Pre-Trip Inspections (Straight Truck)
CDL Pre-Trip Inspection [Straight Truck]. The purpose of this inspection is to make sure the vehicle is safe to operate, and to see if you have the. The Pre Trip Inspection Test is one of the more difficult parts of the CDL exam due to the amount of memorization involved and the extreme importance of knowing each and every part and each safety point implicitly. However, it is absolutely necessary in order to ensure the safety of the driver and the other passengers on the road.
The Transporting Passengers Endorsement is required for drivers who will be operating vehicles such as buses, taxis, service buses (handicap buses, factory buses, church buses, etc.), limousines, airport shuttles and the like. In order to obtain a passenger endorsement, it is necessary to pass the CDL General Knowledge Test and the CDL Passenger Test. In the event the vehicle has air brakes it will also be necessary to pass the Air Brakes Endorsement Test. All of our practice tests can help you to pass the actual DMV tests in these areas.(0 reviews)
Pre-Trip Inspections (School Bus)
This CDL practice test is a great place to start if you’re after the ME Pre-Trip Inspection endorsement. Our school bus CDL endorsement practice test has questions and answers designed to check your understanding of the safe operation & inspection of a school bus.(0 reviews)
Combination Vehicles are those of a heavier and greater size, such as tractor trailers, double- and triple-wide, straight trucks with trailers, etc., which therefore require a more intensive level of driving skill that standard commercial vehicles. Our CDL Combination Practice Test provides you with all the information you will need to pass the DMV’s test. It is also recommended when working towards your Combination Vehicles license that you also study the information required for the double- and triple-wide testing. Even if you have extensive experience driving combination vehicles, you will still need to study the manual regarding the CDL Combination Test.(0 reviews)$11.98 Register Now
For certain vehicles which transport specific types of liquids or gases, a Tanker Vehicle Endorsement is required. The liquid or gas being transported does not necessarily have to be classified as hazardous; a tanker endorsement is required only if the vehicle requires a Class A or B CDL and you will be hauling the liquid or gas in a permanently mounted cargo tank which is rated at 119 gallons or greater, or a portable tank rated at 1,000 gallons or greater.(0 reviews)