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Missouri CDL General Knowledge Practice Test (MO) # 3

Take this Missouri class B practice test and an air-brakes test if you want to apply for a class B commercial drivers license!

  • 20 Questions
  • 80% Passing Score
  • 4 Mistakes Allowed
92% of students found this test helpful!
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Missouri CDL Test Facts

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

Are you planning on taking the DMV permit test for Missouri but are not sure which class of commercial drivers license you should apply for? You’re probably also wondering if your chosen class effects which DMV practice permit test you should use to prepare for the general knowledge exam – but we’ll come back to this shortly. If you know you want to become a commercial driver but aren’t sure what sort of vehicle you want to drive, you might consider going for your MO Class B permit test. Becoming a fully-qualified Class B commercial driver would allow you to operate most medium-sized commercial vehicles such as box-trucks, school buses and any smaller vehicles which fall into the Class C category – if you have also passed any endorsement exams which are relevant to that vehicle of course.

So, if you’re thinking of shooting for Class B, you’ll need a specific Class B practice test for Missouri, right? Actually, no. Any reputable and up-to-date MO CDL general knowledge practice test will be suitable to help you study, because the general knowledge DMV written test for 2020 follows the same format for all three classes of commercial drivers license. So, we’ve got a brilliant quiz right here which can be used as a CDL Class B practice test for Missouri, but it is also perfectly suitable for Class C and Class A! The general knowledge DOR permit test is designed to assess all commercial driving students’ understanding of the same key subject areas, including inspecting your vehicle before a journey, vehicle control, communicating safely, skid control and recovery, what to do in an accident or emergency and basic hazardous material precautions. These topics are relevant to every commercial driver so they’ve kept things nice and simple, making the exam the same for everybody, whether you want to drive a taxi or a tank-truck.

Obviously, you might need more specific knowledge relating to your chosen type of vehicle or career choice, but this will be assessed by additional endorsement examinations which you will need to tackle after the general knowledge DMV test for Missouri. The possible endorsements include HazMat, School Bus, Tank, Combination Vehicle, Passenger and Air Brake. Don’t worry, you don’t need to sit all of these exams! You will select which qualifications you need based on your preferred career path. For instance, at Class B the Air Brake endorsement exam is mandatory, so you would begin there after the 2020 DMV written test for Missouri is in the bag. You won’t find any DMV test questions relating to the Air Brake endorsement on this DMV permit practice test, but there is another suitable Air Brake-specific Missouri CDL practice test on the website when you need it.

Just like our other free CDL practice tests, you can use this quiz as many times as you want to – free of charge! We’ve constructed this quiz to require an 80 percent passing grade just like the real Missouri DMV test; that’s 16 questions correct out of a possible 20, as we’ve made this quiz smaller and less time-consuming that the actual DMV MO permit test. If you’re hoping for a longer 2020 DMV practice test for Missouri, have a go at our CDL general knowledge cheat sheet – but use this quiz to warm up first!

Whether you’re taking your test in Kansas City, Springfield or Columbia, this CDL general knowledge practice test for Missouri can help you achieve your dreams!