Oregon CDL Hazardous Materials Practice Test (OR) 2020

Your CDL written test answer key! 20 new Oregon HazMat permit test answers with images and study aids!

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

  • Questions: 50
  • Correct answers to pass: 40
  • Passing score: 80%
  • Test locations: Department of Transportation (DMV) Offices
  • Test languages: English, Spanish
  • Based upon: Oregon CDL Manual
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Are you a trainee commercial driver from Eugene, Salem, Portland or another part of Oregon? Figuring out which commercial driving license endorsements you will need for your vehicle and cargo can be confusing, but the information and resources we provide on can help. This page is home to our Oregon hazmat endorsement practice test, designed to assist students who wish to obtain an H endorsement for their commercial driving permit. Only drivers who will work transporting hazardous materials that are explosive, radioactive, corrosive, poisonous, toxic, flammable or dangerous in any other way need to take the Oregon CDL hazmat test. If you think this qualification will be necessary for your dream driving job, we recommend getting to work with our CDL hazmat practice test for Oregon drivers at the earliest opportunity. No DMV written test is easy, but the Oregon DMV hazmat test with its technical content and 30 permit test questions presents a particular challenge. The sooner you can start familiarizing yourself with the study material for this endorsement, the better.

Keep in mind that you should only use this CDL Oregon practice test when you are certain you will require a hazmat endorsement, have already passed the CDL general knowledge test and your mandatory endorsement exams. As keen as you may be to find out what the challenging H endorsement permit test will be like, working with this study material is not a good idea if you have other assessments to deal with first. If you have not completed the DMV general knowledge test yet, we suggest popping over to our Oregon CDL general knowledge practice test to start brushing up on rules of the road, vehicle operation and road sign meanings. If you are wondering which endorsements qualify as “mandatory”, consider what class of commercial vehicle you intend to drive when you become qualified. An Oregon hazmat permit may be required for Class C, Class B or Class A vehicles, though it is more commonly applied to the latter two. If your hazmat transportation vehicle qualifies as Class A, you will need to obtain Air Brakes and Combination Vehicles endorsements before studying hazmat-specific material. In the case of Class B, only the Air Brakes endorsement is required. There are DMV CDL practice test Oregon quizzes for both these endorsements and the Tanker Vehicles endorsement which commonly accompanies Hazmat, here on

Are you ready to start studying for the hazmat test in Oregon? Get your copy of the permit test study guide ready, then take your first shot at answering questions on this Oregon hazmat practice test 2020 quiz. The permit book breaks down everything you must know about containment rules, hazardous material identification and properties, warning placards, loading procedures, supervision and emergency protocols. These topics are addressed with questions on the real exam and our learners permit practice test for Oregon hazmat applicants, though you do not need to be well-acquainted with them before using the quiz for the first time. As the practice hazmat test is free and available for unlimited re-tests, you can use your first attempt to show you what to expect from the real permit test, without being too concerned about achieving a good score. Over time and with regular study the permit test study guide will bring you up-to-speed, making it easier to answer questions correctly with every new round on the Oregon CDL practice test. Before you know it, you will be ready to take on the actual hazmat endorsement permit test!