I'm trying to get a job and to do so I have to have a valid drivers license or id. I have a driving permit but it is past the date that says expires. there is another date on the card that says until. Is my permit still valid, and if not, does the until date mean that I have a valid id untill that date?
Ex examiner. That's how I lost my job.
I am interested in applying for a job that requires a class B license with airbrake endorsement and was wondering what is required and what the cost is in Michigan. Any help on this would be appreciated.
My driver's license test is coming up this morning. This is the second time I've tried to get my license. The first time, I failed immediately because of the parallel parking (the only thing I did run was pull into the space too far from the cones, so I was over the white line even though the car was straight).
Since I failed the first time, I am incredibly nervous for the second, and while practicing last night, I kept feeling like I was going to hit the curb or just do something wrong. On my practice tries I got it in the slot just fine but fairly close to the line on the driver's side. Are they any tips for me to settle my nerves because I just keep seeing myself screwing it up like before in my mind. Any advice?
Would I have to take any tests or have certain experience etc.
What steps do I take to get the ball rolling, do I have to send off for a form to apply and can I use my own car or would I have to hire a car for the job if I was to get it. Many thanks for any info you can give.
I'm taking the test next week and would like to know EXACTLY what to practice for the test so I can pass the first time.
I'm 17 and a half, and I never got my learners due to financial problems, but I have a job now, and I really need transportation to get to and from work. I don't see the point in getting the learners now because It'll be half a year before I get the real deal, but I was just wondering if I can go ahead and get a full license.
Thank you so much for your time!
How long did it take for you to practice before taking driver test?
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Tomorrow I'm going for my road test for my license, but I'm really nervous..
The obvious answers are to get to sleep early, eat a healthy breakfast.. but is there anything else I can do?
If your a pilot of a boeing 757 or bigger, how did you get there? What type of education? I have all my instructor ratings and wondering how to get in the big planes.
p.s. I know it will take a while.
I'm currently working as a cashier, but I've always wanted to become a truck driver, i.e. tractor trailers. I'm wondering how I would best go about looking and applying for trucking jobs. I know there is experience needed, so how can I get that if they only hire experienced people? Btw, I do not have a CDL yet. How can I get one and how much does it cost? Thanks in advance!
What kinds of questions do they ask, what will they want you to do, what does your vehicle require to take the test in and do you know what percentage it takes to pass or how long it will take to do it? i live in oklahoma btw and im takin it thursday... im sort of nervous and any advice would help!
The paper i received has a Restrictions section, but i see nothing there. I know that if you're 16 you need to drive with someone 21 or older next to you. Does the same apply if I'm 21?
If i drive around with my wife who's 19, and has had her license since 16 it's ok then?
I think it was 1936. Am I correct?
Does the Truck Driving curriculum at Job Corps award a CDL License?
If so, which one?
I have about 2 weeks until i go for my road test! im really nervous because i reaally need my license for my job, so i really want to be prepared to pass the first time. im going to norristown if anyone knows that center!
i feel like a pretty safe driver, and i guess im pretty relaxed too. i feel confident in driving and i know what to do, im just scared im going to mess up on something really stupid and fail!
what are some tips and things to remember (besides the obvious) when i go to take it?
I am 23, gonna get my cdl soon, i have 2 charges on my record (m1 ccw and m4 disorderly conduct), and i have poor credit. i wear glasses and have a deformed right hand. i am a good driver and i enjoy it. i am a loner and love driving and working at night.
also how much can you make as a otr driver with a company truck vs owning your own truck?
also as a company driver, who pays for gas?
I was just curious because I saw a question on Y!A that said that a certain profession (that I would rather not mention here) seems to have an unusually high percentage of people that are rude, insensitive, have a bad attitude, or otherwise give off "bad vibes" to the people they deal with in the course of doing their job. Which professions/vocations have you noticed has people with bad "vibes", or good "vibes." What do you think are the reasons that it is that way?
The parking lot of the driver's license bureau in Delray Beach was constantly jammed with van loads of people arriving daily.
While harried employees didn't think much about the onslaught, some couldn't help but notice that a few of their co-workers had begun sporting wildly expensive designer purses and were driving cars - BMW and Infiniti SUVs - that seemed to far exceed the stretch of their modest paychecks.
The two seemingly unrelated events were tied together late last month when a multi-agency task force arrested five license examiners for accepting bribes to issue driving permits to hundreds, if not thousands, of immigrants who otherwise couldn't get them because they were in the country illegally. While the investigation is ongoing, the five are believed to be part of a larger ring, said Elizabeth Parker, a chief assistant state attorney who headed the task force.
"It was insane what was going on," she said. "They were bringing van loads of people from all over South Florida. It was so blatant."
While the exact number of licenses issued is unknown, as many as 40 were issued daily during the scheme that had been operating for more than a year.
Armed with counterfeit immigration documents often handed to them in the parking lot of the office on Military Trail, they were directed to one of the five license examiners. Few took the mandatory written exam, much less the driving test. For fees ranging from $500 to $2,500 for the documents and the special treatment, they walked away with valid licenses.
Some of the predominantly Haitian, Guatemalan and Mexican immigrants probably just wanted licenses so they could stay in the country, get a job, open a bank account and not live in fear that a simple traffic stop would land them in jail with the next stop their home country, Parker said. Others may have wanted them to snare lucrative jobs as drug mules, she said. With a valid license, they wouldn't have to worry that if stopped with illicit cargo, their cars would be searched.
So far, she said, there is no evidence that the scheme was linked to terrorist activity. But, she said, with so many driver's licenses issued to fake names, the prospect worries her.
see more @ http://www.palmbeachpost.com/localnews/content/local_news/epaper/2009/06/05/0605_licensefraud.html
Parents like to go for drives in my late Grandad's A30.