Mississippi CDL Hazardous Materials Practice Test (MS) 2020

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

  • Questions: 50
  • Correct answers to pass: 40
  • Passing score: 80%
  • Test locations: Department of Public Safety (DPS) Offices
  • Test languages: English, Spanish
  • Based upon: Mississippi CDL Manual
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Which CDL endorsements will you be applying for when you have passed the CDL general knowledge MS exam? If you have considered a career in hazardous material transportation, the Mississippi CDL hazmat test could be in your future. We have created a CDL hazmat practice test MS quiz to assist students in preparing for this assessment, which you can access free of charge from this page. This exam is taken by CDL applicants who will need to work with dangerous substances which pose a risk to the environment and human health. It applies to many more common cargos than most people realize! Many waste products are classified as hazardous, alongside gas, industrial chemicals and various other substances. Obtaining a Mississippi hazmat permit is not easy, as a great deal of specialist knowledge is required to get through the 30-questions exam. However, the H endorsement can open up a huge range of career opportunities, making it a popular choice for many CDL applicants. If you are keen to find out what the real hazmat test will be like, take our MS hazmat practice test 2020 quiz for a spin today.

Should you choose to apply for a hazardous materials endorsement it is important not to get too involved with the study material or any associated free CDL practice tests until any other mandatory DMV written tests you must take have been passed. Learning material for any permit test other than the one your must next take will only confuse and extend your study plan unnecessarily. There are various license endorsements which could be required alongside the hazmat qualification - we will advise you on these shortly. One thing is true for all hazmat applicants however: the DMV general knowledge test will be the first assessment to deal with. Study material for that exam can be found in the CDL general knowledge study guide and the associated Mississippi CDL practice test general knowledge quiz we provide. If you are aiming to achieve a Class C permit you may progress directly to hazmat test preparation using this MS hazmat endorsement practice test following the general knowledge exam, as there are no compulsory Class C endorsement tests. Though as it is quite unusual for Class C drivers to need a hazmat endorsement, it is likely you will need to study for Class B or Class A mandatory endorsements before moving on to hazmat material.

Class A drivers will need to spend time with our Combination Vehicles Class A practice test Mississippi quiz and Air Brakes endorsement quiz, as both these qualifications are set-requirements at Class A. In the case of slightly lighter Class B vehicles, only the Air Brakes L endorsement is mandatory. Having achieved whichever qualifications relate to the size of commercial vehicle you intend to drive, you are all clear to put in a MS DPS hazmat test application. Turn to the Mississippi hazmat study guide sub-section of the permit book when you are ready to begin acquainting yourself with the regulations and safety precautions which every hazmat driver must know. Each topic discussed within these pages is addressed with realistic questions on our hazmat CDL practice test for Mississippi learners! That includes hazardous material properties, containment rules, warning placards and classifications, in addition to transportation-related issues like loading and unloading, supervision rules, security threat detection and various other topics.

Our 2020 practice permit test MS quiz usually takes around five minutes to complete, but you are free to take as long as you like to work through it!