Practice Tests for All CDL Endorsements
If you’re applying for multiple endorsements for your CDL career, this is the perfect place for you. Whether you’re looking to drive a tanker truck, a school bus, a triple-trailer, or a vehicle equipped with air brakes, you’ll need a special endorsement on your commercial driver’s license to do it. Earning your CDL is already complicated enough—but these FREE CDL endorsement practice tests make it much easier by helping you focus your study where you need it the most!
We have free 25-question practice exams for all CDL endorsements, including those air brakes, HAZMAT, passengers, double and triple trailers, school bus, and tank vehicle endorsements. Choose which endorsements you need and quiz yourself with real-time feedback, so you know where you’re strongest and where you need more focus. These endorsement practice tests are multiple-choice, offering a feel for your actual CDL endorsement exams, with the most up-to-date information taken from the federal commercial driver’s license laws. You’ll also get reference information, so you know exactly where the information lives in your the CDL handbook. Take your practice tests as many times as you need to fully prep yourself before your test… even while you wait at the DMV for your appointment!
CDL Endorsements Practice Tests FAQs:
What CDL endorsements do I need?
The specific CDL endorsements you should apply for are dependent on your class of CDL and what type of driving your job requires you to do. For example, if you’re carrying 16 or more passengers, you’ll need a “P” endorsement—but if you’re driving a school bus, you’ll need an “S” endorsement. If you haven’t yet earned your CDL but you’re already employed, your employer will tell you which endorsements you need. If you’re looking to earn a CDL to make yourself more marketable, research the type of driving you wish to do and decide on endorsements from there.
Can I have more than one commercial license endorsement?
Yes, you can have multiple CDL endorsements depending on what truck you’re driving and what cargo you’re carrying.
What class of CDL do I need?
Your CDL class depends on what type of vehicle you’ll be driving. Class A CDLs cover any combination of vehicles that together weigh 26,001 pounds or more with the towed vehicle being heavier than 10,000 pounds; a Class B CDL covers a single vehicle weighing 26,001 points or heavier or to tow a vehicle weighing 10,000 pounds or less; a Class C CDL is required for carrying HAZMAT or driving passenger vehicles, as well as any other vehicle not covered by a Class A or B license.