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CDL PRACTICE TEST - GENERAL KNOWLEDGE (NORTH DAKOTA)

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The CDL general knowledge test is required to be taken by all CDL applicants. The North Dakota CDL test consists of 50 questions. To pass, you must correctly answer at least 40 questions (80%). The general knowledge test covers the contents of the North Dakota CDL Manual. All CDL applicants (Class A, B and C) must study the following sections: Driving Safely, Transporting Cargo Safely, Air Brakes (if you plan to operate vehicles equipped with air brakes), Vehicle Inspection Test, Basic Control Skills Test, Road Test. In addition, the Class A CDL test will include questions based on the Combination Vehicles section. Take this CDL practice test now to prepare for the actual ND general knowledge test! To get your CDL, you must pass both the knowledge and skills tests. CDL knowledge tests include: General Knowledge, Passenger Transport, Air Brakes, Combination Vehicles, Hazardous Materials, Tanker Vehicles, Doubles/Triples, School Bus, Firefighter. Depending on what class of license (A, B or C) and endorsements you need, you must take one or more knowledge tests. A special endorsement is also required to drive certain types of vehicles. The following endorsements may be used with a Class A, B or C CDL: HazMat (H), Tank Vehicles (N), Tank Vehicles Transporting Hazardous Materials (X) and Passenger Transport (P). The School Bus endorsement (S) is only available for Class A or B CDL, and the Doubles/Triples endorsement (T) is only available for Class A driver's licenses.
1. When checking the engine compartment, which of the following should you check?
Windshield washer fluid level.
Engine oil level.
Battery fluid level.
All of the above.
2. In coming down a long, steep downgrade, which of the following is NOT a factor you should consider to select an appropriate safe speed?
Weather
Road conditions
Steepness of the grade
Your schedule
3. Reaction distance is the distance you will continue to travel, in ideal conditions:
from the time your eyes see a hazard until your brain recognizes it.
before the vehicle comes to a complete stop.
before you physically hit the brakes.
All of the above.
4. Even if you are not required to always stop at railroad crossings and you are sure no train is approaching, you must stop before reaching the crossing if:
you can drive completely through the crossing without stopping.
the tracks are not clear.
there is oncoming traffic.
there is no oncoming traffic.
5. What is an important thing to remember about emergency braking?
You should never use stab braking.
Your natural response (hitting the brakes) is never the right solution.
Pushing down on the brake pedal as hard as you can will only keep the wheels locked up and cause a skid.
The more heavily loaded semitrailer trailer should be in the rear.
6. Passive railroad crossings:
do not have traffic control devices.
usually have a person directing traffic.
should never be crossed using a CMV.
have at least one traffic control device.
7. What three things add up to total stopping distance?
Reaction distance + braking distance
Perception distance, reaction distance and braking distance
Braking distance + stopping distance
Reaction distance + viewing distance + braking distance
8. You cannot inspect sealed loads, but you should:
check that the lightest parts of the cargo are under the heaviest parts.
check that you do not exceed gross weight and axle weight limits.
check that the content matches the description on the shipping paper.
make sure the cargo is piled up high.
9. When driving in very hot weather you should inspect your tires regularly. Why?
The minimum tread depth may vary.
Air pressure increases with temperature.
Hydroplaning is more likely if tire pressure is low.
All of the above.
10. When you exit a highway using an off ramp that goes downhill and turns at the same time, you should:
slow down to the posted speed limit for the off ramp.
get on the curved part of the off ramp, then brake and turn at the same time.
slow down before you get on the curved part of an off ramp.
wait until you are in the curve curved part of the off ramp before downshifting.
 
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ND CDL Knowledge Test

Number of questions: 50
Correct answers to pass:40
Passing score:80%
Number of questions: 50
Correct answers to pass:40
Passing score:80%
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