New York CDL School Bus Practice Test (NY) 2020

You asked - we delivered! An all new New York school bus CDL practice test with free questions for the 2020 CDL test!

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

  • Questions: 50
  • Correct answers to pass: 40
  • Passing score: 80%
  • Test locations: Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Offices
  • Test languages: English, Spanish
  • Based upon: New York CDL Manual
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Are you applying to take the New York drivers license test to drive a school bus in Syracuse, Rochester, Albany or elsewhere? This NY school bus endorsement practice test is for you! As you probably know, it will take more than a pass on the CDL general knowledge DMV permit test to get your behind the wheel of that bus. Driving school children around safely is a huge responsibility, the regulations for which vary quite dramatically from one state to the next. As there is a great deal you must learn before you can drive a school bus for a living, the DMV have established a specialized NY CDL school bus test which all aspiring school bus drivers must take to obtain a School Bus or S endorsement for their commercial driving license. Once you have this endorsement and any others linked to the class of school bus your will drive, you’re good to go with taking practical driving lessons. Our CDL school bus practice test 2020 quiz can get you ready to nail that S endorsement DMV written test in the shortest possible time.

The New York DMV school bus test comes before the practical driving assessment, as much of the theory knowledge addressed on the written assessment will be relevant as you are learning to drive. One of the biggest safety considerations for school bus drivers is understanding danger zones and using mirrors correctly; there are certain areas around the vehicle which act as “blind spots” and are difficult to see even with mirrors. Managing the risk of injury to school children in danger zones will be a fundamental part of your training. This issue along with other rules and regulations will be discussed at length in the School Bus section of the permit test study guide. You can use our CDL school bus practice test for NY drivers to ensure your understanding of this material is up-to-scratch, prior to taking your chances with the real assessment.

If the school bus you intend to drive is a medium-weight Class B commercial vehicle – which is very likely – you will also need to take the Air Brakes endorsement permit test before learning to drive. All the information necessary for Class B air brakes DMV test preparation can also be found in the CDL permit book. If you have yet to receive an Air Brakes endorsement or a pass on the CDL general knowledge permit test, we recommend using our CDL general knowledge practice test for NY drivers, followed by the Air Brakes DMV CDL practice test, to deal with each of these exams. When you are ready to begin learning School Bus endorsement material, our school bus CDL practice test will be here waiting for you. It is always better to learn commercial driving license material one test at a time to avoid confusion!

This New York drivers license practice test provides an authentic mock-exam experience, as it is based on 100 percent genuine permit test questions that have occurred during school bus endorsement exams before. This content is used as the basis for any new material we build, creating a uniform, realistic quiz that precisely mirrors the challenge-level posed by the real permit test. Each question will be presented alongside two or more possible permit test answers, from which participants must select one they believe to be correct. As these multiple-choice options can sometimes be confusingly similar, getting some experience in finding the right permit test answers with our NY CDL practice test before the big day is essential to your success. Got around five minutes to spare right now? That’s enough time to work through the school bus practice test!