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

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CDL HAZMAT Endorsement Application Steps

Here's what you need to do get your hazardous materials (HAZMAT) endorsement.

  1. Complete the Transportation Security Administration's Security Background Check.
  2. Go to a full-service MA RMV office.
  3. Pass a HAZMAT test (written exam).
  4. Pay your fees.

Keep in mind it can take up to a month to process your background check results, and this must be completed before you apply for your HAZMAT endorsement. The background check costs about $90. This applies to each CDL class license.

If you have any more questions about obtaining your HAZMAT endorsement - or about other commercial license matters - give the Massachusetts RMV a call at (617) 351-4500.

CDL Practice Test


Try preparing for your HAZMAT exam by testing your knowledge with some CDL practice tests. As a CDL driver, these provide a reliable reading of how ready you are for the CDL test, and can indicate if more studying is required. These also enhance your chance of passing the HAZMAT CDL test on your first attempt.

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