Welcome to Alaska CDL practice test!!

Consisting of 9 sections namely General Knowledge, Air Brakes, Combination, Doubles & Triples, Tanker, Hazardous Material, Passenger, School Bus, and Pre-trip Inspection, AK CDL practice test can give you opportunities to get one step closer to passing the CDL test with high score. Manifold practice questions are carefully compiled based on the Alaska CDL Permit Manual 2022. 

Be fully prepared with Alaska CDL full test now!!
General Knowledge
Air Brakes
Tanker Endorsement
Double And Triple - Trailer Endorsement
Hazardous Materials Endorsement (HazMat)
School Bus Endorsement
Passenger Endorsement
Pre-trip Inspection
Combination Vehicles

Alaska CDL practice test

1. Why should you choose Alaska CDL practice test?

To get you best prepare for the CDL exam, we compile multiple sets of Alaska CDL practice tests in different sections namely:

  • Alaska CDL General Knowledge practice test
  • Alaska CDL Air Brakes practice test
  • Alaska CDL Combination practice test
  • Alaska CDL Pre-trip Inspection practice test

and 5 endorsements:

  • Alaska CDL Tanker practice test
  • Alaska CDL Double And Triple-Trailer practice test
  • Alaska CDL HazMat practice test (Hazardous Materials)
  • Alaska CDL School Bus practice test
  • Alaska CDL Passenger practice test

Instead of struggling to look for a CDL course, you are freely accessible to many practice tests irrespective of time and place, which is suitable for your own learning pace. With the guidance and prep materials provided, you can find our website greatly appropriate for your CDL license application process.

All the content of the CDL Alaska exam is taken from the Alaska CDL Manual Book.

3. What is the structure of an Alaska CDL exam?

There will be 50 multiple choice questions in an Alaska CDL test and 40 of them need to be correct, in other words, 80% will be the condition to pass the CDL exam.

4. What are the requirements to obtain Alaska CDL License?

Applicants are first required to be at least 18 years old and currently live in Alaska. Besides, you must have a physical test by a FMCSA-Certified Medical Examiner to make sure that you are in good health and eligible to operate a commercial vehicle. 

However, the following situations may not give you a chance to apply for an Alaska CDL License: 

  • Currently not allowed to drive commercially in another state.
  • In Alaska or any other state, you hold more than one operator's license.
  • Your driver's license has either been suspended, denied, revoked, or canceled.

The Alaska CDL exam will be the decisive factor to decide whether you are able to own an Alaska CDL License and operate a commercial vehicle. The CDL written knowledge test consists of General Knowledge, Air Brakes, Combination Vehicles, and endorsements: 

  • H – Hazardous Materials
  • N – Tank Vehicles
  • P – Passenger
  • S – School Bus
  • T – Double/Triple
  • X – Combination Tank and Hazardous Materials

4. How much do you have to pay for an Alaska CDL License?

The fee to get a CDL License in Alaska will be the same for all three class types A, B, and C:

  • $15: commercial learner's permit (and another $5 for renewal)
  • $25: road test
  • $100: commercial driver's license

and for the CDL renewal fee, you have to pay another $100.

5. Why is it important to get an Alaska Commercial Driver's License?

Owning an Alaska Commercial Driver’s License means you are able to operate a commercial vehicle of more than 26,000 pounds or carry at least 16 passengers or haul hazardous materials. Your Alaska CDL License can only be approved within the area of this state, so an Alaska Commercial Driver’s License is indisputable for driving a commercial vehicle and getting paid in Alaska.

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