A class B CDL license permites a driver to operate commercial trucks and cargo area with a combined weight of 26,000 pounds or more. It also allows you to drive trucks with a towed cargo that weights less than 10,000 pounds.
Some vehicle examples you are able to operate with a Class B CDL:
- Tow trucks
- Dump trucks or yuke dump trucks
- Delivery trucks
- Flatbed / lowboy trailers to haul heavy equipment
- Utility trucks
- With additional testing – school buses, special-purpose vehicles, commercial buses, farm vehicles, and fire engines
To find a Class B CDL job in your area I recommend a job search on a website like Indeed.com. This website collects job postings from large job posting sites (like Monster and Career Builder), company career pages, job posts on Twitter, and from companies that post directly on the indeed website. I wish you the best in your job search.