What should you study in order to get your (Class A) CDL, Commercial Driver’s License?
General Knowledge (section 1-2-3 of the commercial handbook)
Airbrake (section 5 of the commercial handbook)
Combination (section 6 of the commercial handbook)
Class C (regular driver’s license permit book)
*Tip: If you have motorcycle license now, you need to study the motorcycle handbook as well in order to get your CDL permit.*
Go to the DMV and pass these 4 exams.
-Remember you should score at least 80 percent or more on each test in order to get the commercial permit.
-Make sure to have your original Social Security Card and medical examination certificate with you when going to DMV for the CDL permit written test.
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Driving written test
Out of all people, 80 % of them who take the DMV written test, fail? Why because the DMV handbook is boring. It is really hard to study this thick driver handbook and memorize and understand everything on this book.
This is why we have created the study guide with questions and answers for you so you will study quickly and easily pass your written test on 1st time. The beauty if our study guide is that is simple and is designed for those who want to pass their written test in 1 day. It is hard to believe but once you study them well with focus, you will pass your Driver’s license written test.
Remember we still recommend to study the driver’s license handbook at least one time.
If you are under the age of 18 and over 15 ½, and you want to drive a car, you need to get your learner’s permit.
So this means that you have to pass a written test first, our study guide materials with questions and answers covers all you need to get your learner’ permit. Download now and study them, pass your written test the next day.
Pass your Motorcycle written test today!
Do you like to drive motorcycles? If the answer is yes, then let’s look on what exactly you need to in order to get your Motorcycle license.
It is really hard to study this thick motorcycle book, that is why have solution for you and that is our motorcycle study guide with question and answer which include all you need to pass your written test quickly and easily.
For more info please scroll down.
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When you want to drive a truck with a trailer (Combination vehicle) which the Truck GVWR is more than 26000 lbs, and the trailer GVWR is more than 10000 Lbs you need to get you Commercial driver License (Class A).How? Well, You need to study the DMV commercial Handbook:
General knowledge (Section 1-2-3) , Airbrake(Section 5), Combination(Section 6) , as well as your Regular Driver’ license handbook again(The whole book) and pass your written test. Now you are saying wow it’s really hard to study everything plus the whole regular driver’s license handbook and pass my written test at the first time even second time, then what should I do? Is there any shortcut that I can use to get my CDL permit? Yes there is and that is why we are here for you, because we provide the complete study guide with questions and answers for you so you do not need to study these 2 thick DMV books (Commercial Handbook and regular driver’s license Handbook) (However we recommend you read the Commerical book at least on time to make sure you will be understanding our study guide better)
Our study guide material can save you, your valuable time (which worth thousands of dollars) on getting your CDL permit without any stress and confusion in quicker way.
Let’s look what you need to choose to study for CDL:
CDL (CLASS A):
CDL (CLASS B): When you get your Class B CDL you can drive: Straight trucks, Buses, Firefighter vehicles, School Buses….
*If you plan to drive a straight truck you do not need to study passenger endorsement section.
*If you plan to drive a Bus you must study the passenger endorsement which is included in our class B study package.
*If you plan to drive School bus, then you need to study the whole CLASS B study package plus the School bus endorsement as well.
*If you plan to drive firefighter vehicle, you need to study the Class B study guide package you and you need to get your firefighter endorsement as well, but you do not need to study the passenger endorsement section.
Hazmat Endorsement written test
Do like to Haul hazardous materials such as Fuel, Gas, Chemical, if the answer is yes, then you need to study the Hazmat endorsement section of your commercial handbook .
You might be saying it is really for me to memorize everything? Yes is it, and that’s why we have prepared a study guide with questions and answers that will help you pass your written Hazmat test. Remember when you get Hazmat endorsement, the chances of getting the trucking Job with higher pay is more likely.
Double-triple endorsement written test
This study guide with questions and answers covers material needed to pass the CDL knowledge test for driving safely with double and triple trailers. Section 7 of the CDL manual covers material on how important it is to be very careful when driving with more than one trailer, how to couple and uncouple correctly, and inspecting doubles and triples carefully.
Note: The endorsement for Doubles-Triples is given by knowledge test only. Do not bring a set of double for driving test.
Note: Triple Combination are not legal in California. Triples are discussed in this section because they are legal in many other states.
Passenger Endorsement written test
If you want to drive a bus and carry passengers, Then you need to study our Commercial Class B study guide (which include DMV questions and answers), this study guide we have included: General Knowledge, Airbrake test, Passenger endorsement as well.
This is study guide is really helpful for you to pass and to get your class B and it covers Section 1-2-3-4-5 of the commercial handbook.
Note: If you plan to drive a straight truck only, then you need to study only General Knowledge and Airbrakes test.
School Bus Endorsement Written Test
If want to drive a bus, and are planning to work with School districts to carry students,
Then you need to study the School Bus endorsement as well, remember you need to study this section only if you want to drive a School bus.
California Learner’s permit
Did you know that you can take your driver’s education course in the comfort of your own home?
One of the first steps on getting you California Driver’s license is to obtain provisional permit, which is commonly referred to as a learner’s permit.
Of you are at least 15 ½ years old or younger than 17 ½ years old , then you will be require to complete Driver ED. Here is what you need:
First: Complete a state-approved Driver education course that consists of:
-25 hours of classroom instruction. This classroom instruction may be completed through:
California Secondary School classes.
A state-licenses professional driving school course.
An internet training program as long as it meets the requirement of 25 hours
-6 hours of driver training, Your driver training cannot exceed 2 hours per day, and if you are observing another driver in the car , that time does not count toward your requirement for 6 hours.
Second: Once you have completed Driver’s Ed it’s time to visit your local DMV and take your Learner’s Permit Exam.
Learner’s Permit Exam.
Here’s what you’ll need to bring:
-A completed Driver License or Identification Card Application (Form DL 44). This form must be picked up at the DMV in person and cannot be downloaded, photocopied or faxed. Be sure to have your parents or guardians sign the application.
-Proof of Social Security number. It will be verified with the Social Security Administration while you are at the DMV.
-Your original birth certificate, or a certified copy of your original birth certificate.
-Proof of identity and lawful U.S. presence (e.g. unexpired U.S. passport, Certificate of Citizenship or Naturalization, original or certified birth certificate).
-Proof of your California residency with at least 2 documents (most likely provided by your parents), including:
-House utility bill.
-Lease or rental agreement.
-CA vehicle registration or title.
-Pay stub (with your home address).
-Certificates stating that you either:
-Completed Driver’s Ed.
-Completed driver education and driver training.
-Are enrolled and participating in an approved driver training program.
If you’re over 17 1/2 years old, but not yet 18 years old, you do not have to provide certificates of completion for driver’s education and driver training. However, you must wait until you’re 18 years old to take the driving test.
Here’s what you’ll need to do:
-Pass a vision exam.
-Pass the written permit test.
-Have your picture taken.
-Provide a thumbprint.
-Pay the application fee.
You will have 3 chances to pass. If you fail the exam, the DMV requires you to wait 7 days before taking the permit test again.
Motorcycle written test
Do you like to drive motorcycles? If the answer is yes, then let’s look at what exactly you need to in order to get your Motorcycle license.
It is really hard to study this thick motorcycle book, that is why have the solution for you and that is Our motorcycle study guide with question and answer which include all you need to pass your written test quickly and easily.
How to get M1 or M2 Permit:
-Visit DMV office
-Complete the application DL 44 (an original DL 44 for must be submitted)
-Complete all these requirements: Thumbprint, have your picture taken, Pay the fee, Pass a vision Exam.
-Pass a traffic laws and signs test.
Applying for your license