Free Arkansas CDL General Knowledge Practice Test 2022

You are looking for actual Arkansas CDL practice tests for your coming CDL test? So you have come to the right place. Our AR General Knowledge Practice Test has the same questions as the real exam which is based on the Arkansas CDL manual. Our test covers most of the subject areas on the Arkansas General Knowledge Test such as shifting techniques, railroad crossing safety, drunk driving laws, and much more to make you become a safer driver. In addition, each question has a detailed explanation that will help you understand the concept and answer future questions about it correctly. If you don't get the pass right away, don't worry, you can take this practice test an unlimited number of times to make sure you learn all the questions. Our CDL practice test pack will refine your driving knowledge so you can earn your CDL and start driving on the roads. Let’s take our practice test now!

Our CDL practice tests:
Based on 2022 AR commercial driver's license manual
Full answers + detailed explanations
Perfect for first-time, renewal applicants
AR CDL General Knowledge Test format:
50 questions
40 correct answers to pass
80% passing score
List of questions
Void filler is:
A vertical barrier across the front of the deck of a vehicle to prevent forward movement of cargo is a:
By law, who is ultimately responsible for ensuring the safety and road-worthiness of a CMV?
In case of tire failure, all of the following will be steps in your response except:
Which of the following can be used as part of the cargo securement system?
When can your logbook be inspected?
If the cargo is fully contained in a sided vehicle, what is the minimum requirement for withstanding sideways force?
When you change your duty status, you must document all of the following except:
What is the aggregate WLL of one 7/15 inch Grade 43 chain, and three 5/16 inch Grade 70 chains?
All of the following are requirements for transporting coils with eyes crosswise except:
All of the following are exempt from needing a CDL except:
When securing rolls of paper with eyes vertical, how many points of contact are required to consider a roll secure?
In cargo securement, a wedge is defined as:
How many on duty hours are remaining after the following has been logged (use a scratch sheet of paper if you need to):
- On duty/not driving: 3 hours
- Driving: 4 hours
- Sleeper berth: 8 hours
- Driving: 7 hours
- Off duty: 2 hours
A container chassis vehicle is defined as:
After an accident, you should only move a severely injured person:
What happens if you spend 8 hours in the sleeper berth?
Which of the following is not true of Working Load Limit (WLL)?
What factors typically determine your blood alcohol concentration BAC?
If you are being tailgated, you should not:
When hauling livestock, to prevent them from moving around too much and causing a dangerous situation you would use:
What is the safe number to use in calculations for the weight of fuel?
All of the following should be part of the engine compartment check except:
When securing paper rolls with eyes horizontal, which of the following should be used to secure the rear-most roll?
In case of brake failure, methods of stopping the vehicle include escaping into an open field, side street, or ramp, and:
Cargo and securement devices should be checked within how many miles after starting a trip?
How long should it take oil pressure to come up to normal?
Using the following numbers for your calculations, how much weight will come off your steer axle?

Miles per gallon: 7
Miles travelled: 280
Percenatage of fuel weight on steer axle: 80%
The load carrying area of a truck, trailer, or intermodal container is referred to as the:
What are the two most common tandem slider rail hole spacings, and roughly how much weight is transferred per hole?
Which of the following is not a requirement of wood used as blocking or bracing?
Using 7 miles per gallon as your fuel mileage and 8 pounds per gallon for the weight of fuel, how much total fuel weight will you burn off in 210 miles?
Cargo securement for a load weighing 37,000 lbs must be able to withstand a minimum forward braking force of:
A tractor trailer traveling 55 mph will travel how far between when the brain perceives a hazard and stopping?
High beams should only be used at a distance of:
Given that general cargo securement requires a WLL of at least 50% of cargo weight, how many 1/2-inch Grade 70 chains would be required for a load of 34,500 lbs?
A 'hook-lift container' is:
Cargo that isn't prevented from forward movement, and is 4 feet long and weighs 1,500 lbs requires a minimum of how many tiedowns?
Overall length limit on vehicles transporting machinery, poles, or structural objects is:
When backing, all of the following are important safety rules:
The most common cause of skids is:
What is the maximum legal weight for the drive axles or trailer tandems?
Whenever you double your speed, it will require how much more distance to stop?
Low-beam headlights generally light to a distance of:
The definition for "shortwood" identifies pieces that are no longer than:
A Class A CDL is required to drive a combination vehicle of over 26,001 lbs towing a vehicle weighing:
There will be times when you must take a minimum of a 30 minute break off duty before performing which of the following tasks?
If traveling slower than traffic flow on a grade, if legal you should:
When securing paper rolls with friction mats as a primary method:
When securing paper rolls with eyes crosswise, which of the following can be used to prevent side-to-side shifting when there is more than 8 inches of space to the wall?