How do I apply for a Hazmat endorsement in Florida? Florida

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The road to obtaining your hazardous materials (HAZMAT) endorsement on your CDL is a bit complicated, but here are the details.

HAZMAT CDL Written Test

You'll need to pass a written test to gain your HAZMAT endorsement; this is addition to the basic written test given to anyone applying for a commercial license. Those who pass this test must pay a $5 fee to add the HAZMAT endorsement to their license.

CDL Practice Test


One smart way to prepare for your HAZMAT test is to take a couple CDL practice tests. Like taking any other kind of practice CDL test, doing so will reinforce the information in your mind, and show you where additional studying may be needed.

HAZMAT CDL Background Test

Each CDL driver trying to obtain a HAZMAT endorsement must also pass a background test, which includes being fingerprinted.

You'll need to complete a HAZMAT application form first, and then get your fingerprints taken at a Florida driver's license office when you turn in your application. You can obtain the form at the office or through the FL DHSMV site. The background exam costs $91.

If you pass the background and written tests, you'll receive a new license in the mail that contains your HAZMAT endorsement; this applies no matter what CDL class license you possess.

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