CDL Endorsement -
CDL License - Transporting Passengers - Practice Exam|
- 80 Questions
The Transporting Passengers exam
guide is designed to help drivers understand the role and responsibilities
of transporting passengers commercially. Bus drivers must have a commercial
driver license if they drive a vehicle designed to seat more than 15
persons, including the driver. Bus drivers must have a passenger endorsement
on their commercial driver license.
Time limit: 120
minutes. Passing Score: 80%
This CDL - Transporting Passengers practice exam contains 80 questions much like those that will
appear in any of the CDL - Commercial Driver License exam.
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CDL License - Transporting Passengers
To get the endorsement you must pass the general knowledge test and the
transporting passengers endorsement exam. (If your bus has air brakes, you
must also pass the air brakes endorsement exam). After completing the
required written exams you must then pass the skills tests required for the
class of vehicle you drive.
To get your CDL and the endorsements to drive a
Transporting Passengers, you must pass:
• The written general knowledge test
• The written
Transporting Passengers test
written air brakes test if your vehicle is equipped with air brakes
If you plan to drive a bus equipped with air brakes, you must take the skills test in a bus equipped with air brakes.
To prepare for these tests, study:
• General Knowledge
• Air Brakes (if your vehicle will be equipped with air brakes)
• Transporting Passengers.
If you plan to drive a
Transporting Passengers designed to carry fewer than 16 passengers, including the driver, you do not need to obtain a CDL, Class B or C, or the passenger bus endorsement. However, you must have the
Transporting Passengers endorsement on your driver's license. Therefore, you will need to take the
Transporting Passengers knowledge and skills tests. You will be restricted to driving buses designed to carry fewer than 16 passengers and this restriction will be printed on your license.
Safe Driving Rules
Drive smoothly. Because your tank vehicle has a high center of gravity and because of liquid surge, you must start, slow down and stop very smoothly. You must
also make smooth turns. Otherwise, your vehicle could roll over.
Use controlled or stab braking. If you must stop quickly to avoid a crash, use controlled or stab braking.
Remember, if you steer quickly while braking, your vehicle could roll over.
Slow down before curves. Then, accelerate slightly through the curve. The posted speed for a curve may be too fast for a tank vehicle. Stay below the posted speed.
Maintain a safe stopping distance between you and the vehicle ahead. Remember, wet roads, double the normal stopping distance. Empty
Transporting Passengers may take longer to stop than loaded ones.
Don't over-steer, over-accelerate or over-brake. This could cause your vehicle to skid or roll over. If your drive wheels or trailer wheels begin to skid, your vehicle may jackknife. If your vehicle starts to skid, take immediate action to restore traction to the wheels.
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