CDL Study Guides

Getting your CDL and relevant endorsements is no laughing matter. It can stand between you paying the bills and putting food on the table. That’s why it shouldn’t be taken lightly and you should have the best preparation possible.

Taking the CDL written exam isn’t exactly our idea of fun either, so why risk having to take it more than once? With the help of a Study Guide or Practice Test you’ll pass your CDL exam on your first attempt guaranteed, or you’ll get a complete refund with no questions asked.

Let’s face it, studying your state’s entire CDL driver manual isn’t very practical. These online printable study guides and practice tests feature questions and answers that will be on the actual written tests. And each one covers a separate topic, so you’ll only be learning the information that’s relevant to your particular need. It’s so easy it feels like cheating, but it isn’t!

CDL General Knowledge Exam

If you need to pass the Commercial Drivers License general knowledge exam this practice test contains all the relevant information to do so and covers the following sections from the CDL handbook:

  • Section 1 - Introduction
  • Section 2 - Driving Safely
  • Section 3 - Cargo

CDL Class A License Endorsement

Class A vehicles include any combination of vehicles with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of 26,001 pounds or more as long as the vehicle being towed weighs more than 10,000 pounds. Class A Commercial Drivers License is covered in the following sections from the CDL handbook:

  • Section 1 - Introduction
  • Section 2 - Driving Safely
  • Section 3 - Cargo
  • Section 5 - Air Brakes
  • Section 6 - Combination Vehicles

CDL Class B License Endorsement

A Class B vehicle is defined as a single vehicle with a GVWR of at least 26,001 pounds and any such vehicle towing another not weighing more than 10,000 pounds. Class B CDL is covered in the following sections from the CDL handbook:

  • Section 1 - Introduction
  • Section 2 - Driving Safely
  • Section 3 – Cargo

CDL Class C License with P Endorsement

A Class C Vehicle with a (P) endorsement is one that is not described as Class A or Class B but is designed to for 16 or more passengers including the driver. The Class C CDL with Passenger endorsement and covers the following sections from the CDL handbook:

  • Section 1 - Introduction
  • Section 2 - Driving Safely
  • Section 4 - Passengers

CDL Class C License with (H) Endorsement Bundle

A Class C Vehicle with an (H) endorsement is one that is not described as Class A or Class B but is used for the transportation of hazardous materials. The Class C CDL with H endorsement is covered in the following sections from the CDL handbook:

  • Section 1 - Introduction
  • Section 2 - Driving Safely
  • Section 3 - Cargo
  • Section 9 - Hazardous Materials

School Bus (S) Endorsement

An (S) endorsement is for those who plan on school bus. The Class S endorsement is covered in the following sections from the CDL handbook:

  • Section 4 - Passengers
  • School Bus Handbook

Doubles and Triples (T) Endorsement

An T endorsement is for those who operate double and triple trailers. The Class T endorsement is covered in the following sections from the CDL handbook:

  • Section 7 - Doubles and Triples

Tankers and Hazmat (X) Endorsement

An X endorsement is for those who plan on transporting hazardous materials in tanker vehicles. The Class X endorsement and covers the following section from the CDL handbook:

  • Section 8 - Tanker Vehicles
  • Section 9 - Hazardous Materials