CDL HAZMAT TEST – 03

The No. 1 FREE CDL HAZMAT Test. 75+ practice quiz questions and answers for the CDL HazMat Endorsement Test. This is the third in a series of hazmat test questions practice tests that are needed to prepare for the CDL exams.

We know that taking the HAZMAT test as part of your CDL permit can cause anxiety in even the most confident driver. That is why we designed this free CDL HAZMAT 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.

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HAZMAT Test 03

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You may not park your vehicle within ____ feet of an open flame.

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You or your employer must call the National Response Center if involved in a HAZMAT incident which involves property damage exceeding...?

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If a hazardous material is leaking from your vehicle, you must not move your vehicle?

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Who is responsible for checking that the shipper correctly named, labeled and marked a hazmat shipment?

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An accident involving hazardous materials must be reported to the proper government agency by the shipper.

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You must stop and check tires every time you park if you are carrying hazardous materials and are having _____ tires.

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How many times must you stop and check your dual tires while carrying hazardous materials?

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A power unit of a placarded vehicle is required to have a fire extinguisher with a UL rating of ____ B:C or more?

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A placarded vehicle must have placards on the front, rear and both sides.

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Class 6 poisons must be transported in a container with interconnectors.

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HAZMAT shipping papers require an emergency response telephone number...?

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When transporting division 1.1 or 1.2 explosives, you must not?

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When a shipper packages HAZMAT, who certifies that it has been prepared according to the rules?

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When crossing railroad tracks when carrying HAZMAT you must never...?

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If you have to separate vehicles involved in a collision when carrying explosives, you must remove the explosives and place them at least...?

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Detailed written reports of HAZMAT incidents must be made within what time of the incident?

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Who is responsible for packaging, labeling and preparing the hazardous material shipping papers before shipping?

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Who is responsible for making sure the driver of a HAZMAT cargo has the appropriate emergency response information for the hazardous material being shipped?

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Packages containing liquid HAZMAT must have...?

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A shipment of hazardous materials is described by Hazardous Materials Transportation Papers.

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When you are transporting chlorine in cargo tanks, you must have?

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The National Response Center must be informed immediately if a HAZMAT incident involves members of the public having to be evacuated for more than...?

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The intent of hazardous materials regulations is to ensure safe drivers, contain the material and hide the risk.

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Containment rules tell drivers how to load, transport, and to unload bulk tanks of hazardous materials.

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If you discover that one of your tires is leaking while carrying hazardous materials, you must?

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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.