CDL HazMat Practice Test

Use our CDL HazMat practice test below to help study for your exam. Passing the HazMat test is important for Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) operators who wish to transport hazardous materials.

You will find HazMat test questions that cover subjects you may be tested on when taking your actual exam.

Summary: Take our free HazMat practice test below to begin your studies. If you want to focus on other subjects, visit our CDL practice test home.

HazMat Practice Test

We have included 2 practice tests for you to use below. These exams can be used as part of your HazMat study guide.

Make sure to review the answer explanations at the end of each exam to help you understand important concepts.

If you are looking for practice exams for other CDL endorsement tests, visit our CDL practice test home.

You can also use CDL flashcards to prepare.

CDL HazMat Test Overview

The CDL HazMat test is taken by commercial truck drivers to obtain their hazardous materials endorsement for their CDL.

This endorsement allows drivers to transport materials which have been deemed “hazardous” according to government regulations, including:

  1. Gases
  2. Explosives
  3. Flammable or combustible liquids
  4. Any other materials that may cause harm

The HazMat endorsement test will vary from state to state but you can generally expect to find the following:

  1. 30 total questions
  2. Multiple-choice format
  3. Need an 80% to pass (24 questions answered correctly)

CDL HazMat overview

Want to practice for another CDL endorsement test? Use our free CDL practice test to prepare.

HazMat Endorsement Test FAQs

Typically, there will be 30 total questions on the exam. This can vary depending on your state.

Typically, you will need to score 80% or higher to pass the exam. This can vary depending on your state. If your state gives 30 questions on the exam, you will need to answer 24+ questions correctly.

According to government regulations, hazardous materials include gases, explosives, flammable or combustible liquids, and any other materials that may cause harm.

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