Air Brake CDL Test – 03

We know that taking the air brakes test as part of your CDL permit can cause anxiety in even the most confident driver. That is why we designed this free air brake CDL test so that you can practice and get an idea of what types of questions will be asked on the actual test at the DMV. We encourage you to take it as many times as you would like or until you get a perfect score. We hope that this practice test proves helpful as you study for your exam. Please visit us again and take all of our practice exams as often as you would like.

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If you only have ABS on your trailer and you start to lose control of the tractor steering, you should...?

Question 1 of 25

You should test the compressor governor cut in and cut out pressures with the engine running at...?

Question 2 of 25

If your brakes are very hot, or are wet when the temperature is freezing, instead of using the parking brake you should...?

Question 3 of 25

Braking at 15 mph on dry pavement, you will take how much further to stop with air brakes than you would with hydraulic brakes?

Question 4 of 25

When you have chosen a 'safe' speed for descending, you should try to keep your speed between it and...?

Question 5 of 25

Front wheel braking is good under all conditions.

Question 6 of 25

If the air compressor develops a leak, what keeps the air in the tanks?

Question 7 of 25

Braking with air brakes from a 55 mph on dry pavement will add how much to your total stopping distance compared to hydraulic brakes?

Question 8 of 25

If your brakes are very hot from a long downgrade, you should avoid...?

Question 9 of 25

To test the parking brake, you should apply it and...?

Question 10 of 25

Which of these is the most important factor in descending a downgrade safely?

Question 11 of 25

You are driving a vehicle at 55 mph on dry pavement under good traction conditions. What is the approximate total stopping distance needed to bring your vehicle to a complete stop?

Question 12 of 25

If you only have ABS on your tractor and your trailer starts to swing out, you should...?

Question 13 of 25

Repeatedly pressing and releasing (FANNING) the pedal may result in a loss of air pressure.

Question 14 of 25

When braking with a manual transmission, you should not press the clutch in until the engine RPM is...?

Question 15 of 25

To reach a speed 5 mph below your 'safe' speed on a downgrade should take around...?

Question 16 of 25

If your ABS malfunctions, you should...?

Question 17 of 25

When braking on downgrades...?

Question 18 of 25

The first maneuver in 'stab braking' is to...?

Question 19 of 25

Which of these is a factor in braking with air brakes which does not apply to hydraulic brakes?

Question 20 of 25

If your wheels lock up, you must be aware that after you release the brakes it can take up to how long for the wheels to start rolling again?

Question 21 of 25

ABS brakes will help you to...?

Question 22 of 25

While making a controlled braking stop, your steering adjustments should be...?

Question 23 of 25

For a normal stop with air brakes, you should...?

Question 24 of 25

Your brakes will overheat and start to fade if...?

Question 25 of 25


 

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Air Brake CDL Test

Steps to take to get a CDL air brake endorsement:

Fees
The first thing you will have to do is pay a fee to apply for the air brakes endorsement before you can take the written knowledge Air Brakes CDL Test .

Book a practical test
The next step is to book a practical test appointment. To do that, you will need a valid driver’s license number, a preferred location for taking the test, a second and third choice of location and a preferred date. If you are not sure whether to take the test or not, you can cancel or reschedule the test appointment.

There are three types of CDL classes that determine the type of vehicle you may drive and how much you may tow. A Class A CDL class allows you to operate a vehicle with a GCWR of 26,001 if the vehicle you tow weighs more than 10,000 and a Class B CDL allows you to operate a vehicle with a GVWR of 26,001 or more pounds or operate any vehicle towing another vehicle that weighs less than 10,000 GVWR. With a Class C CDL, you can operate a Class C vehicle that transports hazardous materials.

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