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Let's score high with New Mexico CDL practice test now!!

Our copious NM CDL practice tests are designed for you to get ready for the CDL written knowledge exam in New Mexico state. Those prep materials mimic the actual exam so as to provide the best experience and assist you to pass the test with flying colors. All the topics of General Knowledge, Air Brakes, Combination Vehicles, Pre-trip Inspection, Doubles & Triples, Tanker, Hazardous Material, Passenger, and School Bus Endorsements will be covered in our New Mexico CDL practice test.

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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

New Mexico CDL practice test

1. How is a New Mexico CDL test created?

A Commercial Driver's License in New Mexico or any other state can only be obtained once you sit the CDL written knowledge test. The must-take CDL general knowledge test consists of 50 multiple-choice and True or False questions, and your task is to answer correctly 40 questions or more (≥ 80%). 

Besides, you need to take appropriate endorsements on the basis of the class type and purpose you’re looking for:

  • P - New Mexico CDL Passenger Vehicles
  • S - New Mexico CDL School Bus
  • N - New Mexico CDL Tanker Vehicles

2. Why should you take the New Mexico CDL practice test?

If you like to learn at your own speed and finally get good results, the CDL practice exam is a fantastic option. We aim to provide you with the finest experience possible when studying for the CDL exam by providing hundreds of practice questions in various categories based on the New Mexico CDL Manual. Below are the divided sections for your CDL practice test:

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

and 5 endorsements:

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

You can freely choose any practice test and do whenever and wherever you want with the Internet connection. Therefore, don’t wait but access our website or download our CSCS Test Pro 2022  application and practice now!

3. How are you required to get a Commercial Driver's License in New Mexico State?

If you're in one of the following situations, it's essential to hold a New Mexico CDL:

  • You operate a single vehicle with an GVWR of over 26,000 Ibs 
  • You operate a combination vehicle with an GVWR of over 26,000 Ibs, towing an  unit over 10,000 Lbs GVWR
  • You operate a vehicle to transport at least 16 passengers, including the driver
  • You operate a vehicle that requires hazardous material placards (Hazmat) or holds a select agent or toxin listed in 42 CFR Part 73, regardless of the size

Then, once you're listed to be the driver who needs a CDL License, all the requirements below need to be taken into consideration: 

  • At least 18 years old to operate a commercial vehicle within the New Mexico state and at least 21 years old to drive commercial vehicles outside the state lines
  • Provide the U.S citizenship and New Mexico residence proof with a Social Security Card, a Birth Certificate, or a Green Card
  • Must not have more than 1 driver's license 
  • Must not be disqualified, suspended, revoked, or canceled in any state with regards to driving qualifications
  • Meet the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations medical requirements
  • Pass the CDL exam (written knowledge test and road/skills test)

4. How much is a Commercial Driver's License in New Mexico?

The New Mexico Commercial Driver’s License application fees are charged as follows:

  • 4-year-license: $18.
  • 8-year-license: $34.

Drivers who are 79 years and up must renew their license yearly, but they are not required to pay renewal fees.

5. Can you renew your New Mexico CDL License?

You absolutely can renew your CDL license in New Mexico by visiting the local NM Motor Vehicle Division office. In order to renew your hazardous material endorsement, you will need to go in person to your local MVD office and bring the documents below:

  • Current CDL
  • Social Security card
  • Birth Certificate
  • DOT Medical Examination Report

Besides, you can renew your driver's license online in New Mexico. This new rule makes CDL renewal quick, simple, and convenient, and it applies to MVDs across the state.

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