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A Kansas commercial driver's license is a must once you get a job driving in Kansas City. To successfully obtain the license, our KS CDL practice tests with numerous questions covering General Knowledge, Air Brakes, Combination, Doubles & Triples, Tanker, Hazardous Material, Passenger, School Bus, and Pre-trip Inspection, with detailed answers and explanations based on the Kansas CDL Permit Manual 2023

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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

Kansas CDL practice test

1. Who is required to have a Kansas CDL?

In Kansas, if you want to drive any type of the following truck below, you are required to own a CDL: 

  • A single truck with a gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) of over 26,000 lbs
  • A combination truck GVWR over 26,000 lbs and link to a trailer over 10,000 lbs GVWR
  • A bus or van that carrier more than 16 people
  • Any vehicle transporting a specific agent or toxin specified in 42 CFR Part 73 requires hazardous material (Hazmat) placards.

2. What are the qualifications to hold a Kansas CDL?

To own the Kansas CDL, you must be through several steps to prove your understanding and skills. These basic requirements for Kansas CDL include:

  • At least 18 years old to drive within Kansas
  • At least 21 years old to drive over the state and carry the dangerous type of materials such as hazardous, and also transport people.
  • Own only one driver’s license without canceled or baned history.
  • Meet the medical requirements of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations
  • Provide the identity proof like Social Security Card, a Birth Certificate, or a Green Card
  • Obtain the Commercial Learner's Permit

3. What is included in the Kansas CDL test?

Normally, the CDL test includes 2 main types of test, which are:

  • Knowledge test: The basic knowledge test will cover 20 general aspects which are stated in 49 CFR 383.111 in the Kansas CDL manual including Safe operations regulations, vehicle control systems, light and speed, and hazardous materials, etc. In addition, if you are going to operate vehicles with air brakes in KS, you need to take a separate air test also. The minimum score to pass the Knowledge test is 40/50. 
  • Skill test: In this part, you will perform your skill in driving and operate them safely. It will be taken in the vehicle that you expect to operate after getting the KS CDL. For instance, you want to drive a tanker, so you will take the skill test on one pointed tanker.

4. What are the advantages of taking the Kansas CDL Practice Test?

CDL Kansas Practice tests are designed to boost your learning process with detailed schedule plans, and flashcards to remember all the terms and different levels for each part of the knowledge test. Besides, with our friendly interface, it is really easy for you to enjoy your learning process. Our questions storage contains: 

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

and 5 endorsements:

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

Visit our website or app now, we are available on App Store and CH play to enjoy the CDL learning process.

5. What are the possible fees for Kansas CDL? 

To drive your truck, you need a Commercial driver's license and the company fees along with it. In addition, there will be some extra fees for the CDL test and replace a new CDL:

  • Commercial driver license: $44 (Photo fee: $8, Written exam fee: $3, Skills test fee: $15, License fee: $18)
  • Endorsements: $10 each
  • Written exam retest fee: $1.50
  • Skills exam retest fee: $10
  • Replacement CDL: $16
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