All CDL Practice Tests
Find all of our CDL practice tests below. Pick which subject you want to practice. Make sure to review the answer explanations at the end of each exam.
CDL General Knowledge
- CDL General Knowledge Practice Test 1
- CDL General Knowledge Practice Test 2
- CDL General Knowledge Practice Test 3
- CDL General Knowledge Practice Test 4
CDL School Bus
CDL Air Brakes
- CDL Air Brakes Practice Test 1
- CDL Air Brakes Practice Test 2
- CDL Air Brakes Practice Test 3
- CDL Air Brakes Practice Test 4
- CDL Air Brakes Practice Test 5
CDL Doubles and Triples
If you want some additional help with prepping for the CDL, consider using a CDL prep course.
Other CDL Practice Tests and Prep Materials
Along with the CDL study materials above, we have also listed some resources below.
Use these resources with our resources above to ensure that you pass your exam the first time.
|CDL General Knowledge Flashcards
|316 flashcards reviewing CDL general knowledge topics.
|CDL Hazmat Flashcards
|50 flashcards reviewing CDL hazmat topics.
|CDL Tanker Flashcards
|70 flashcards reviewing CDL tanker topics.
|CDL Air Brakes Flashcards
|81 flashcards reviewing CDL air brake topics.
|CDL Combination Vehicles Flashcards
|70 flahcards reviewing CDL combination vehicle topics.
|CDL Doubles/Triples Flashcards
|40 flashcards reviewing CDL doubles and triples topics.
|CDL Passenger Transport Flashcards
|100 flashcards reviewing CDL passenger transport topics.
What is a Commercial Driving License?
CDL stands for commercial driver’s license. If you wish to operate a commercial motor vehicle (CMV), you will need to have your CDL.
There are 3 classes of CDL:
- Class A (Combination Vehicles) – Example would include tractor trailers.
- Class B (Heavy Straight Vehicles) – Example would include transit busses.
- Class C (Small Vehicles) – Example would include any vehicle used to transport 16 or more passengers or to transport hazardous materials.
The diagram below can be used to help you determine which class of CDL license you will need.
Overview of CDL Endorsements
In addition to earning your CDL license, you can also earn endorsements. These endorsements allow you to operate certain vehicles.
The more endorsements you have, the more opportunities you will have. View the table below for the different endorsements available.
|CDL Air Brake
|CDL Doubles and Triples
|CDL School Bus
Please note that the CDL general knowledge test is not listed in the table above. It is technically not an endorsement. However, it is the first test you will have to complete to earn your CDL.
You can learn more here.
Getting a CDL
In general you will need to do the following to earn your CDL:
- Be 18+
- Have a driver’s license in the state you are applying
- Pass the CDL written knowledge test
- Get a physical and pass your medical exam
- Get fingerprints taken
- Go to DMV to pay fees and pass the skills test
About Our CDL Practice Questions
Our CDL prep covers all the topics that you may be tested on when taking the actual CDL exam. Every practice exam includes multiple choice questions, automatic scoring, and detailed answer explanations.
We have split our practice tests up into different categories – just like the actual exam. You will find multiple practice exams for each category.
These exams are perfect to implement along with a CDL study guide. You can test your knowledge and see what you know, and what you do not know.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does your free CDL practice test cover the subjects tested on the actual exam?
Yes. We offer practice exams for all the subjects tested on the actual CDL test. We have even split the exams up into the same categories that you will find on the actual exam.
How many times should I take the practice exams?
We recommend taking the practice exams until you are comfortable with the material. You can use the CDL test questions and answers to become familiar with the format of the exam.
Does everyone have to take the CDL general knowledge test?
Yes, everyone who wants to earn a CDL license, regardless of class, will have to take and pass the general knowledge exam. Other exams will depend on your class and which endorsements you need or want.