CDL Practice Test
CDL Category Practice Tests
- General Knowledge Test
- Combination Vehicles Test
- Passenger Vehicles Test
- Pre-Trip Inspections Test
- Double-Triple Trailers Test
- CDL School Bus Test
- CDL Air Brakes Test
- Hazardous Materials Test
- CDL Tanker Vehicles Test
CDL Practice Test
How To Get A nevada Commercial Drivers License
To be eligible for a CDL in Nevada, applicants must be at least 18 years old to operate a commercial vehicle intrastate (within Nevada only). To operate a commercial vehicle interstate (outside of Nevada) they must be 21 years old.
Applicants must also provide verification that they are medically fit. Nevada applicants must complete the self-certification process. Depending on the circumstances, some applicants may be required to undergo additional medical testing and complete (Form MCSA-5876) Medical Examiner’s Certificate.
Under certain circumstances, some drivers may be disqualified from earning their commercial license in Nevada. For example, drivers who have had their licenses revoked, suspended, denied or canceled are not eligible for a CDL in Nevada. Applicants cannot have driver’s licenses in more than one state.
Nevada CDL Endorsements
H – Hazardous Material
N – Tank Vehicles
P – Passenger Vehicles
S – School Bus
T – Towing a Double or Triple Trailer
X – Combination Tank Vehicle and Hazardous Materials
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nevada CDL License Test Tips
Every Nevada CDL applicant must pass the general knowledge test prior to taking the skills test. Bus driver applicants must take the passenger transport test in addition to the bus driver test. Applicants who haul hazardous materials must submit to a TSA background check and take the Hazmat test. Applicants must pass each test with an 80 percent score.
The Nevada skills test includes a pre-trip vehicle inspection, basic control skills and on-road driving. Applicants must pass each section. Recent military veterans and current military members can have the skills test waived if they are currently enlisted in the military or have served in the military within the past 12 months. Also, they can get a waiver if they have operated a motor vehicle equivalent to a commercial motor vehicle in the military within the past year. Applicants are required to complete (Form CDL-004) Certification for Waiver of Skills Tests to be considered for a waiver.
Information on the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles
The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles regulates the CDL license requirements in Nevada. To get more information contact them via:
Additional Nevada CDL Helpful Links
Please use the links below to access more valuable Nevada CDL testing resources and to learn more about practice driving tests for the state of Nevada.
- Nevada Commercial Driver License Handbook
- Nevada CDL Offices
- Nevada Drivers License Practice Test
- Nevada Motorcycle Test