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Does passenger transportation sound like a commercial driving role you might enjoy? To become a qualified passenger vehicle driver, you will need a full Class C, Class B or Class A license – depending on the size of your vehicle – and a Mississippi passenger permit. This latter qualification is achieved through successful completion of the MS CDL passenger test, which you can apply to take at any DPS test office in Jackson, Biloxi, Hattiesburg or elsewhere in the state. You will not have to wait until your exam-day comes around to find out what the Passenger Vehicles permit test will entail, as our CDL passenger vehicles practice test for Mississippi drivers can show you right now! When you are finished reading the information on this page, start up our incredibly realistic 2019 passenger practice test to get your first taste of genuine CDL passenger test questions and answers from MS assessments. As this DPS CDL practice test for Mississippi learners is a totally free resource, you can then continue to use it at regular intervals to track your progress, as you learn about passenger vehicle operation rules from the official DMV permit book.

You will need to achieve a full permit by sitting the DMV general knowledge test and obtaining any class-specific license endorsements which apply to the size of your vehicle, before putting in your passenger endorsement application. The level of work this requires is determined by the size and weight of vehicle you hope to operate and consequently, which vehicle-class it falls into. Small passenger vehicles such as regular sized-cars or taxis are categorized as Class C, which means no further qualifications are required beyond a pass on the general knowledge CDL test for MS applicants. You can get that examination out of the way quickly, by studying with our CDL general knowledge practice test for Mississippi students.

It is unusual for passenger vehicles to qualify as Class A, though this can be the case for very large buses or articulated city buses. Class A applicants must pass both the Air Brakes endorsement exam and the Combination Vehicles endorsement exam, prior to studying passenger permit material with this MS passenger practice test 2019 quiz. It is far more common for buses to qualify as Class B, in which case only the Air Brakes endorsement is required before progressing to the Passenger Vehicles qualification. Our comprehensive practice permit test website is also home to a high-quality Combination Vehicles quiz and an Air Brakes CDL Class B practice test for Mississippi drivers, should you require either of these endorsements.

Are you all set to start learning about passenger vehicle operation? Begin your studies by completing an introductory round on this MS passenger endorsement practice test to get an idea of what you are working toward. Each major P endorsement topic that you will cover in the 2019 permit book is given space on this quiz, including destination announcements, driver safety, vehicle safety standards, pre and post-trip vehicle inspection, dealing with medical emergencies and evacuations procedures. These topics relate to general passenger vehicles operation and do not cover the specific rules and regulations of school bus operation. Should you wish to use your Passenger Vehicles permit to drive a school bus, you will need to further your qualification by obtaining a School Bus endorsement later. For this endorsement exam, we also provide a free CDL Mississippi practice test!