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CDL School Bus Endorsement S Practice Test -2

Our Free CDL Practices Tests are designed to help you pass your CDL School Bus Endorsement Test on the first try. This practice tests has 25 multiple choice questions each question is designed to help you learn the material in the CDL Handbook.
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School Bus CDL Endorsement Practice Test

A rewarding career driving a school bus is just around the corner with our FREE online CDL practice test for your school bus endorsement! Use this up-to-date practice exam to test your knowledge of the specific “S” endorsement information you’ll be expected to know for your CDL endorsement DMV exam. You’ll study the most accurate, up-to-date federal and state-specific information from the same source your DMV uses to create your CDL tests.

Our free practice tests are expertly designed to foster fast, efficient learning. Over 25 multiple-choice questions, you’ll be quizzed on topics pertaining to federal safety laws when transporting children, state driving regulations for school buses, and more. Real-time feedback includes detailed explanations of each answer as well as info on where to find more detail for further study. The multiple-choice format also gives you a preview of the structure of your actual school bus endorsement exam. And since this test is completely free and available 24/7, you can take it as frequently as you wish to make sure you’re fully ready to ace your CDL “S” endorsement exam.

School Bus CDL Endorsement Practice Test FAQs:

What questions are on the school bus “S” endorsement test?

Your CDL school bus endorsement exam will include questions on safely loading and unloading children, how to operate the bus in traffic when transporting children, state-specific traffic regulations for school buses, and more.

What class of CDL do I need with a school bus endorsement?

You must have a Class B commercial driver’s license to add a CDL endorsement.

Do I need both a school bus endorsement and a passenger endorsement?

You only need an “S” endorsement to drive a school bus. You do not need to also obtain a passenger endorsement, although a “P” endorsement allows you to drive a school bus as long as you are not transporting students to and from school activities as your passengers.

[permit_quiz:state:entity:title] [permit_quiz:state:entity:field_agency_shortname] Sample Test Questions

Buses may carry what types of hazardous materials?
  • Small-arms ammunition labeled ORM-D.
  • Emergency hospital supplies.
  • Certain drugs.
  • All of the listed answers.
During an emergency, if there are older students on the bus, you should __________.
  • You should remove the students one by one.
  • Explain emergency evacuation procedures to all students.
  • Assign two of the smartest children to an emergency exit.
  • None of the listed answers.
During which of the following emergency situations, should you evacuate the bus?
  • The bus is on fire.
  • The bus is stalled on a railroad-highway crossing.
  • There is an imminent danger of collision.
  • All of the listed answers.
If there is a risk from spilled hazardous materials, you should lead students how many ft. upwind of the bus?
  • 100 ft.
  • 300 ft.
  • 200 ft.
  • 50 ft.
If your bus has a standee line that means passengers can ________.
  • Not stand.
  • Stand behind the line.
  • Stand with the bus driver's permission.
  • Stand in front of the line.