Originally Posted by Barbaraok
If anyone can't pass the Class B requirements for a coach - or Class A if towing something above 10K pounds - then THEY SHOULD NOT BE DRIVING THAT SIZED RIG! Written test is 20 questions, you have to get 14 correct. Just read the manuals over a couple of times and do the practice tests. Driving test is about 20-30 minutes long, nothing complicated, just make sure to look each way TWICE when at a stop light and that means turning your head, and that's it. Again, if someone can't pass that test, they have no business driving a large coach down the road!
If You are trying to insult me...Nice try, BUT NO CIGAR....
After 55 years of holding a CDL/Chauffeurs license and having exceeded 5.5 million safe
I am fairly confident that I would NOT have ANY problem passing the written or the driving Tests.. nor have any problem with the coach passing the annual inspections.
1) I DO NOT Like Texass weather,bugs,humidity or their holier than thou government officialdom specifically their RR commission, Texas law enforcement/DOT that I've had to deal with continuously with the super loads I've transported to/from/and thru the state.
I have had enough of drivers license endorsements,permits, physicals, and The Government "thumb" on me, and all the rest..
I AM RETIRED...NO MORE.