Hawaii CDL General Knowledge Practice Test (HI) # 2

Looking for a class A practice test for Hawaii? Here is one for you! A must for everyone who plans on driving combination vehicles!

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

  • Questions: 50
  • Correct answers to pass: 40
  • Passing score: 80%
  • Test locations: Department of Customer Services (DMV) Offices
  • Test languages: English, Spanish
  • Based upon: Hawaii CDL Manual
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The Hawaii Class A license test 2020 requires learners to pass several theoretical and practical exams in order to gain their DMV permit. These include a general knowledge test based on the information in the Hawaii DMV handbook, a minimum of two smaller endorsement tests (depending on the type of vehicle you want to drive and the intended use of that vehicle) and a practical Class A DMV permit test. The Hawaii Class A CDL is the most advanced type of drivers license; permit holders of this class can legally operate some of the largest and heaviest vehicles on the road. Class A CDL holders also have the advantage of being permitted to operate any smaller vehicles that fall into Class B or C, without having to take an additional Hawaii DMV test for these classes – as long as they already hold the necessary endorsements for that driving situation.

Unfortunately, as most Class A vehicles have air brakes and qualify as combination vehicles, CDL permit applicants are required to pass the 2020 Hawaii DMV written test for each of these two endorsements at least. You may also require other extras such as the Hazmat or Tank endorsements, which come with their own set of DMV test questions, though as mentioned above – which of these extras you need will be determined by your chosen occupation. It is highly advisable to figure out which endorsements you will require for your CDL drivers license, so you are aware early on which study materials you will need in addition to the DMV handbook and which 2020 Class A CDL practice test you can use to help you prepare for your endorsement exams.

This might all sound quite complicated but it is actually surprisingly simple. The majority of the information you need to pass the main aspect of your Hawaii Class A license test can be found in the DMV handbook and will appear on the DMV CDL general knowledge test, which is built around 50 general knowledge questions. You can use this 2020 Hawaii CDL general knowledge practice test to help you prepare for that exam. No matter which class of DMV permit you are applying for, you will need to pass the general knowledge test, and our DMV permit practice test will help you achieve this in the shortest possible time.

The general knowledge DMV practice test for Hawaii is free to use and features 20 multiple choice questions taken directly from the real DMV general knowledge test. As you work your way through the DMV CDL practice test, you will be shown whether or not you have answered each question correctly. This allows you to quickly assess which topic areas are your weakest so you can brush up on that topic using the DMV handbook. If you have already studied the handbook extensively and are happy with your score on this CDL practice test, you might want to move on to the Hawaii CDL test Simulator or cheat sheet which more closely reflects the real CDL test conditions.

Whether you are looking to obtain your Class A, Class B or Class C commercial drivers permit, this fast and efficient DMV practice permit test is a great place to start. It will provide you with a bite-size taste of the types of questions you will be asked on the real exam, and you can take the test as many times as you want to improve on your score. For those who have already tackled the DMV general knowledge test, we have a range of other Hawaii CDL practice quizzes relating to specific endorsements that can help test your knowledge in these areas. Why not give them a try after the general knowledge practice test?