To prepare for a commercial driver's license passenger test, study the appropriate state guide, take practice exams, drill the relevant skills and get training if necessary. Uniontestprep.com, truckercountry.com and truckerstesting.com are among the websites offering free practice tests and pre-test resources.Continue Reading
Visit the licensing state's online resources to verify any state-specific pre-requirements before applying for a commercial driver's license passenger test. Truckercountry.com provides links to manuals for 50 states and the District of Columbia. Obtain a commercial learner's permit at least 14 days prior to testing to allow practice in the company of a licensed commercial driver. Provide evidence of medical fitness, which in most cases requires a Department of Transportation physical examination. Determine what forms of documentation are necessary for proof of residency and identity.
Schedule any tests, including general knowledge and passenger transport, which is necessary to achieve a Class B commercial license for transporting eight or more passengers in a bus or limousine. This exam consists of a written segment on safety and inspections, a safety inspection skills test and a road test. Schedule the air brakes test if planning to drive a bus fitted with air brakes.
Review materials for the scheduled tests. Uniontestprep.com offers practice tests, study guides and flash cards. Truckerstraining.com provides information on schools and training programs focused on commercial driver's license testing.Learn more about DMV & Records