jfaulkner Posted January 19, 2017 Report Share Posted January 19, 2017 Been full timing for 16 years driving an International 4700 MDT with Florida registration using standard drivers license. Decided to stop full timing and change resident to Arizona. Went to DMV in Yuma, AZ to change registration and drivers license. They were adamant that a CDL was required. Not only that, but in my driving test using my MDT, I could not tow my fiver. I had to locate a flat bed trailer to tow. Have decided for the time being to to stay with Florida. Anyone else registered a MDT in Arizona? Jer UPDATE In AZ, if you are registering a truck that has a GVWR of 20,001 lbs or higher, you are required to have a CDL. As it turns out, when Weirs converted my "cab/chassis" truck to a "RV Hauler", they re-certified the truck to a GVWR of 20,000 lbs instead of 20,001 lbs and placed a sticker on the driver's side door jam. I had never noticed this change. Florida did not ask when I registered my truck there. I took a picture of the sticker and showed it to DMV personnel. My wife and I are now Arizonans with AZ Drivers License and have our car, truck and fiver registered in Arizona. Jer Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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