Massachusetts General Knowledge CDL Practice Test (MA) 2020

Tired of the official Massachusetts CDL drivers manual? Try this free MA CDL practice test 2020 instead!

  • 20 Questions
  • 80% Passing Score
  • 4 Mistakes Allowed
90% of students found this test helpful!
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 32 drivers

Massachusetts CDL Test Facts

  • Questions: 50
  • Correct answers to pass: 40
  • Passing score: 80%
  • Test locations: Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) Offices
  • Test languages: English, Spanish
  • Based upon: Massachusetts CDL Manual
Improve your chances of passing the test by reading the official Massachusetts drivers manual Drivers Manual

Are you thinking of applying for a commercial driving learners permit in Boston, Cambridge, Worcester or any other part of Massachusetts? Brilliant! You’re going to need to know a bit about the CDL general knowledge test and then you’ll need a good quality, free DMV CDL practice test for MASS to get you started. Fortunately for you, we can help you on both fronts! Let’s get started, shall we?

There are three different classes of commercial drivers license you could apply for, these are: Class C, Class B and Class A, with Class A being the most advanced and Class C being the standard license-type. Which class you choose will depend on what size and weight of commercial vehicle you ultimately see yourself driving. The good news is, you don’t have to figure that out now. The RMV general knowledge test which you will need to take to secure your learners permit is the exactly the same for all three classes. Which means that this DMV practice permit test MA quiz is suitable for everybody!

All the CDL general knowledge for Massachusetts covered on this CDL practice test and the real exam can be found in the 2020 permit test study guide. However you choose to go about revising for the actual test, you will definitely need to read this manual at least once from start to finish. If you haven’t got yourself a copy already, you can download one free of charge from the RMV website. It covers vital CDL general knowledge topics such as basic vehicle control, skid control and recovery, hot weather driving, winter driving, communicating with other road users, shifting gears correctly, road signs and road rules. You’re going to have to read it, but you can save yourself from boredom by taking regular breaks to complete this CDL general knowledge practice test for MA.

What you will not find on this DMV permit practice test is any questions relating to the additional endorsement exams, which you may need to take in order to add qualifications to your license. Though we do have other free CDL practice tests on the website relating exclusively to the individual endorsements, such as the HazMat, Passenger, Tank, School Bus, Combination Vehicles and Air Brake add-ons. These last two are mandatory for Class A drivers and the last one is mandatory for Class B. All other endorsements are optional, and you can select which ones you want based on your driving career goals. Once again, this is something you can work out at a later time. The CDL general knowledge test comes first, so you should begin studying with this 2020 Massachusetts CDL practice test.

We’ve constructed this quiz to serve as beginner-level permit test practice, for students who are just starting out. It includes just 20, fixed multiple-choice questions and should take a little under five minutes to complete. This makes it the perfect online quiz to use when you want to take a break from reading the MA CDL general knowledge study guide, because it won’t distract you for too long! You’ll also find we’ve added some fantastic images to this quiz to make it more enjoyable, as well as some handy integrated study tools to guide you through the questions. You’ll be marked on each question as you go along, with every correct answer accompanied by an easy-to-understand explanation which will help you develop a deeper understanding of the subject.

Just like the real RMV exam, this practice permit test for Massachusetts requires an 80 percent pass-mark, that’s 16 questions out of 20 correct. Give the test a shot now and see how close you can get!