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Yes! We continually update the practice exams in exam-test.com from feedback from our subject matter experts and from the students who take the exams. Our CDL exams were completely rewritten in August, 2008 to be the most up-to-date exams on the market.
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What specific exams will exam-test.com prepare me for?

The Exam-test.com CDL Practice Tests will prepare you for the following exams:
General Knowledge
Passenger Transport
Hazardous Materials
Combination Vehicles
Doubles/Triples
Tank Vehicles
Air Brakes
Class A CDL
Class B CDL
Class C CDL

 

 

CDL Test

Our online CDL practice tests and study guides will help you pass your CDL test. The CDL Test consists of a general test, one or more endorsement tests, and an air brakes test.  The CDL tests that you will take depend on the license classification that you are obtaining (Class A, B, or C) and the type of vehicle that you will be driving (e.g., Tanker, Double/Triple, Passenger Bus). Every state license agency can provide more details on the requirements for a CDL license as well as a detailed CDL manual.