Frontier Cooperative offers third-party CDL (Commercial Driver's License) testing out of its home office located in Brainard, Nebr. Frontier Coop is authorized as a third-party tester, as overseen by the requirements set forth by the NDMV (Nebraska Department of Motor Vehicles).
Obtaining a CDL with the State of Nebraska is a multi-step process. Applicants must first contact their local DMV to provide all necessary documentation, complete a vision test, complete the CLP (Commercial Learner's Permit) and CDL forms, and take the written exam. Once applicants pass the written exam and obtain a CLP, the NDMV require CLP holders to wait 14 days until taking the basic skills and driving tests.
Frontier Coop is authorized to perform the following tests:
Basic Controls Skills
On-Road Driving Test
Frontier offers the third-party testing services to Frontier employees at no cost. CDL testing is offered to outside parties for a fee, which includes two attempts. Frontier Coop employees are allowed to use company vehicles for their testing, while outside parties must bring their own vehicle that represents the type of CDL for which they are applying.
Futures: at least 10 minute delayed. Information is provided 'as is' and solely for informational