Ohio CDL Hazardous Materials Practice Test (OH) 2021

Unlock the 2021 Ohio CDL test with the help of these free sample questions! HazMat questions only!

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

  • Questions: 50
  • Correct answers to pass: 40
  • Passing score: 80%
  • Test locations: Bureau of Motor Vehicles (BMV) Offices
  • Test languages: English, Spanish
  • Based upon: Ohio CDL Manual
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Working in any kind of commercial driving role that involves the transportation or handling of hazardous materials, requires an Ohio hazmat permit. To achieve this qualification, you will need to learn about hazardous material types, warning placards to be displayed on your vehicle, the properties of different materials, containment rules and other essential regulations designed to protect people and the environment from dangerous substances. The CDL hazmat practice test for Ohio learners on this page of our website can help you acquire all this knowledge, in conjunction with the official H endorsement study material in the handbook. The Ohio CDL hazmat test is the largest and most challenging CDL license endorsement exam by far; attempting to pass it without first spending some time with realistic permit test questions would be a serious mistake. Here on you will find all the CDL hazmat test questions and answers for Ohio applicants you will ever need throughout your learning journey, and this introductory 2021 hazmat practice test is a great place to begin getting acquainted with them.

It is likely that your future driving job demands a hazmat endorsement, if you will be dealing with cargo that is explosive, flammable, radioactive, corrosive, toxic or poisonous. As the Ohio hazmat study guide chapter of the permit book lists the properties of substances which would require an H endorsement, you can use that information to find out if the qualification is necessary for your career. If in doubt, check with your employer before you begin working with our Ohio practice temps test for hazardous material drivers. It is better to be certain which license endorsements you will require before embarking on a study plan, otherwise you could end up wasting time on irrelevant material. Furthermore, you should not start studying for this endorsement or any other, until the initial BMV general knowledge test for Ohio commercial drivers is out of the way. Instead, dedicate roughly a third of your study time to using our Ohio CDL practice test general knowledge quiz and the remaining time to the general knowledge material in the permit book.

The Ohio hazmat endorsement is quite unusual in that it could be necessary for Class A, Class B or Class C drivers. Hazardous materials could be transported in a vehicle of any size, though most commercial driving students who apply for the H endorsement come from Class B or Class A. As the Air Brakes endorsement is compulsory for these classes, it is likely you will need our Class A and Class B practice test Ohio air brakes quiz, before you start using the resource on this page. If your vehicle will be a Class A combination truck, our Combination Vehicles Class A license Ohio practice test will come in handy too. While not essential, the Tanker Vehicles endorsement would be a useful addition to your license, as some of the most common hazardous cargos on our roads are liquids, such as industrial chemicals and gas. When you are finished using our Ohio hazmat practice test 2021 quiz to earn your H endorsement, why not check out our Tanker Vehicles temps practice test next?

We find that hazmat endorsement applicants with limited time benefit greatly from using our Ohio hazmat endorsement practice test. We have not programmed a time limit into the quiz, so that students can take as much time as they need to think over each question and look up information in the study guide if necessary. Even taking your time, you should be able to work through every question on the test in under five minutes!