What should I study to pass the CDL Hazmat Test?

Obviously, transporting hazardous materials is a serious responsibility. So, you will need to be well-versed in matters such as identifying hazardous materials, knowing the proper loading techniques, understanding the correct HAZMAT placard use, and being aware of general hazardous materials transportation issues.

As part of this, you must be familiar with HAZMAT rules, definitions, packaging, accident reporting procedures, cargo separation, parking, use of emergency equipment, and many other matters. Your state's commercial driver's manual has a section devoted to hazardous materials, and is an excellent source of CDL HAZMAT information.

However, before you head off to take your HAZMAT test, it's a good idea to see if you're truly prepared by taking a practice test.

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