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Every person who operates a motor vehicle which is designed as being in either Class A, B, C, D, or E , before driving or operating any such motor vehicle on any public street, road, or highway of this State, shall secure from the Department an appropriately classified driver's license with all necessary endorsements.
There shall be three general types of driver's licenses: the "Personal Vehicle Driver's License" (Class E); the "Chauffeurs Driver's License" (Class D); and the "Commercial Driver's License" (Classes A, B, and C).
- The only driver's license required of a full-time, regularly-paid operator or volunteer of an emergency medical vehicle or fire-fighting equipment unit employed by a municipality, parish, fire protection district, or other political subdivision of this State, or civilian employees of the U.S. military who are required to operate emergency vehicles, shall be a Class E driver's license when operating such vehicle or equipment unit in the course and scope of his employment. However, if a driver is employed by a private EMS service, he will have to secure a Class D license.
- The only license required for military personnel on active duty driving a military vehicle will be a Class E license. This includes National Guard and Reserve personnel while on duty and is valid only for operation of military vehicles.
- The only license required for farmers and their employees will be a Class E license as long as they are operating within 150 air miles of the owner or operator's farm. A farmer may transport agricultural products, farm machinery, farm supplies, agricultural crop production fertilizers, agricultural chemicals, or agricultural related fuels found to be hazardous under the provisions of the Hazardous Materials Transportation Act which requires the motor vehicle to bear a placard.
- The only license required for someone operating a recreational vehicle for personal use will be a Class E license.
NOTE: A driver's license or motorcycle endorsement is not required for the operation of motor scooters or mopeds as these vehicles are not equipped for road or highway use.