Select Your Free 2024 UT CDL Practice Test to Get Started

Select Your <strong>Free 2024 UT CDL Practice Test</strong> to Get Started
Utah, home to the beautiful Glen Canyon and Fishlake National Forest, is one of the most beautiful and enjoyable states to drive in. A major producer of petroleum and mining, Utah companies are always looking to hire new truck drivers to help transport their goods across the country. Utah truck drivers most often travel along Route 15, through Provo, Salt Lake City, and Ogden. However, before you can travel these routes as a commercial driver, you will need to first pass your commercial driver’s license test. The test has proven to be challenging and if you don’t want to be part of the unlucky group that walks away from the DMV empty handed, it’s essential you prepare beforehand. While the state does a publish a helpful CDL manual, it’s equally important that you test your newly acquired knowledge. Test your knowledge now with our free Utah CDL practice tests. The tests have been carefully designed to cover the very same content you’ll find on the real exam. Use the handy progress tracker to see how well you are doing at any given moment while taking advantage of the instant feedback and helpful explanations. Take the first steps towards your CDL now with a free UT CDL practice test.

General Knowledge (150 questions)

  • Questions 1-50
    General Knowledge Test 1
    Start your journey here. Covers the essentials of safely operating a commercial vehicle in Utah. Unlimited attempts. Detailed explanations.
  • Questions 51-100
    General Knowledge Test 2
    Expect questions on vehicle checks, proper braking technique, fire prevention, visibility, space around your vehicle, stopping distance, and matching speed.
  • Questions 101-150
    General Knowledge Test 3
    Explore essential concepts including vehicle inspection, alcohol and driving, transporting cargo safely, inspecting cargo, air brakes, and important definitions.
  • 50 random questions
    General Knowledge Test Simulator
    Designed to replicate the actual CDL test experience. 50 multiple choice questions chosen at random from our database. Each new attempt generates a new set of questions.

HazMat (30 questions)

  • Questions 1-30
    UT CDL HazMat Test 1
    The path towards a HazMat Endorsement starts here. Questions cover loading requirements, regulated products, document storage, tire inspection, and item descriptions.

Passenger Vehicles (20 questions)

  • Questions 1-20
    UT Passenger Vehicles Test 1
    Test your knowledge of key concepts including proper procedures at railroad crossings, effective use of mirrors, matching speed with traffic, and stopping distances.

School Bus (20 questions)

  • 25 questions
    UT CDL School Bus Test 1
    Master the key aspects of operating a school bus. This practice test covers crucial topics like approaching stops, matching speed, and transporting passengers safely.

Air Brakes (25 questions)

  • Questions 1-25
    UT CDL Air Brakes Test 1
    Begin testing your knowledge of air brakes here. Covers tractor valves, pressure gauges, spring brakes, dual air brakes, brake fading/failure, air storeage tanks and more.

Combination Vehicles (24 questions)

  • Questions 1-24
    UT Combination Vehicles Test 1
    Boost your understanding of coupling tractor semi trailers, trailer hand valves, rollover risks, and trailer air lines with this powerful practice test.

Double/Triple Trailers (20 questions)

  • Questions 1-20
    UT Double/Triple Trailers Test 1
    Covers crucial topics including mastering proper steering techniques, coupling and decoupling trailers, navigating curves, managing space, and handling skids.

Tanker Vehicles (30 questions)

  • Questions 1-30
    UT CDL Tanker Vehicles Test 1
    The path towards a Tanker Vehicles Endorsement starts here. Covers identifying tanker vehicles, outage, high center of gravity, bulkheads, and baffled/unbaffled tanks.

Pre-Trip Inspection (9 questions)

  • Questions 1-9
    UT CDL Pre Trip Inspection Test 1
    Covers overall vehicle safety, documentation checks, vehicle components, the brake system, and operational elements such as lights, signals, and controls.