No. ELDT is included with the contract for existing clients. This holds true for those who choose to become a client in the future.
As long as the CDL is valid, the driver will not need to complete ELDT unless they are trying to move from a Class B to Class A CDL, or they are trying to obtain an endorsement for the first time.
Only the endorsement training is required if the driver has a valid CDL.
We are updating our training materials to meet new FMCSA requirements, so the training will cover everything you need for ELDT.
This will vary from 5-10 minutes for each video.
Tests are at the end of each training video, and scores are counted towards the needed 80% for passing.
Yes, the tests are online and you can see how you did immediately after completing them.
A certificate is automatically generated by the Infinit-I system for your documentation and training data will be sent to the Training Provider Registry.
At this time, that is not required. The driver has access to content certificates through the classroom and the admins will have access to assignment certificates. The Training Provider Registry will archive training data in their system. If a driver has a CDL or any endorsements, they have already completed the training.
Class A is still superior, which allows you to drive any commercial motor vehicle below that class. Depending on your needs, you may still need to complete one of the endorsement trainings.
As long as you have a valid CDL, there is no requirement to complete ELDT again.
Everything you’re required to do now, you’re still required to do until February 2022. After this date, the new ELDT requirements will replace previous ones. You will still be required to do driving tests just like before.
This will vary by state, but you can renew a CLP for certain lengths of time.
No. As long as they complete the skills test before their permit expires, they will not be required to complete the ELDT curriculum.
Most of the people involved in the regulations are adamant about making it happen. Even if it is pushed back, it’s still a good idea to prepare for it.
Each state is required to meet federal mandates, but they can add other regulations if they decide to.
All material will be available by January 31, 2022.
There is no regulatory requirement to do so, but from a safety standpoint, it is a good idea.
Yes, you can see how much time each user in your organization spends on training.
There will be base templates set up for each ELDT program so it can be assigned without confusion.
We recommend that you complete training prior to scheduling the skills test, but you can contact your state licensing agency to learn their process.
Yes. We have packages for single and multiple use ELDT licenses.
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You can register to be your own training provider at www.tpr.fmcsa.dot.gov