Utah CDL Combination Vehicles Practice Test (UT) 2020

Better than any Utah drivers manual! Nail the CDL written test with this new combination practice test! 20 new questions to take you another step forward!

  • 20 Questions
  • 80% Passing Score
  • 4 Mistakes Allowed
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Utah 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: Utah CDL Manual
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Driving some of the larger commercial vehicles on our roads such as combination tank-trucks, livestock transportation vehicles and multiple-trailer trucks demands a Class A commercial driving license, which is achieved through various DMV written tests. The Utah combination CDL test is one of three written assessments that all Class A commercial drivers must pass at a minimum, as every Class A vehicle is considered a combination vehicle. Preparing for the combination vehicles permit test can be made easy, with the Utah combination CDL practice test we have published on this page. The study material which you will need to work on our Utah CDL combination practice test is available for free download on the DMV website and here on

You may already have everything you need, as the Combination Vehicles material is contained in a single chapter of the main Utah CDL general knowledge study guide. If you have prepared for and passed the CDL general knowledge test recently, the copy of the permit book you used to study should still be up-to-date. If in doubt, it only takes a few moments to download another copy free of charge. The Utah DMV general knowledge test is actually the first of the three assessments you will need to pass to become Class A qualified. If you have not achieved this as yet, you will need our DMV general knowledge practice test as opposed to this Combination Vehicles quiz. The final mandatory endorsement for Class A drivers is the Air Brakes permit, which is also required by Class B drivers. Our Air Brakes DMV CDL practice test for Utah drivers is the perfect resource to help you study for that permit test when you are ready. As both the Utah CDL combination test and the Air Brakes test are equally essential to aspiring Class A drivers, it does not matter which of them you choose to take first. This CDL combination practice test Utah quiz is as good a place to start as any!

Operating Class A combination vehicles involves a unique set of challenges, for which the Combination Vehicles endorsement material and our Class A practice test for Utah students aim to prepare you. Through reading the Combination Vehicles section of the permit book and answering carefully formulated questions on this quiz, you will gradually develop an understanding of topics like how to avoid rolling your vehicle, dealing with corners and bends, changing lanes, how to cross railways safely, anti-lock braking and combination vehicle-specific inspection procedures. Using the study material to consider the questions on our Utah CDL Class A combination practice test will foster a more sophisticated understanding of the information than reading the permit book alone. Furthermore, this process will help you to retain the information for longer, so you do not have to read the study guide over and over again in the weeks preceding your exam. Of course, if there are any Combination Vehicles topics on the Class A license Utah practice test that you repeatedly struggle to answer correctly, returning to the applicable section of the permit test study guide for further reading may be required.

Our DMV learners permit practice test for Utah combination vehicle drivers is designed to mark your entries individually and indicate the correct answer when you make a mistake. This clever construction allows you to witness your final score take shape as you go along. Do not be overly concerned with passing the 2020 permit practice test first time, as you can retake it as many times as needed to achieve a grade you are happy with!