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Texas CDL Test Questions & Answers
Class A & B CDL Truck Rentals

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General Requirements

INTERSTATE 

The driver must reside in the state of Texas. He must certify that he meets the qualification requirements of 49 CFR, Part 391, which are briefly:

 

  1. be 21 years of age,

  2. be able to read and speak the English language,

  3. no loss of limb that has not been waived,

  4. no impairment of hand, finger, arm, foot, or leg that interferes with driving,

  5. no diabetes requiring insulin for control,

  6. no heart problems,

  7. no respiratory dysfunction,

  8. no high blood pressure,

  9. no rheumatic, arthritic, orthopedic, muscular, neuromuscular, or vascular problems that would affect vehicle control,

10. no epilepsy or other condition likely to cause loss of consciousness,

11. no mental, nervous, organic, or functional disease or psychiatric disorder likely to interfere with vehicle control,

12. vision 20/40 or better in each eye, not color blind,

13. have good hearing,

14. not addicted to drugs, and

15. not addicted to alcohol.

 

INTRASTATE

  • The driver must reside in the state of Texas.
  • The driver must be at least 18 years of age.
  • English language is not required.
  • Intrastate drivers must meet all of the fitness requirements listed above for interstate drivers
  • A driver who operates a commercial motor vehicle in intrastate commerce, not transporting property requiring a hazardous material placard, and was regularly employed in Texas in intrastate commerce prior to August 28, 1989. (CDL must be restricted to intrastate).
  • School bus drivers employed by a private or parochial school and school bus drivers employed by a company that operates school busses under contract with a school while transporting school children and/or school personnel from home to school and from school to home.
  • Persons operating a vehicle for a government entity. (This includes school bus drivers employed directly by a school district).
  • Persons occasionally transporting personal property not for compensation nor in the furtherance of a commercial enterprise.
  • Persons transportating corpses or sick or injured people.
  • Private transportation of passengers.
  • Intracity zone drivers with limited exception who possess a DOT medical examiner's certificate restricted to intracity operation. (Medical certificate must be presented to a DPS employee at the time of application).
  • The transportation of farm machinery, supplies, or both, to or from a farm for custom-harvesting operations on a farm or the transporting of custom-harvested operations to storage or market.
  • Drivers operating motor vehicles controlled and operated by a beekeeper engaged in the seasonal transportation of bees.
  • The operation of a vehicle in intrastate operations used in oil or water well servicing or oil or water well drilling and which is constructed as a machine, consisting, in general, of a mast, an engine for power, a draw works, and a chassis permanently constructed or assembled for such purpose. (CDL must be restricted to intrastate).
  • The operation of a mobile crane that is an unladen selfpropelled vehicle constructed as a machine 
    used to raise, shift, or lower weights. (CDL must be restricted to intrastate).
   

 

Confused? Not sure what to study?? Where do you begin???

 

To begin you will have to obtain a CDL Permit. The following two tests, Texas Commercial Vehicle Operation and Combination, are the very first two tests you will have to take to get a class A Permit. You will take Texas Commercial Vehicle Operation first whether you are getting a class A, B or C CDL Permit. To get a class B or C CDL permit you will only need to take one test the Texas Commercial Vehicle Operation. If doing a class A CDL you will take the Combination written test second to obtain a class A CDL Permit.

Depending on whether you are wanting a class A, B or C CDL you will need to pass one or if not all of these written tests at your local TXDPS office before scheduling a CDL road test. You must take these written tests in this order at the TXDPS office.

There are 710 questions total that can be asked on all of the class A CDL tests. Our testing program is set up just like your local TXDPS computer. When you practice with our online testing these are the exact CDL questions and answers you will see when you sit down to take the CDL tests at your local TXDPS office.

 

Our CDL test questions & answers are exactly what you will see, word for word, at your local TXDPS driver license office.

 

Study Today >>> Pass Tomorrow >>> GUARANTEED!!!

 

TXDPS – CDL WRITTEN TESTS:

Here are the five (5) CDL written tests you must complete to be eligible to take a CDL road test with the Texas Department of Public Safety driver license office examiner. The five (5) written tests are highlighted below in bold:

1. TEXAS COMMERCIAL VEHICLE OPERATION  - 20/16 (questions asked / must get right – there are a 80 possible questions

2. COMBINATION  - 20/16 (questions asked / must get right - there are a 100 possible questions

SPECIAL NOTE: Once you obtain a permit with passing the Texas Commercial Vehicle & Combination tests, then you may take any of the following tests in any order. You must have a permit to be able to rent our truck for the road test. Make sure you purchase a permit. Permits are $11 at your local Texas Department of Public Safety driver license office. CDL permits are reuired!

3. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE - 50/40 (questions asked / must get right - there are a 250 possible questions)

4. AIR BRAKES - 25/20 (questions asked / must get right - there are a 100 possible questions)

5. PRE – TRIP INSPECTION - 30/24 (questions asked / must get right - there are a 180 possible questions)

 

How do you know when you are ready to go to the TXDPS office to test?

 

We recommend once you are scoring 90% or higher back to back a minimum of 10 up to 15 times in a row on our website's online testing program, on one test subject, then you are ready to take the test at your local TXDPS office. You must score 80% or higher at the TXDPS office on their computer to pass. The more you practice the higher you will score.

 

Study Today >>> Pass Tomorrow >>> GUARANTEED!!!

 

Pass the Texas CDL Written Tests on the very first try!

 

Don't waste time studying the wrong test material? We have the real tests!

 

Our online written CDL tests will help you memorize the TXDPS questions and answers in as little as a few hours of practicing!

Prepare for your Texas CDL tests in as little as a few hours!

 

Study Today >>> Pass Tomorrow >>> GUARANTEED!!!

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