florida CDL Practice Test
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This site is available to take practice questions to prepare for the Florida CDL test. The questions on these practice tests come from the Florida CDL Handbook. The tests are free and you are able to take them as many times as you would like. Use these practice tests as a way to prepare to obtain a CDL in Florida. You will be presented with 40 questions and you must answer 34 questions correctly to pass. There is a 50-minute time limit. You may not go back once you answer a question. Click the “Start Test” button below to begin. Good luck!
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Congratulations! You PASSED the CDL test! You can try it again to brush up on new questions or head down to your local DMV and take the state-administered test!
Ouch! You need to score at least 85% to pass this CDL test–that’s 34 correct questions out of 40. Why don’t you try it again and brush up on some of the questions before taking the real thing. If you need to focus on a specific category, try one of our CDL Category Tests by using the links below.
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How To Get A florida Commercial Drivers License
Any drivers that fall into the below categories are disqualified from obtaining their CDL.
- Having a license from any other state than Florida.
- Being convicted of driving impaired in a commercial vehicle in the past two years.
- Having a suspended, revoked, or canceled driver’s license.
- Being disqualified from CDL driving privileges in another state.
All applicants must complete one or more knowledge tests and a skills test in order to be eligible to receive their commercial driver’s license.
H – Hazmat
N – Tank Vehicles
P – Passengers
S – School Bus
T – Double / Triple Trailers
X – Placarded Hazmat & Tank Vehicles
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florida CDL License Test Tips
Each applicant is required to complete a knowledge test in order to receive their CDL, with a score of 80% or better. Depending on the Class and Endorsements sought, there are multiple knowledge tests that much be taken. These include:
- Class A – 70 Questions (50 General Knowledge + 20 Combined Vehicle)
- Class B,C – 50 General Knowledge Questions
- Passenger, Doubles/Triples, and Tank Endorsements – 20 Questions
- School Bus Endorsement, Air Brake Restriction Removal – 25 Questions
- Hazmat Certification – 30 Questions
All applicants must complete a three section skills test. This includes a vehicle inspection, on-road driving assessment, and basic controls test. Those seeking endorsements for School Bus and Passengers as well as the Air Brake Restriction Removal will need to complete the skills test in the respective vehicle for their endorsement or removal. For example, those seeking the School Bus Endorsement must complete the skills test in a school bus.
Information on the Florida Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles
The Florida Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles provides oversight and administration for the CDL requirements and testing in Florida. To get more information contact them via: