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Need to Pass your CDL Passenger Endorsement Test! Then start here with FREE Practice Tests for Commercial Drivers. Our practice tests are designed to help you learn the material in the CDL Handbook, Each question is multiple choice and will provide instant feedback.
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“P” Passenger Endorsement Practice Test

Ready to take the next step in your career as a commercial driver? Earn your passenger “P” endorsement with help from our free online CDL endorsement practice tests! This test is designed specifically around the CDL passenger endorsement, which you’ll need to drive vehicles like tour and charter buses, city buses, limousines, and more.

Your “P” endorsement practice test has 25 multiple-choice questions and answers pulled directly from federal and state source material that your DMV uses to design its CDL endorsement exam. We review our test regularly to ensure you have the most accurate and up-to-date information. You’ll benefit from instant results and feedback in real time, with a comprehensive review of any missed answers and details on where to find more information to further study. You’ll be able to pinpoint your strengths and weaknesses in your knowledge, so you can strategically tackle your studying to address gaps and ensure you’re prepared for your actual CDL endorsement exam. Retake this test as many times as you need to feel fully confident earning your passenger endorsement on the first try!

“P” 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.

Can I drive school buses with a “P” endorsement?

You may drive a school bus with a passenger endorsement, but only if you are NOT transporting students to or from a school-sanctioned activity. To transport students as your passengers, you must have an “S” school bus endorsement.

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.

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 a bus driver, you need to remember ______.
  • The size of the gap your bus needs to accelerate and merge with traffic.
  • The clearance your bus needs.
  • Watch for poles and tree limbs at stops.
  • All of the listed answers.
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.
Buses may carry what types of hazardous materials?
  • Small-arms ammunition labeled ORM-D.
  • Emergency hospital supplies.
  • Certain drugs.
  • All of the listed answers.


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