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 brakes 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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CDL Practice Test Air Brakes
Air brake endorsement course
At this stage of air brake endorsement, there are two versions of the airbrake endorsement courses that are normally provided. One of them is the By vehicle fleet owners course. Drivers will need to go for a 12-hour course if they are upgrading to class AZ license. Drivers holding class B, C, D, E, F or G licenses and wishing to get a Z endorsement will go for the 10.5-hour course.
The other version of the airbrake endorsement course is By community colleges and safety organizations. Drivers upgrading to class A (Z) license will go for a 12-hour course.
After successfully completing the endorsement course, you will get a referral envelope. This is the envelope expected at the DriveTest center normally within a period of 6 months before you get a CDL air brake endorsement. Try our free CDL practice test air brakes now we have 110 questions in our online database.
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.