During roofing work, roofing contracting companies use a wide
variety of motor vehicles to transport workers, materials and
equipment to job sites. Depending on a project's nature and
vehicles' sizes and contents, a roofing contractor's motor vehicles
and the drivers he or she employs may be regulated by the
Department of Transportation Federal Motor Carrier Safety
You likely are aware of most FMCSA regulations. However, some
regulations may not be as well-known, and the consequences of
noncompliance can be significant.
A commercial driver's license (CDL) is a special license issued
by individual states based on minimum FMCSA qualification standards
that allows a driver to operate large trucks and buses. Drivers of
certain commercial motor vehicles (CMVs) may obtain special
endorsements to their CDLs by passing additional tests authorizing
them, for example, to drive tanker vehicles or transport...
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