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North Dakota CDL General Knowledge Practice Test (ND) # 2

Add a combination vehicles test, an air brakes test and you have yourself the best North Dakota class A practice test!

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

  • Questions: 50
  • Correct answers to pass: 40
  • Passing score: 80%
  • Test locations: Department of Transportation (DOT) Offices
  • Test languages: English, Spanish
  • Based upon: North Dakota CDL Manual
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Are you an aspiring commercial driver from Fargo, Bismarck, Grand Forks or Minot? If you’ve chosen to make commercial driving you career and can see yourself learning to drive in huge, powerful vehicles such as flat-beds, livestock transportation vehicles, buses and liquid carrying tank trucks – you’re going to need to pass the Class A license test for North Dakota! This license class is the most advanced option available to commercial driving students. Managing vehicles of this size is difficult and will require some specialized theory knowledge that is not associated with Class C or Class B. Then of course, there is the CDL general knowledge DMV permit test for North Dakota, which you’ll need to pass before you can even begin taking lessons.

If this all seems a little overwhelming – don’t panic! We’re here guide you through the entire process, and set you up with an amazing Class A practice test ND quiz to help you get ready for your first exam. As we mentioned above, your first exam will be the general knowledge DOT test for North Dakota, the preparation for which will arm you with all the core theory knowledge you need to begin taking driving lessons in any vehicle safely. This Class A CDL practice test exclusively relates to that exam and does not contain any DMV test questions relating to the Class A endorsement exams, two of which you will need to take as a compulsory requirement in the overall ND Class A test.

Class A vehicles have certain features which are not always present in Class C or Class B vehicles, which is why the two endorsements associated with these features are mandatory for Class A commercial driving students. These are the Air Brake and Combination Vehicle endorsements. Remember, you do not have to deal with endorsements until you’ve acquired your commercial driving learners permit, so for the moment you should stick with this general knowledge Class A license ND practice test. When it is time to start preparing for the endorsement exams, we do have other Class A drivers license practice tests on the website which can help you.

As it is through the endorsement exams that you will be assessed on vehicle-specific knowledge, the North Dakota DOT test for general knowledge is “one size fits all”. There is no difference in this exam for Class C, Class B or Class A commercial driving students. It deals with topics that are relevant for all drivers, such as basic control of the vehicle, seeing hazards, shifting gears, seeing, communicating, managing space, vehicle inspection, accident and emergency procedures, dealing with aggressive drivers, fires, road signs and rules – to name just a few! All of this is laid out in the ND DMV handbook for 2020, which can be obtained free-of-charge from their official website. Make sure you have a copy as you will not stand a chance of passing the exam without it!

As the DOT permit test is the same for all drivers, this DMV CDL practice test for North Dakota is appropriate for Class C and Class B commercial driving students too! You do not actually need to find a Class C, Class B or Class A general knowledge practice test ND quiz, as there is no such thing. This means that can wait until after the general knowledge North Dakota DMV permit test to decide which vehicle class you’re applying for, if you’re not sure yet.

We hope you enjoy the guidance tools and fantastic images on this handy, 20-question quiz! Have you got what it takes to answer 80 percent of the questions correctly and score a pass?