CDL Vermont  Connecting Drivers & Employers


Need Drivers?  Want to Drive?

You found us.

CDL Vermont is an online collaborative where employers can learn about opportunities to hire drivers from other industries that have seasonal demands. It's where companies can post opportunities for CDL holders who want to work in Vermont. It's a resource on employment law, worker's compensation and unemployment insurance, as well as information on licensing, testing, and background check services for hazmat endorsements.

The shortage of truck drivers is being felt across the country— the American Trucking Association puts the shortage at 50,000 today and getting much worse in the near term.

Where are all the drivers? There are 21,814 Vermonters with a Class A or Class B Commercial Driver’s License, but only 1200 of these drivers (less than 6%) have a Hazardous Materials Endorsement.

In Vermont, with an unemployment rate of less than 3% and zero population growth, the shortage is not easily fixed. That’s why the Vermont Fuel Dealers Association, the Association of Genreal Conytractors, the Vermont Department of Labor, Department of Motor Vehicles and Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) are working together to address this challenge.

This website serves as online clearinghouse of information where employers and CDL operators can post information and learn about opportunities.

Vermont Department of Labor Fact Sheet: Understanding Seasonal Workforce Solutions and Shared Employees

Click here to download.

Form Switch   The DOT Medical Examiner's Certificates and Forms have changed. Certified medical examiners must use the NEW forms when completing a DOT physical. The only element that changed on the new card and report is the expiration date, all other pieces and places for information remain the same. The new form can be found at tinyurl.com/cdlmedform.  This change is effective immediately.

Need to enroll in a CDL Drug and Alcohol Testing Program?  CLICK HERE

Need a Background Check for a Hazmat Endorsement?  CLICK HERE

Did You Know…….

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) allows qualifying military veterans to bypass the road skills test required to obtain a commercial driver's license (CDL). In order to qualify for the veteran skills test waiver, you must meet certain requirements outlined by the federal government. These include military truck driving experience of at least 2 years. More information here.

CDL Vermont is a collaborative effort by the Associated General Contractors of Vermont

and the Vermont Fuel Dealers Association.

Contact us at info@vermontfuel.com

if you would like to join this effort.