Washington DC CDL Tanker Practice Test 2020

Takes a moment to complete, saves hours down the line! Your first 20 Washington DC tanker test questions for the 2020 exam!

  • 20 Questions
  • 80% Passing Score
  • 4 Mistakes Allowed
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Washington DC CDL Test Facts

  • Questions: 50
  • Correct answers to pass: 40
  • Passing score: 80%
  • Test locations: Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Offices
  • Test languages: English, Spanish
  • Based upon: Washington DC DMV CDL Manual
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Have you figured out which CDL license endorsements and CDL practice quizzes you will need for your ideal commercial driving career? Choosing endorsements can be confusing, but we are here to help! Operating a commercial vehicle which carries large quantities of liquid requires an additional license endorsement separate to the other DMV permit tests. We’re talking about the District of Columbia tanker endorsement, also known as the N endorsement. Driving any Class B or Class A liquid transportation truck requires an N endorsement for your commercial driving license, which can be obtained through successful completion of the Washington DC tanker vehicles test. Passing this permit test proves that you understand how to operate and maintain tanker vehicles safely, so that you can begin learning to drive. Every DMV written test poses a challenge to even the most diligent of students; thankfully our CDL tanker practice test for District of Columbia drivers is here to help you through it.

Every commercial driving learners permit applicant must pass the DC DMV general knowledge test prior to applying for endorsements, regardless of which vehicle they ultimately hope to drive. The CDL general knowledge assessment is the largest and most challenging written permit test of all the exams you may take, featuring 50 multiple-choice general knowledge questions that apply to every commercial driver. You can save yourself a whole lot of stress when revising for this initial assessment, by basing your studies around our CDL practice test Washington DC general knowledge quiz. Following the CDL general knowledge DC exam, you should consider any mandatory license endorsements which apply to the class of tanker vehicle you hope to drive. As all tanker vehicles fall into the heavier Class B and Class A vehicle categories, you will at least need an Air Brakes endorsement. As you may already have guessed, we offer a free Class B and Class A license DC practice test that can assist you in studying for the Air Brakes exam. Class A tank truck drivers may also wish to check out our Combination Vehicles DMV CDL practice test for Washington DC drivers, as the Combination Vehicles endorsement is compulsory for this license class.

To support this DC tank practice test 2020 quiz, you will need an up-to-date copy of the Tanker Vehicles section of the permit test study guide. This manual represents the only sufficiently detailed and accurate source of study material, while our DMV DC practice test provides an opportunity to apply it. For the best outcome when your real tanker vehicles permit test comes around, we recommend completing one section of the Tanker Vehicles study material at a time, while working on our Washington DC tanker vehicles endorsement practice test in the intervals. As there is no charge for using this quiz - or limitations to the number of times you can complete it – working on the test repeatedly until you are totally satisfied with your grade is possible. You will always need to study the permit book, though the DC CDL tanker test quiz itself contains some bonus information and study aids to help you learn faster while using it. It may not take as long as you think to get that perfect score!

Having used our Washington DC tanker endorsement practice test to secure your tanker vehicles endorsement, you might consider moving on to the hazmat CDL practice test 2020 quiz. This qualification is by no-means mandatory, but it does complement the N endorsement as many hazardous materials are carried as liquids. Whichever DMV written tests you need to pass, we have your back here on!