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COMMERCIAL DRIVER LICENSE TESTS
You will have to take one or more knowledge tests, depending on
what class of license and what endorsements you need. The CDL
knowledge tests include:
The general knowledge test, taken by all applicants.
The passenger transport test, taken by all bus driver applicants.
The air brakes test, which you must take if your vehicle has air
The combination vehicles test, which is required if you want to
drive combination vehicles.
The Hazardous Materials Test, required if you want to haul hazardous
material or waste in amounts which require placarding.
The Tanker Test, required if you want to haul liquids in bulk.
The Doubles/Triples Test, required if you want to pull double
or triple trailers.
School Bus Test, required if you want to drive vehicles designated
as school buses.
Pre-Trip vehicle inspection test, taken by all Class A and B applicants.
For information concerning the Pre- Trip inspection test, refer
to Sections 2 and 11.
If you pass the required knowledge test(s), you can take the CDL
skills tests. There are two types of general skills that will
be tested: basic vehicle control and on-road driving. You must
take these tests in the type of vehicle for which you wish to
Basic Vehicle Control. You will be tested on your skill to control
the vehicle. You will be asked to move your vehicle forward, backward,
and turn it within a defined area. These areas may be marked with
traffic lanes, cones, barriers, or something similar. The examiner
will tell you how each control test is to be done. Section 11
of this manual explains more about this test.
On-Road Test. You will be tested on your skill to safely drive
your vehicle in a variety of traffic situations. The situations
may include left and right turns, intersections, railway crossings,
curves, up and down grades, single or multi-lane roads, streets,
or highways. The examiner will tell you where to drive. Section
12 of this manual explains more about this test.