States has conveniently compiled a list for each state giving access to any state CDL Manual, or you can browse online CDL Manual at

Your state Commercial Driver License (CDL) manual is the official reference you should study so you are familiar with important safety information about being a Truck Driver. However, we have compiled a database of DMV test questions and answers so effective most people pass their Class A CDL after only 3 days of taking the General Knowledge, Combination Vehicles and Air Brakes practice DMV tests.

We also provide you with your state's CDL manual so you have all the information you need at the same location which makes practicing for your CDL TEST fast and easy.

Each state has specific links to the state DMV homepage and state DMV CDL manual to keep you up to date on specific CDL career information concerning: eligibility requirements, medical and physical requirements, CDL physical exams, endorsements, exemptions, application procedures, CDL tests needed to obtain Class A or Class B, restrictions, fees, serious traffic and prescription RX violations and Drug or Alcohol violations.

The manual also acts as a CDL study guide because it contains all of the required information that you need to master prior to taking your CDL exam at the DMV.

The CDL manual covers truck driving areas such as: driving safely, transporting cargo safely, and transporting passengers safely, air brakes, combination vehicles, doubles and triples, tank vehicles, hazardous materials, school buses, skills testing, pre-trip inspection, and on-road driving test.

Find your state's CDL manual, licensing requirements, and state DMV Home Page by clicking on the appropriate link below:

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