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How To: Get a CDL in Arkansas

If you are looking to get your Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) in Arkansas, you may be wondering how to get started.  When going through the test preparation phase, many applicants ask themselves questions such as:Arkansas State CDL Information

  • Where do I go to take the Arkansas CDL Permit test?
  • What are the medical requirements for getting a CDL?
  • How much does a CDL cost in Arkansas?

eGears has put together a complete guide to help you get a CDL in Arkansas and you can get started by using the resources below:

Arkansas CDL Requirements
On this page, you’ll learn more about the medical requirements in Arkansas.  While there are many things included in the full medical report form, some of the most common elements of concern are a satisfactory standard of hearing, 20/40 vision (with or without corrective lenses), a 70-degree field of vision in each eye and proof that the applicant is not colorblind.

Get an Arkansas CDL Permit
One of the first steps to get a CDL in Arkansas, is to pass the permit test.  This page outlines the cost of the test, where to take the test in Arkansas as well as the number of questions that will be on the CDL test.

CDL Endorsements in Arkansas
What options are available for adding a CDL endorsement to your Arkansas license?  How much does it cost to add the HazMat Endorsement in Arkansas?  Get answers to these questions and more on this page packed full of information about endorsements.

Taking the Arkansas CDL Skills TestArkansas Semi Truck
Find out what is included on the CDL skills test in Arkansas and how to prepare to pass on the first try!  This page includes information about the pre-trip inspection, basic skills test, and on-road test which will be the 3 main areas of the skills test.

Holding An Arkansas CDL
Find out what you need to do after passing the CDL skills test to officially get your Arkansas CDL.  This page covers all of the necessary documents to ensure you’ll successfully be able to have your CDL issued at the office of Driver Services. 

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