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CDL Driving offices in Abbeville, South Carolina




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510 W. Alexander Extension, 29646


(864) 227-6434


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504 Airport Road, 29835


(864) 465-3229


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390 Fairgrounds Road, 29360


(864) 682-3213


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1310 N. Main St., 29644


(864) 967-4013


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15 Saluda Dam Road, 29611


(864) 241-1147


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13009 S. Radio Road, 29678


(864) 882-8698


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2133 Gentry Memorial Highway, 29671


(864) 878-1396


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1711 Ascauga Lake Road, 29841


(803) 279-6659


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610 Arlington Road, 29651


(864) 801-9375


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1755 Richland Ave., 29801


(803) 641-7752


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1625 Southport Road, 29306


(864) 594-4940


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1016 Broad Stone Road, 29063


(803) 749-9041


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1161 Kincaide Bridge Road, 29180


(803) 635-6291


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CDL Driving

The driving test that every applicant must pass to access to the Commercial Drivers License may vary according to the State where it is issued. In general, the applicant must have practice hours that can be obtained through a program focused on teaching special abilities and maneuvers to trailer truck drivers.

This way, the operation of this vehicle becomes safer, and apart from this, the driver learns how to read maps and how to plan trips among other information. This type of vial education is a lot more completed and advanced than the one required for a regular drivers license. Actually, there are a large number of CDL Schools in the States, and also, a lot of truck companies own their own schools.

The driving test also requires the performance of some maneuvers that the driver must perform in the vehicle he or she wants to drive or a similar one with all the same equipment.

The drivers of commercial vehicles must prove that they are eligible at a physical level to drive these kind of vehicles, therefore, after the test is passed, he or she will have to be examined by a certified doctor from the Registry of Certified Medical Examiners, who will enable the driver before the Motorized Vehicles Office.



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