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All the stuff about 18,000 lbs went away several years ago in NYS. NY now follows the regular federal CDL regs; 26K or less straight truck you do not need a CDL, a regular Class D will suffice. If pulling a trailer over 10K AND total combination is over 26K you need the Class A CDL. If trailer is 10K or less you can pull it with any truck up to 26K and not need a CDL. If trailer is over 10K but total combination is 26K or less you do not need a CDL in NYS.
|cdl1111 said: (quoted from post at 13:25:06 07/20/12) NYS|
If the towing vehicle is under 18,000 GVW and the combined GCVW is under 26,000 you don't generally need a CDL
If you have a CDL you need an extra endorsment if your towing a traler over 10,000 GVW.
NY is one of the many states that requires DOT registration and numbers for any truck over 10K that is used commercially, even if only operating in-state (intrastate). This applies to farmers, tow trucks, etc, anything used in a business.
This post was edited by Anthony at 10:40:44 07/22/12.
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