Florida CDL Passenger Vehicles Practice Test (FL) 2020

Better than any Florida drivers manual! Nail the CDL written test with this new passenger practice test! 20 new questions to take you another step forward!

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

  • Questions: 50
  • Correct answers to pass: 40
  • Passing score: 80%
  • Test locations: Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles (DMV) Offices
  • Test languages: English, Spanish
  • Based upon: Florida CDL Handbook
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Looking for a Florida passenger practice test 2020 quiz? If you hope to become a driver of commercial passenger vehicles, you will need to sit the Florida CDL passenger test to add a P endorsement to your main drivers license. As the driver of a passenger vehicle, you will be responsible for the safety of the people you carry at both ends of the journey and while in transit. The Passenger vehicles test in Florida mainly references safety regulations, precautions and rules for this reason; everything you need to learn can be found in the Passenger chapter of the Florida permit test study guide. That manual and the CDL passenger vehicles practice test for Florida drivers found on this page will be your two greatest assets in preparation for the DMV permit test. The former will provide detailed break-downs of all the information you will need for safe passenger vehicle operation, while the latter will reinforce that information and give you the chance to apply it to realistic permit test questions – what more could you need?

Depending on the type of commercial passenger vehicle you hope to drive, the Florida Passenger endorsement may be the only license add-on you require, or it could be one of many. For instance, driving a taxi-cab would only require a pass on the CDL general knowledge Florida exam, a Passenger endorsement and of course a practical driving test. On that note, if you have yet to take the general knowledge test CDL Florida exam we recommend skipping the passenger endorsement practice test for now and moving directly to our DHSMV general knowledge practice test. At the other end of the scale, driving a very large Class A passenger bus would require an Air Brakes endorsement, a Combination Vehicles endorsement and a Passenger endorsement on top of the Florida CDL general knowledge test. If you are at all unsure about the class of vehicle you will be driving it is essential to check with your employer, otherwise you could end up studying for the wrong permit test. Here on you will find a DMV CDL practice test for Florida students that targets each of the endorsement tests mentioned above separately. Fortunately, they are all available for unlimited use – free of charge!

The material in the Passenger section of the Florida DMV handbook will teach you about pre and post-trip vehicle inspection, boarding procedures, communicating with passengers in transit and what to do in the event of a crash or similar emergency. This essential knowledge is addressed with a range of true-to-life DMV test questions, here on our Florida passenger endorsement practice test. You will obviously get better results if you have begun to familiarize yourself with the information in the study guide, though it is not essential to do so before using our passenger practice CDL test Florida quiz. As this is a free, open access resource, students may access the quiz as many times as necessary in the run-up to the exam; it does not matter if you do not perform particularly well on your first couple of attempts, as you can keep re-taking the passenger practice test until you are 100 percent happy with your grade.

Our team have taken the time to quality-check all the content on this Florida passenger permit CDL practice test for 2020 against the study guide material to guarantee its accuracy and relevance. We have even thrown some great images in too! Let’s get started, shall we?