Practice Tests for All CDL Endorsements
If you’re looking to expand your commercial driving career, multiple endorsements will set you up for success—and so will our FREE online CDL endorsement practice tests. From operating a school bus or city bus to driving triple trailers and tankers, we’ll help you hone your skills through targeted study methods proven to enhance your memory, making it easy to ace your exams on the first try.
Study questions across a variety of endorsement types, with a multiple-choice format that mimics the structure of your actual DMV CDL exam. You’ll find questions on air brakes, hazardous materials (HAZMAT), passenger vehicles, and more. All questions and answers are taken directly from the FMCSA and state-specific CDL manuals, with detailed explanations that provide context for what you’re learning. Real-time feedback lets you know exactly which questions you’ve answered correctly and which ones you’ve missed. This helps you target the topics you need to study further so you can get them memorized before taking your CDL exam. And since our CDL endorsement practice tests are FREE, you can retake this as many times as necessary (and on your own schedule!) to become a confident commercial driver.
CDL Endorsements Practice Tests FAQs:
What CDL endorsements are there?
CDL endorsements include: “S” school bus endorsement; “P” passenger endorsement; “H” HAZMAT endorsement; “N” tank vehicle endorsement; “X” tanker/HAZMAT combo endorsement; “T” double/triple trailer endorsement.
How many commercial driver’s license endorsements can I have?
There’s no limit to the number of CDL endorsements you can carry. You can earn as many as necessary to drive the types of vehicles you wish.
What CDL class 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.