Pennsylvania CDL Combination Vehicles Practice Test (PA) 2020

Tired of reading the drivers book? Take a break, take a free Pennsylvania combination test, take a ride to the DMV, pick up your CDL!

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

  • Questions: 50
  • Correct answers to pass: 40
  • Passing score: 80%
  • Test locations: Department of Transportation (PennDOT) Offices
  • Test languages: English, Spanish
  • Based upon: PA CDL Manual
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Becoming a Class A commercial driver will qualify you to operate some of the largest and most powerful vehicles on our roads and consequently, involves a number of mandatory DMV written tests. Among these is the Pennsylvania CDL combination test, successful completion of which will earn you a Combination Vehicles endorsement for your commercial driving learners permit. Free CDL practice tests are enormously beneficial tools in preparing for any PennDOT permit test, as they help you to develop confidence in answering real permit test questions with the information you have learned, prior to taking your chances on the real assessment. If you are getting ready to take the Combination Vehicles permit test, this PA combination CDL practice test can help you prepare. The information needed to study for the exam and work on this Combination Vehicles quiz can be found in a dedicated section of the 2020 permit book, which is available to download from the DMV website free of charge.

The CDL combination test PA exam is mandatory for aspiring Class A drivers, as all Class A commercial vehicles qualify as combination vehicles. The Air Brakes endorsement exam is the second mandatory test that every Class A driver must take after the CDL general knowledge PA exam, as every vehicle of Class B or above must be equipped with air brakes by law. When you are done with the combination vehicles permit test, you should use our PennDOT CDL practice test Pennsylvania quiz for the Air Brakes endorsement exam to prepare for your next compulsory test. However, if you have not yet passed the PA CDL general knowledge test 2020 exam, you should take a step back from Combination Vehicles revision and work with our dedicated DMV general knowledge practice test instead. If the Class A vehicle you hope to drive carries passengers, liquids or hazardous materials, you will need a further endorsement for your commercial driving permit, beyond the two compulsory ones we have mentioned here.

Our team have taken great care to source only the most accurate and realistic permit test questions for this PA CDL combination practice test. Much of the content you will encounter on this quiz has appeared on genuine exam papers in the past and all of it has been compared to information in the Combination Vehicles section of the current permit book to ensure its on-going relevance, without exception. Many of the questions on this CDL combination practice test for PA drivers and the real combination vehicle test focus on safety-related vehicle control theory, as combination vehicles have a high center of gravity and can easily be tipped, even on gentle bends or while changing lanes. The permit book will teach you everything about minimizing the risk of rolling, changing lanes, crossing railways, skid prevention and breaking distances which you must know to begin taking lessons, while our PennDOT learners permit practice test for Pennsylvania drivers will reinforce that knowledge, by giving you the opportunity to apply it.

You do not have to be concerned with getting a great score on this Class A license PA practice test the first time you use it, or even the second or third. It is free and available for unlimited re-tests, which means you can work on it as many times as you like and gradually build-up your grade as you go. The quiz itself facilitates this progress by correcting any wrong answers you enter with the right solution and offering a brief comment explaining why that solution is the right one. If you are keen to get started, why not have your first attempt at the PA DMV combination practice test today? Most students can get through it in just a few minutes!