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  • What skills do I need for the behind the wheel test?

    In order to obtain a drivers license you will need to pass a behind the wheel test and prove that you're not a dangerous driver, but instead a safe and responsible driver. During testing you'll need t...

  • How can I obtain my driving record?

    Driving records will need to be obtained by most people at one time or another during their lives. A driving record provides the last known address for a person, his date of birth, and sometimes his ...

  • What types of vehicles can I drive with a Class B CDL?

    A Class B CDL allows you to operate the following: buses, regardless of size, passenger vans, motorhomes, standard-sized dump trucks, tow trucks, cement mixers, delivery vans, garbage trucks, utility ...

  • Who can conduct a DOT Physical for a CDL?

    Any licensed medical examiner can complete the CDL examination. This includes medical doctors, physician assistants, chiropractors, and advanced practice nurses. The Department of Transportation (DOT...

  • Where can I get a CDL Practice Test?

    If you're interested in obtaining a commercial driver's license, you may be worried about whether or not you have the skills needed to pass the CDL test. Fortunately, there are many ways to obtain a ...

  • Where do I get a CDL Medical Card?

    The medical certification process begins by making an appointment with a licensed medical examiner, such as a medical doctor, physician assistant, chiropractor, or advanced practice nurse who will exa...

  • What are a few ways I should learn to parallel park?

    Parallel parking. Probably since the advent of the driving test, just the term itself has been striking fear in the hearts of applicants nation wide. Yet, mastering the art of parking parallel –...

  • Can I obtain a free driving record?

    If you need to check your driver's license status in case you have a suspended license, you have a variety of options for obtaining a free driving record (also known as a driving abstract or DMV Recor...

  • What info does a driving abstract contain?

    Many people who wish to check the status of their driver's license find it confusing to distinguish between a driver record and a driving abstract. A driving abstract contains your driving record. Ho...

  • How do you determine whether elderly drivers are safe drivers?

    Driving might be a privilege, but there’s no denying it offers a freedom. Taking that freedom away from a senior who’s become unable to drive safely is no easy task. It’s a tough si...

  • What will be on the drivers test?

    This differs a little by state, but you can generally expect to find questions concerning the following on the drivers test: Traffic laws Correct driving procedures (turns, stopping, yiel...

  • How can I find out what the knowledge test questions are?

    You can't. At least, you can't know the exact knowledge test questions you'll be asked. But, don't worry. You'll be fine as long as you'll study the information contained in your state's DMV manual,...

  • What shows up on DMV records?

    If you're concerned about your privacy, you may find yourself wondering what shows up on DMV records. Records collected by the DMV can tell a driver's date of birth and sometimes his Social Security ...

  • What should I study for the knowledge test?

    There's a lot you need to know, as having a driver's license is a serious responsibility. That's the bad news. The good news is that all the information you must know is contained in your state's DMV...

  • Where can I download a CDL Pre Trip Inspection Checklist?

    That depends on where you live. The CDL manual covers inspection checklist information in detail. However, not every state's driver's license division allows you to download this manual. And, even if...

  • Does my state offer a DMV practice test?

    Being required to take a knowledge test to earn your driver's license is common for first time drivers and those who have a suspended or expired license. However, the job of the DMV is not to create u...

  • English is not my first language, is there a Spanish test?

    Yes, there are Spanish practice tests available, although it make take some searching to find them. Also, some state DMV agencies offer the driver's license test in Spanish (and other foreign langu...

  • How can I study for the traffic sign recognition test?

    To get your drivers license, you will need to take a road sign test to correctly answer traffic sign recognition questions. It's a staple of every DMV exam. To study for the DMV traffic sign recogni...

  • How can I sign up for the DMV practice permit test?

    If taking a DMV practice permit test for your learners permit in your local DMV office is an option (or, if you need to know if it’s an option) and you want to find out how to sign up, you can: ...

  • What will be on the traffic sign test?

    It's impossible to say exactly what sort of signs will be on your drivers license test--the states mix them up from time to time. However, at the very least, you should be able to identify the follow...

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