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Commercial Class A Drivers License Practice Test -5

Pass your CDL Class A Test with ease. Start here by taking this Free 25 question practice test, every question and answer is straight out of the Commercial Drivers License Handbook.

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CDL Class A Commercial Permit Practice Test 5

Are you looking for a career offering job security, steady pay, as well as on-the-job training and education? If you are, a trucking career is an excellent choice. And what better way to kick start this career than to obtain a Class A Commercial Driving Permit?

With this permit and some additional endorsements, you will become unstoppable. While the first year may be pretty tough as you get accustomed to the job and the truck you drive, the long-term payoffs after that are unimaginable. What's more, they just keep on flowing even when your cup is full.

Some of the common challenges you may need to brace yourself for in your first year as a truck driver are finding your delivery locations and maneuvering your assigned truck in cities or towns with narrow streets and low bridges. However, thanks to technological advancements, it is now easier for truck drivers to plan and anticipate their driving routes well in advance using GPS locators.

But what's the price of getting into this prestigious industry? Well, you have to begin in the classroom. You must pass both a written knowledge test and skills test to convince the DMV you know what it takes to become a professional truck driver.

Nonetheless, passing the written test is not automatic if you don't adequately prepare. Preparation is free of charge and is what brings you closer to the career of your dreams. All you have to do is seize the opportunity the moment it presents itself.

Take our free Knowledge Practice Test as many times as you want and boost your scores before heading into the DMV ring for the real thing. You will be glad you did once you see how fast and effortlessly you obtained your Class A CDL.

What should I know as a trucking beginner?

As highlighted above, the first year of your trucking career may not be an exceptionally smooth one. But that's what prepares you for a steady rise, right? So, you must be willing to remain tough and take it all in.

Here are a few pointers:

  • Focus on amassing experience. Want the best trucking job? Experience is the key to unlocking it. Build on it as early in your career as possible. You'll also earn more in the process.
  • Be positive throughout your training. You will probably be assigned a driver trainer on the job. Be intentional about learning all you can from them. Endure the process.
  • Minimize accidents. Getting accustomed to your truck may not be easy, but you must strive to minimize the chances of accidents. Keep your driving record clean.
  • Get used to being away from home. Traversing the country may take up to several weeks on the road. It can be lonely for you, which means that you must also prepare your family for it.
  • Stay focused on your goals. Always remember why you started and don't accept getting distracted by how challenging your experience is. Your goal is to gain trucking experience and begin climbing the ladder.

CDL Sample Test Questions

A flapping cover can tear loose and possibly block your view or someone else's. It's important then that you ________.
  • Never use cargo covers.
  • Drive very slowly.
  • Use your mirrors to check your covered cargo.
  • Ignore posted speed limits.
Antilock brake system is required on all trailers and converter dollies built after what year?
  • 1998
  • 2000
  • 2005
  • 1975
As a driver hauling cargo, you are responsible for ______.
  • Knowing your cargo is secured properly.
  • Inspecting your cargo.
  • Recognizing when your vehicle is overloaded.
  • All of the listed answers.
During the basic vehicle control portion of the skills test, you will be asked to __________.
  • Demonstrate your ability to drive your vehicle in a variety of traffic situations.
  • Move your vehicle forward, back and turn it within a defined area.
  • To fix your vehicle's engine.
  • Demonstrate that your vehicle is safe to drive.
Every ____ miles (or every three hours, whichever comes first), you should make sure the cargo is secure.
  • 50
  • 250
  • 225
  • 150


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