will really have to satisfy.
MDShedman, the OP, did the right thing for his state and now has peace of mind.
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