Free Arizona CDL General Knowledge Practice Test 2022

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Our CDL practice tests:
Based on 2022 AZ commercial driver's license manual
Full answers + detailed explanations
Perfect for first-time, renewal applicants
AZ CDL General Knowledge Test format:
50 questions
40 correct answers to pass
80% passing score
List of questions
You're loaded heavy with 1/2 tank of fuel onboard. Using the following numbers, where should you move the 5th wheel to get it setup properly?

steer axle: 10,800 pounds
drive axles: 34,700 pounds
Weight transfer: 500 pounds per hole
When driving vehicles with ABS, braking:
If the cargo is fully contained in a sided vehicle, what is the minimum requirement for withstanding sideways force?
You weigh the truck immediately before and after fueling. Based on the following, determine what percentage of the weight goes to each set of axles:

Before fueling:

steer: 10,200, drives: 31,300, gross: 71,700

After fueling:

steer:11,000, drives: 31,500, gross: 72,700

When starting to move the truck, when is it acceptable to roll backwards?
You're in Illinois which allows up to 20,000 pounds on the steer axle. You're heading to Indiana which only allows 12,000 on the steer axle. Your steer tires have a load rating of 6,500 pounds each. What is the maximum legal weight your steer axle can be for each of the two states?
When coming down a long, steep downgrade, what should be your primary method of controlling your speed?
How many knots are acceptable in a properly working tiedown?
Based on the following information, how much fuel can you legally add while remaining legal on the drive axles?

Percentage of fuel weight to drive axles: 25%

Weight Before Fueling: Steer: 11,275, drives: 33,800, gross: 77,420

In cargo securement, a wedge is defined as:
The responsibility for repairing items noted on the pre-trip report that affect safety belongs to:
Sliding the 5th wheel will change the weight distribution almost exclusively between which sets of axles?
You're loaded heavy with 1/2 tank of fuel onboard. Using the following numbers, where should you move the 5th wheel to get it setup properly?

steer axle: 12,300 pounds
drive axles: 33,100 pounds
Weight transfer: 500 pounds per hole
What happens if you spend 8 hours in the sleeper berth?
Three serious traffic violations in a 3-year period will result in a CDL disqualification of:
Which of the following is not true of Working Load Limit (WLL)?
All of the following should be part of the engine compartment check except:
Which of the following is not an acceptable method of containing loose parts when securing flattened or crushed vehicles?
A sided vehicle containing cargo weighing 35,980 lbs must be able to withstand a rearward force of at least:
How long should it take oil pressure to come up to normal?
What will be the ultimate limitation that prevents you from putting the trailer tandems as far to the rear of the trailer as possible?
In cargo securement, the deck is:
What is the minimum WLL required of tiedowns securing loaded intermodal containers on non-chassis vehicles?
Steering wheel play should not be more than:
Is the below example a completed 34 hour restart?
Day 1

Day 2
A load weighing 41,500 lbs requires securement against rearward force of:
Which of the following is not a requirement for shortwood loaded lengthwise?
An example of reckless driving is:
Which of the following is not a requirement of wood used as blocking or bracing?
'Blocking' is defined as:
A chock is generally used to secure:
Option #3 for a single metal coil with eyes lengthwise requires:
A 30 minute break violation occurs on the below example. What day and time does the violation occur?
Day 1

Day 2
To satisfy general cargo securement requirements, what is the minimum WLL for securing vehicles under 10,000 lbs?
What is the minimum aggregate WLL of all tiedowns in a group of concrete pipe?
What should you do while turning?
How many anchor points should be used to secure an intermodal container on a chassis vehicle?
Working Load Limit (WLL)is defined as:
All of the following are good tips to staying fit and ready to drive except:
Coming down steep, long, downgrades will require a driver to:
Generally, when steering in an emergency, which direction is your best option?
All of the following are true of alcohol except:
A device placed on the exposed edge of an article to distribute tiedown forces over a larger area of cargo than the tiedown itself, to protect the tie-down and/or cargo from damage, and to allow the tiedown to slide freely when being tensioned is a:
HOS regulations were designed to do all of the following except:
Specific hazards to watch for when traveling through work zones include:
Indirect tiedowns create what direction of force?
What is Gross Vehicle Weight Rating?
According to the general rule, for how much space should you leave in front of your vehicle at speeds below 40 mph?
What violations occurred on the below example?
On combination vehicles longer than 20 feet or wider than 80 inches, amber or yellow reflectors must be installed: