Free 2020 CDL HazMat Endorsement Practice Test
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Practice Tests and Studying for your CDL: Hazmat Endorsement Test
Why the Test Is Mandatory
The hazardous materials endorsement requires testing, just as getting your CDL required testing. Why do you have to take such a test? The reason is that commercial drivers need to be qualified to deal with potentially hazardous spills and situations. If you are driving large vehicles that require a CDL license and a Hazmat endorsement there is a good chance that you will be dealing with hazardous materials. Knowing how to deal with these situations will keep you, the driver, safe as well as know how to react accordingly should a hazardous situation ever present itself.
Where to Find Study Materials
A lot of drivers feel because they have been around large vehicles and hazardous materials that they do not need the endorsement but this is not true. You can never know too much about how to deal with these situations because responding appropriately could mean the difference between an accident and a catastrophe. It’s important to review information as much as possible until you know it well. A great place to start looking for help is your local motor vehicle department. Many motor vehicle departments offer study guides that will help you prepare for their specific test.
The library as well as the book store can be a great place to get the information that you need to pass the hazmat endorsement test. Just make sure you check into the date of the information that you look into, as the more recently the book was published the more relevant the information will be. There is usually a wealth of information that can be found in these books. Not only will you get overviews of the tests, you can also take a look at sample tests and you’ll also find that when you read over the information enough times from enough resources, you’ll really start to absorb it!
The internet is a great place to learn about hazmat endorsement testing because there are many resources, paid and otherwise, that will provide you with great information. Shop around and see what you can find, remember the newer the information is the more relevant it will be in meeting your study needs. Just be sure that you focus on taking in any information that you receive, instead of overwhelming yourself with the sheer amount of information available.
Practice, Practice, Practice
Do not look past the importance of a practice test. While practice tests may seem like a waste of time in the short term, in the long run you will be happy that you took the time to take a practice test or two because those who take practice tests usually do markedly better than those who do not. Give yourself a better chance of passing the first time by taking at least one practice test.
Practice tests for your hazmat endorsement are usually very eye opening as it will show you in no uncertain terms what you know and what you need to study more. Continue taking the practice tests once a week and continue studying until you are able to pass the test with ease. Not only will you be able to concentrate your study efforts with the results of the practice test, you will boost confidence as you go along and do better and better.
There are many online CDL hazmat endorsement practice tests for you to take advantage of. You should check with your motor vehicle department as well, because many offer a free practice test so you can get an idea of the types of questions that you will be asked. It will also allow you see how much you know and where you need more help before you actually spend the money on the real test.
You’re Ready When…
You’re ready to take the CDL hazmat endorsement test when you know all of the information really well. At the bare minimum you need to answer 80% of the questions on the test correctly. It’s hard to say what 80% of the information will be on the test, so this is why you need to focus on knowing as much as possible so you can do as well as you can so you can pass the test the first time around.
This is where those practice tests will come in handy. You will have a sampling of test questions and you’ll also know where you need to focus your efforts. When you do the practice tests you should actually ensure that you know more than 80%. So, if you have been able to pass every practice test you have taken with at least an 80% (but you should focus on getting closer to 100%) you are ready to take the real test and get the job that you want that requires the hazmat endorsement.
Studying for the Test: Setting Yourself Up For Success
Don’t allow for the importance of the test to overwhelm you. It is impossible to memorize everything that you read but by following a few study tips you may find that it is much easier to learn the information you not only need to pass the test but to also do your job well.
I. Don’t look at the big picture; break it down. Don’t try to learn everything in one foul swoop, instead break it up a bit so that you can learn with ease. Breaking it up and studying a small piece of information until you know it and then adding to that knowledge is much easier than trying to learn it all in one pass.
II. Use the techniques that work. Flash cards, repetition and memorization are all ways to learn the information that is needed to pass the test.
III. Find a friend. Meet up with someone else who is taking the same endorsement test and work together to quiz one another and get as ready as possible. When you study with someone who is also knowledgeable or is learning the information, it can be much more effective than studying alone or with someone who doesn’t know what you’re talking about!
IV. Practice tests work. Take as many practice tests as you are able to take for the best result. If you take more than one you’ll get an even better idea of what you can expect on the real thing. The more you practice the better you’ll do and the more prepared you will be for the actual test.
V. Slow it down a bit. Remember that you don’t have to take the test until you are really ready. You’ll know when you are ready because you’ll know the information inside and out. Don’t rush it; doing so will not do you any favors in the long run. When you do things on your own terms and in your own time you are going to have a much better chance of being successful long term.
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The reason is that commercial drivers need to be qualified to deal with potentially hazardous spills and situations. If you are driving large vehicles that require a CDL license and a Hazmat endorsement there is a good chance that you will be dealing with hazardous materials. Knowing how to deal with these situations will keep you and the general public safe, as well as know how to react accordingly should a hazardous situation ever present itself.
The purpose of this test ensure that you understand the information found in Section 9 (Hazardous Materials) of your CDL handbook. Like all of our practice test, our CDL hazardous materials (hazmat) practice test is dynamically generated just like the DMV/RMV, our database that contains hundreds of CDL practice questions which are randomly selected to guarantee you’ll never take the same test twice!!
When you take and pass your CDL test(s) and you have your license a whole new world of career options will open up to you. Suddenly you will find that it is much easier to get a job and you can demand a higher salary or hourly wage. Of course, you can’t just walk down to your local motor vehicle department; you actually have to take the CDL hazmat test. For many, this is very intimidating and they allow for the test to stand between them and a career that they would love.
Understanding the Test
The CDL hazardous materials test is one of several test that you may need to take for getting a commercial driver's license for that job that you may aspire to have. For instance, if you want to drive a class A, B or C vehicle you need to take both the general knowledge and the transporting cargo test. If there is a chance that you will be driving a vehicle with air brakes, you will also need to take the air brakes test. If you do not take this part of the test you may limit your ability to drive many different types of vehicles.
If you would like to drive a combination vehicle (tractor/trailer) you will also want to consider taking the combination vehicle test. As you can see, you really need to plan ahead so you know what to expect. Of course, you should start with the general knowledge area and expand out from there. While it can be overwhelming to think of how much knowledge you will need to ascertain, starting with the hazardous materials (hazmat) test will help give you the confidence you need to do well in other areas of the CDL testing.
Preparing for the Test:
There is a lot of information that you will need to learn, if you don’t already know it, to pass the CDL hazardous materials test. It is important to review information as much as possible until you know it well. A great way to get an idea of what you need to know is by getting the commercial driver’s license manual (CDL handbook) for your state. This will allow you to get an in depth view of the information covered in the hazardous materials test.
Taking the CDL hazardous materials test comes with a lot of pressure for many people. With the pressure comes nerves and when most people are nervous they don’t test as well as they would otherwise. To get an idea not only of your knowledge but how well you will test, you should take our free practice tests. If you don’t do well on one of our practice tests, look over the questions that you missed and study these areas closely.
The benefit of the CDL Study Buddy practice tests is that they allow you to see where you need the most help. Continue taking the practice tests as often as you like, while continuing to study until you are able to pass the test with ease. This practice will also allow you to see that you really do know and what you need to know in order to pass the test. This will boost your confidence so that when you take the real test you won’t be nearly as nervous, which will help you succeed when taking your test.
What You Need to Know
Of course, everyone would like to know with 100% certainty on what is on the CDL hazardous materials test. So they would get that perfect score, and yet a lot of people don’t quite make it. The information you need to know in covered in Section 9 (Hazardous Materials). In most states you need to answer at least 80% of the questions in this section of the test correctly to pass.
Again, this is where the practice tests will come in handy. When you do the practice tests you should actually ensure that you know more than 80%. The reason for this is that the practice tests are only a sampling of what will be on the real test. This is why it is a good idea to take several practice CDL hazardous materials tests so you can get an accurate idea of what will be covered in your actual test.
Tips when taking your test.
- Go in with the thought that you will pass the test instead of assuming you will not.
- Get a full nights sleep (ideally around at least 6 hrs).
- Limit your caffeine intake at least 8hrs before taking your test, caffeine can often distract your ability to focus on the questions.
- Do not bring your cell phone into the test with you. If you do, make sure that the phone is off. If your cell phone rings or you pick it up, the test will be terminated.
- Read the question three times before you answer.
- Go with your gut when you choose your answer. If you are unsure, choose the best possible answer and move on.
- If you finish the test in plenty of time, be sure that you go back and check all of your answers.
- Don’t rush. Don’t be afraid to use up all of the allotted time to take the test. The more thorough you are with every question the more likely you are to do well.
- While thorough is good, don’t over think or second guess yourself.
- Listen to instructions before beginning so you do not disqualify yourself.
- If you get stressed, stop and take a deep breathe and continue.
- If you are the type to often misread a question, keep in mind most DMV’s also have the test in audio (take some headsets), so don’t be afraid to call ahead of time and ask the DMV if they offer the audio version of the test.
Our Other 2021 CDL Practice Test
You must pass endorsement tests depending on the type of CMV that you will be driving. The endorsement tests are described below.
General Knowledge Practice Tests - To get a CDL and drive any type of commercial vehicle, you must take and pass the General Knowledge test. You'll be tested on general trucking knowledge, driving safely and transporting cargo safely, taken from sections 1, 2, and 3 of your state CDL manual. Once again, you MUST pass the General Knowledge exam to get your CDL.
Combination Vehicles Practice Test - To drive a commercial vehicle and pull any kind of trailer, you must pass the Combination Vehicles written CDL exam. Combination vehicles are usually heavier, longer, and require more driving skill than single commercial vehicles. This means that drivers of combination vehicles need more knowledge and skill than drivers of single vehicles. You must understand the important safety factors that apply specifically to combination vehicles.
Airbrakes Practice Test - If you plan on driving any CMV equipped with air brakes, you must take and pass the air brakes test to remove the air brakes restriction from your CDL. The air brakes test is different than the endorsement tests because the air brakes test works as a restriction instead of an endorsement. If you do not pass the air brakes test, your CDL will bear a mark of restriction which means that you are not authorized to drive a CMV with air brakes.
Double & Triple Endorsement Test - Before you start on any doubles and triples practice tests, you need to have your commercial driver's license first. Some states allow you to get both the commercial license and the T-endorsement at the same time, but most do not. Therefore, it's best to get your commercial license first, and then go for the double/triples trailer endorsement test (or check to see if you even need the endorsement).
Tanker Endorsement Tests – If you have the desire of hauling tankers you need the tanker endorsement on your CDL. Like the doubles and triples endorsements the tanker endorsements can open a new world of opportunity for you as a driver. So, do yourself a favor and study for the test and take it so you can get your tanker endorsement that you could need to further your career or even get started on what could be a new exciting and lucrative career.
Passenger Endorsement Tests – Bus drivers must have a commercial driver license if they drive a vehicle designed to seat more than 16 or more persons, including the driver. Bus drivers must have a passenger endorsement on their commercial driver license. To get the endorsement you must pass a knowledge test on Sections 2 and 4 of your CDL handbook. (If your bus has air brakes, you must also pass a knowledge test on Section 5.) You must also pass the skills tests required for the class of vehicle you drive.
School Bus Endorsement Test – This test is for anyone who operates a school bus (with passengers) when on the job.This would include public and private school employees transporting students from home to school, school to home, and school-sponsored events. A school bus permit is no longer enough. Therefore, the endorsement is required for most school bus drivers. It is recommended that those who need the endorsement prepare by using our school bus practice tests.
Pretrip Practice Test - Passing the CDL pre trip inspection is required before you can climb behind the wheel to demonstrate your driving skills during a CDL exam. Not only do you need to know what areas and parts to inspect, you need to note the item’s condition during CDL pre trip test. Depending on the state where you are CDL testing, there could be 100 or more inspection items to know by heart.
Texas Special Requirments Practice Test - In order to get your Commercial Learner's Permit (CLP) or Commercial Driver's License (CDL) in Texas, you'll first need to pass the Special Requirements Test. It's Texas-specific (other states don't have this requirement) and you'll need to pass it before you are allowed to proceed with other exams at the TX DMV. The Special Requirements Test is based on Section 14 of the Texas Commercial Motor Vehicle Handbook. That section contains tons of technical details that you'll have to remember.
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FREE 2021 New York (NY) Hazardous Material Practice Test 1
Questions appearing on this CDL practice test:
How many different hazard classes are there?
What placard must be used with an inhalation hazard load?
A truck carrying explosives has crashed with another vehicle. You should not pull them apart until?
The shippers’ package hazardous materials, they must certify that this was done according to the regulations. The only exception is when:
Which signals may be used to warn of a stopped vehicle that contains explosives?
Class 8 is placarded as?
The transport index of a radioactive material:
A properly prepared uniform hazardous waste manifest:
An "A or W" the first column of the hazardous materials table means:
When is it necessary to ground the trailer?
The total transport index of all radioactive material packages in a single vehicle must not exceed _____.
Which of the following must drivers have in their possession while transporting class 1.1 or 1.3 explosives?
On a public roadway with a placarded tanker hauling flammable liquids, when can you transfer from one tanker to another?
If in a materials class is the word "forbidden", what kinds of materials are you still allowed to haul?
What is the shape and size of a placard?
When handling packages of explosives, you must:
Which of the following, if required, must the shipper put on the package.
Whenever your vehicle is placarded, do not drive near open fires unless you:
A hazard class name or ID number may not be used to describe a:
Column 1 or the symbols column the "I" means:
What action should you take if you discover your hazardous materials shipment leaking at a rest stop but there is no phone available?
In what location must you keep your shipping papers that describe any hazardous materials?
You must never smoke or perform any activity involving fire within 25 feet of
What is the purpose of a driver placarding their vehicle?
If you are already carrying 100 pounds of silver cyanide, what precautions must you take if you are given papers at a dock to carry 100 cartons of battery acid?
The other two places where the hazardous material identification number must appear are
When there is a hazardous materials emergency, what should you do?
Whose signatures must be on a Hazardous Waste Manifest?
To obtain a hazardous materials endorsement, you must know how to
A shipping paper for hazardous materials must include
Are you going to need a NY hazmat endorsement for your commercial driving license? This qualification is most commonly associated with Class B and Class A licenses, though there are some rare instances in which it may be required for a Class C license. If you intend to work in a driving role than involves the transportation of materials deemed hazardous to human health or the environment, it is likely you will need to obtain an H endorsement by sitting the New York CDL hazmat test. There are only two resources you really need to prepare for this extensive endorsement DMV written test, both of which can be accessed here on ePermitTest.com. The first is our NY hazmat endorsement practice test, which is designed to accompany the second – the official CDL permit test study guide. Once you have checked out the NY DMV CDL practice test you can download your free digital copy of the permit book here or from the DMV website.
A full run-down of all cargos that will require a hazmat endorsement can be found in the NY hazmat study guide section of the driver’s handbook. Qualifying materials include but are not limited to corrosive substances, radioactive materials, toxins, poisons, explosives and highly-flammable materials. A great deal of the information in the study guide pertaining to the New York DMV hazmat test centers around hazardous material identification and placards, which will need to be displayed on the vehicle you drive. Memorizing these images and their meanings is quite an intimidating task, but our CDL hazmat practice test for NY applicants can assist you in learning them all quickly. Free CDL practice tests are particularly useful in assessing your ability to recall this kind of information.
The handbook will also teach you everything you need to know about containment rules, properties of different materials, loading and unloading procedures, dealing with leaks and emergency procedures. We have also taken care to include a number of permit test questions on this NY hazmat practice test 2021 quiz which reference these topics. Applying what you have studied in the permit book to these real-world DMV test questions will ensure you remember the information for longer and can use it practically in an exam-like situation. Many students from New York City, Albany, Rochester and elsewhere in the state have managed to secure first-time passes on this challenging endorsement DMV test, thanks largely to regular work with our NY CDL practice test.
As it is quite common for hazardous materials to be transported in liquid-transportation tank-trucks, you may also need our New York DMV practice permit test for the Tanker Vehicles endorsement exam to study for this qualification. It will also be worth finding out from your current or prospective employer whether the vehicle you are learning to drive falls into the Class B or Class A category, as there are mandatory license add-ons associated with each of these weight classes. Of course, your very first task will be passing the DMV general knowledge test 2021 exam! Don’t worry if you have yet to achieve this, as our NY CDL general knowledge practice test can get you started.
Working with this NY hazmat practice test DMV exam is not going to cost you a penny as every resource we offer on ePermitTest.com is free and open access. Once you are satisfied with your grade on this quiz, you might consider stepping up your permit test preparation game and using our advanced hazmat test cheat sheet. Enjoy!
2020 practice hazmat cdl test
Use our free CDL hazmat practice tests (updated for 2021) to pass your exam. Passing the CDL hazmat test is important for Commercial Driver's License (CDL) operators who wish to transport hazardous materials (HAZMAT) (e.g., have a Hazardous Materials Endorsement (HME) on their license).
Our hazmat tests are automatically scored and offer answer explanations to help you understand why your answers were incorrect. Actual CDL questions and answers from the real test will help you pass!
Summary: Try one of our free CDL hazmat tests below to see how much you actually know.
Free CDL Hazmat Practice Tests
CDL Hazmat Test Overview
The CDL hazmat Test is a test taken by commercial truck drivers in order to obtain their “hazardous materials (hazmat)” endorsement for their commercial driver’s license (CDL). This endorsement allows drivers to transport materials which have been deemed “hazardous” according to government regulations, including:
- Flammable or Combustible Liquids
- Any Other Materials That May Cause Harm
Performance on the CDL hazmat test can have a significant impact on a professional driver’s income and career. A driver who does not have a hazmat endorsement on their CDL is severely limited in the items they may transport and may often miss out on employment opportunities as a result.
CDL hazmat practice tests and other resources are available for those interested in preparing for their CDL hazmat test. Utilization of these resources is vital for those looking to earn their hazmat endorsement for their CDL. For more resources about the Commercial Driver's License, see our CDL Site.
Note: The format, length, and requirements of the CDL hazmat test may differ according to which state you live in.
Other CDL HAZMAT Tests and Resources
There are many online resources available for those looking to prepare for the CDL hazmat test. Many of these online resources can be found absolutely free online, such as:
CDL HAZMAT Test Content Description
Please note that the format, length, and requirements of the real test may differ according to which state you live in. In some cases, an additional course may be required before an endorsement can be issued. Please check with your local DMV for full details and requirements.
The CDL hazmat Endorsement is extremely important, because it relates to the safety of not only the driver, but every other driver on the road as well. Obtaining your CDL hazmat endorsement ensures that you are fully qualified and prepared to deal with a potentially dangerous occurrence. This protects you, the company you work for, as well as the general public should a situation arise.
Due to the safety implications of transporting hazardous materials, earning your CDL hazmat endorsement is detailed process that includes several steps before you can even qualify to test for it. There are also steps to be taken after administration of the exam, so make sure to be thorough.
Assuming you already have a class A, B, or C CDL, you will need to complete the following, and each step is a process so be prepared:
- Complete a “Hazardous Materials Endorsement” application. This can be completed either through your state’s DMV or TSA themselves. Check with your state to see which is required.
- Once you have completed your endorsement application, you must then pass a medical screening in order to obtain your Department of Transportation Medical Card.
- You may now schedule and take your CDL hazmat test. Please note that passing this test is NOT the final step.
- Upon passing the CDL hazmat test, you are then required to submit a TSA Background Security Clearance. This is a requirement for your Class H Endorsement, which is a requirement for the overall CDL hazmat endorsement. For the most part, you can register for this screening directly through the TSA Website, however residents of the following states will need to register through their DMV first:
- New York
- Upon completion of the entire process, TSA will send an official notice of completion to you as well as your state. Once the state receives their copy, you will then obtain your CDL hazmat endorsement.
In general, the CDL hazmat test will assess your understanding of:
- Federal and State hazmat regulations
- Your responsibilities regarding the safe transportation of hazardous materials
- How to safely load and unload hazardous materials
The CDL hazmat endorsement consists of two separate endorsements:
- Class H Endorsement- Hazardous Materials- This endorsement indicates your understanding of hazardous materials overall. This endorsement is obtained through a written exam in conjunction with a TSA threat assessment.
- Class X Endorsement- Combination of Tank Vehicles and Hazardous Materials- This endorsement indicates your understanding of hazardous materials as they relate to transportation in a tank vehicle. This requires only a written exam.
It is important to use the appropriate hazmat practice tests for each endorsement as well as the CDL hazmat endorsement itself.
CDL HAZMAT Application and Test Administration
As noted before, there are steps to be taken before the hazmat test can be administered. Be sure to complete these steps thoroughly and correctly. Before taking your test, you must enroll in a TSA screening and schedule a visit to your closest authorized application center. You will be required to submit original or certified copies of a state-issued identification, social security card, or birth certificate. You will then have your photograph and fingerprints taken and be on your way.
As it pertains to actual administration of the CDL hazmat test, again the particular details will vary according to your state. Please refer to your state’s requirements for CDL hazmat testing.
For the most part, you will be able to take your CDL hazmat endorsement test at the same testing center in which you took your Class A, B, or C CDL test.
In most cases, the CDL hazmat test consists of about 30 or more questions. These questions will test your knowledge on various aspects of safe transportation and handling of hazardous materials, including:
- Reasons for the Regulations
- Bulk Tank Marking, Loading, Unloading
- Your Responsibilities as a Hazmat Driver
- Driving and Parking Regulations
- Rules Pertaining to Communications
- Emergency Situations
- Safe Loading and Unloading
Most states require a passing score of 80% in order to grant a CDL hazmat endorsement (assuming completion of additional requirements). This means that one must answer at least 24 questions correctly on a typical 30 question test.
Check with your state of residence for more details.
CDL HAZMAT Endorsement Application and Test Fees
Fees for the actual test itself will vary based on which state you are obtaining your CDL HAZMAT Certification in. In any case, expect to pay at least $100-$125 from start to finish.
TSA CDL HAZMAT Endorsement Application Fees
The bulk of the cost will go towards your TSA background screening and Threat Assessment check:
- For most applicants, the TSA screening will cost $86.50.
- Some applicants are eligible for a reduced rate of $67.
Visit the TSA HAZMAT Endorsement Application Page to apply and to see which fee you will be required to pay.
State CDL HAZMAT Endorsement Test Fees
Fees for the test itself will depend on the state in which you live. As an example, Pennsylvania charges a fairly typical fee of $30.50.
Please check with your particular state's CDL manual for more information.
CDL HAZMAT Endorsement Requirements
Successful completion of the CDL hazmat test is required for any Class A, B, or C CDL holder who wishes to transport hazardous materials. Requirements for obtaining your CDL hazmat endorsement must be met before you may take your test. In order to earn your Endorsement, you must:
- Complete a “Hazardous Materials Endorsement” application.
- Obtain your Department of Transportation Medical Card through a medical screening
- Schedule and take your CDL hazmat test. Please note that passing this test is NOT the final step.
- Submit to a TSA Background Security Clearance.
- Wait for TSA to send an official notice of completion to you as well as your state.
Remember that while the entire process is extensive, none of the effort matters if you do not pass your CDL HAZMAT Endorsement Test. Be sure to practice using the many resources listed above including several CDL HAZMAT practice tests.
CDL HAZMAT Test Scores
You will not receive the actual score you earned on your CDL hazmat test. You will only be notified of whether you did or did not earn your CDL hazmat endorsement once you have completed all requirements.
Typically, most states require a passing score of 80% in order to grant a CDL hazmat endorsement (assuming completion of additional requirements). This means that one must answer at least 24 questions correctly on a typical 30 question test.
Find more detailed information for your state’s CDL hazmat test here.
CDL HAZMAT Test F.A.Q.
How many questions are on the CDL HAZMAT test?
The format, length, and requirements of the CDL Hazmat Test may differ according to which state you live in. In General, most tests are 30 or more questions.
How do I apply to take the CDL HAZMAT test?
In order to apply to take the CDL Hazmat Test for a HAZMAT Endorsement, several steps must be completed. Here they are, simplified: Complete a "Hazardous Materials Endorsement" application, obtain your department of transportation medical card, and schedule your CDL Hazmat Test.
How much does it cost to take the CDL HAZMAT Test?
The overall cost of obtaining a CDL Hazmat endorsement will vary by state, but you should expect to spend around $100-$125 total. The TSA screening clearance represents the bulk of the cost at $86.50, plus you will then need to pay whatever fees your state charges for you to take the CDL HAZMAT Test and update your CDL.
The CDL hazmat endorsement is an important step to maximizing your earnings as a CDL driver. Make sure you are utilizing all available studying materials and CDL hazmat practice tests and take the next step in your career today.
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