Look up the CDL Licensing requirements for new residents of that state & call & see what they tell you. Don't be surprised if you end up retaking ALL of your written tests for the state that you're moving to.
That varies from state to state greatly. When I moved to IN I even had to take the regular drivers license test...lol you'll have to get in touch with the dmv there to figure out what you'll need to do.
Had to retake the Hazmat test when I transferred my Florida CDL to CT (even though the state website made it out like I wouldn't have to). They didn't really seem to have a clue at the DMV. I was lucky to have kept my TSA clearance letter, and have it on hand. At first they were trying to tell me I needed to get printed and go through the background check again. :roll: Hopefully the employees in your state are a bit more competent.
I do have to retake my tests (I just moved to IL), so I've been brushing up with the IL study guide. I don't yet have hazmat but I need it for my new company- I guess it's just as well that I didn't get it before I moved here.
The local DMV did have a dedicated CDL holder's window with no need to take a number - it was kind of nice to have that little perk.
When I moved to california I had to take all of the written tests, even the test for a regular vehicle...fortunately I passed it and all was good.
But I believe when I move back to WY in the next few weeks, I believe all I have to do is pay, and probably take the hazmat and do the finger printing since it expires in Nov. of this year anyways :roll:
make shure you take a good look at your license before you leave the dmv. when i did this in texas last year they forgot my tanker endorsement and also my motorcycle licence. i was glad i looked before i left.