I ran into a few roadblocks because I found that the only way to get passenger endorsement on a class A, B, or C license is to be employed by a company that trains you for the earning of a passenger endorsement.
No problem, but I feel there should be a way to do it if:
A) you have a class A license
B) you are able to bring a commercial passenger vehicle to a Road Test.
It seems impossible according to today's laws/ standards.
(I'm sure there are some reasons the laws were made)
1) Can it be possible that the passenger endorsement part of the test is
just a "written" test as long as you bring a commercial vehicle to the Road Test?
2) If I go to a reputable CDL school and get my CDL class A there, will I still have no way of taking a passenger endorsement Road Test? Because a big rig is in no way a "passenger" vehicle?
3) The fact that one must supply his own commercial passenger vehicle for a passenger endorsement means that I will be stuck?
4) I think it is against any company's insurance policy to rent out a commercial vehicle, and this is also why companies charter the vehicles.
This also makes any attempt at taking the Road test with a rented commercial passenger vehicle, an impossibility.
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