Asked by: Pansy Larrañaga
asked in category: General Last Updated: 31st January, 2020

What is L restriction on CDL?

A Code L restriction on your commercial driver's license or commercial learner's permit (CLP) means you cannot operate a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) that has air brakes if the vehicle used during the road test was not equipped with air brakes.

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Similarly, what is an L restriction?

An L restriction prohibits the the operation of a vehicle with a full air brake system. If the skills test isn't taken with a full air brake system, air brake systems aren't properly checked, or air brake system components aren't properly identified, an L restriction will be issued.

Also Know, what is restriction code G? It basically means the driver is under 18. Drivers in Texas under the age of 18 may not: use a cell phone/pager/tablet while driving (not even handsfree) drive between midnight and 5 AM unless they're going to work, school, or the ER (or they're riding a motorcycle in sight of a parent or guardian)

Accordingly, what is an L restriction on CDL?

A Code L restriction on your commercial driver's license or commercial learner's permit (CLP) means you cannot operate a commercial motor vehicle (CMV) that has air brakes if the vehicle used during the road test was not equipped with air brakes.

How do you remove air brake restrictions?

To remove this restriction from a CDL license, the driver must pass the air brakes written exam, purchase a CDL permit with the restriction removed, pass a full driving skills test in a vehicle equipped with air brakes and purchase a new CDL. All normal fees apply.

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