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ok so i need air endorcement for my class 5 for and upcoming job. what is the fastest, cheapest, and bestest way to aquire this.
Same but 6 years ago through North Shore in Bby. Sat and Sun - 8-4 in the classroom. After Sunday's class, 5-7:30 (depending on how many need it), you do a pre-trip. Once you pass, they give you a form/certificate. You bring it in to the MVB and they change your license (can't remember if there's a fee).Yup mine was a 2 day course through North Shore Driving School . That was 16 years ago. It's a no brainer sass. The hardest part was remembering in what order to do the in cab air pre trip.
The instructor is required to go through set course material as dictated by ICBC. So yes it can be boring. It really depends on the class you're in and the instructor. My class was fairly intelligent and not a lot of dumb questions got asked (aside from mine of course :clown). I can't say it was fun but I learned a bunch and feel much better about playing with the air brakes and the related bits than I did before the course.Is the course really that bad?? Im taking the commercial transport mechanic course at BCIT this summer and air brakes is part of the course and we get our endorsement through the course..