If you need to operate a vehicle hauling goods, you should be equipped with a Minnesota commercial driver's license. Our MN CDL practice tests cover 9 different topics of General Knowledge, Air Brakes, Combination Vehicles, Pre-trip Inspection, Doubles & Triples, Tanker, Hazardous Material, Passenger, and School Bus Endorsements, which can ascertain that you are all set for the CDL exam.
Minnesota CDL practice test
A Minnesota CDL license is a necessity for those who operate:
Once holding a Minnesota CDL license, you are eligible to operate a commercial motor vehicle within the state of Minnesota owing to adequate knowledge and skills in driving a truck.
Before sitting the CDL written knowledge test, all applicants are required to reach 20/40 visual acuity for each eye in the vision test. Then, you will take the written knowledge exam in the form of multiple-choice and True or False questions. Apart from the 50-question general knowledge test compulsory for all test takers (at least 40 correct questions will be the requirement to pass the test), you are also asked to take different endorsement tests (e.g. Tanker, Double & Triple-Trailer, School Bus, etc.) corresponding to the class type of the commercial vehicle and the purpose you operate the truck.
At last, you can take the CDL skills road test after passing the required written knowledge tests. The road or skills test aims to validate your skills in motor vehicle laws and safety techniques.
- A minimum age of 18 is required to get a Class A CDL and 17 to achieve a Class B CDL
- Operators with Class C CDL must hold at least 1 endorsement out of HAZMAT endorsement, Passenger Transport endorsement, or School bus endorsement
- Meet the Federal DOT medical certificate by completing several medical forms, including the Medical Examination Report and Commercial Driver License Self-Certification Form
- Be not suspended, revoked, canceled, or disqualified to operate a vehicle in any state
In order to pass the Minnesota CDL exam, you need to prepare solid knowledge and skills to operate a commercial vehicle. As a result, a flexible learning schedule is pivotal for each learner to practice anywhere and anytime. Based on the demand of candidates, we offer you a wide range of FREE Minnesota CDL practice tests on both website and mobile application (App Store and Google Play) in different sections:
and 5 endorsements:
Install our app or visit our website now to best experience various CDL practice tests and other user-friendly features.
The DVS currently charges the following fees for CDLs and related services:
+ Class A CDL:
+ Class B CDL: $36.25
+ Class C CDL: $29.25
+ Class A, B, or C Instruction Permit: FREE
+ Endorsement examination: $2.50