Can a CDL Holder Drive a Tesla Semi-Truck?

It is not necessary to have a CDL (Commercial Driver's License) to operate a Tesla Semi.

Since the Semi truck is electric and not powered by diesel, it does not have a manual transmission.

Drivers of the Tesla Semi will not have to worry about shifting gears thanks to Autopilot and Advanced Summon.   

Instead, they'll need proficiency in driving fundamentals including acceleration, deceleration, and directional changes.

Regular drivers can operate the Tesla Semi securely thanks to the Autopilot system, despite the vehicle's appearance.

When driving a Tesla Semi, drivers can keep tabs on their vehicle's performance thanks to the air suspension and various screens.

Due to the fact that the Tesla Semi does not necessitate a CDL, it opens up the trucking industry to a wider pool of potential drivers.