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CDL Passenger Endorsement P Practice Test

Pass the CDL Passenger Endorsement Test on your very first try! Take our FREE Practice Test for the ultimate test preparation. Our practice tests have 25 multiple choice questions straight from the handbook and give immediate feedback.

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CDL Passenger Endorsement Practice Test

Carrying passengers is a major responsibility, which is why earning your CDL “P” endorsement isn’t easy. But we’ll make it a stress-free experience with our free CDL passenger endorsement practice test! A “P” passenger endorsement allows you to drive multiple times of vehicles with 16 passengers or more, such as city buses, airport shuttles, tour buses, and more. Our free passenger endorsement practice test helps ensure you know the necessary state and federal laws and safety requirements to carry large groups safely and responsibly.

Our “P” endorsement practice test includes 25 commercial-specific questions taken directly from the most recent and up-to-date FMCSA regulations for passenger endorsements. To earn a passing score of at least 80%, you must answer at least 20 questions correctly. Real-time feedback shows how you’re progressing, including explanations with each answer. Plus, the multiple-choice format gives you a feel for the experience of taking the actual passenger endorsement test. At the end, you’ll get a review of your exam so you can see where you need more study and which topics you already have down pat. Retake this test as many times as you need to feel fully confident earning your “P” CDL endorsement on the first try!

CDL Passenger Endorsement Practice Test FAQs:

How do I get a passenger endorsement in my state?

To get a passenger endorsement on your CDL, you’ll first need to pass the general CDL knowledge exam. Then you must pass the passenger endorsement exam, which tests your knowledge and capability to transport passengers safely.

Who needs a CDL passenger endorsement?

In most states, you need a passenger endorsement if you’re looking to drive vehicles capable of transporting at least 16 people. Some states require a passenger endorsement for driving vehicles with smaller capacities. Your state CDL manual will have details specific to your DMV.

What commercial vehicles require a passenger CDL endorsement?

Examples of vehicles that require a passenger endorsement on your CDL include charter buses, city buses, limousines, tour buses, and school buses (which often have their own “S” endorsement to apply for).

CDL Sample Test Questions

As a bus driver you are not allowed to carry __________.
  • Labeled radioactive materials in the spaces occupied by people.
  • Water.
  • Small-arms ammunition label ORM-D
  • Emergency hospital supplies.
As you are checking your hydraulic brakes, you should pump the brake pedal three times and then hold it for how many seconds?
  • 30 seconds.
  • 5 seconds.
  • 10 seconds.
  • 15 seconds.
  • 23 seconds.
Bus drivers can carry small amounts of certain hazardous materials. However, the total amount of hazardous materials should not exceed what amount?
  • 100 lbs.
  • 500 lbs.
  • 50 lbs.
  • 25 lbs.
  • 250 lbs.
Bus drivers cannot carry more than _______ lbs. of solid Class 6 poisons.
  • 25
  • 50
  • 100
  • 75
  • 15
How many versions of the Class B Pre-trip inspection test are there?
  • One.
  • Five.
  • Three.
  • Six.
  • Two.


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