Free District of Columbia CDL HazMat Practice Test 2023

Welcome to the free CDL hazmat practice test for District of Columbia drivers. As you know, Hazardous Materials (HazMat) endorsement which allows you to carry a wider range of loads, including those objects with more dangerous items requires more training. As a CDL holder, if you want to expand your horizons, you have to get HazMat. The CDL hazmat questions will test your knowledge of various aspects of the safe transport and handling of hazardous materials. Our DC CDL practice test will give you the real experience of the exam as you will be more familiar with both the test format and the subject. The questions are based on the DC CDL Manual and each question has a detailed explanation so that it is very useful for you to learn more about each topic. You can take our CDL practice test as often as you want. Good luck and keep driving safely!

Our CDL practice tests:
Based on 2021 DC commercial driver's license manual
Full answers + detailed explanations
Perfect for first-time, renewal applicants
DC CDL HazMat Test format:
30 questions
24 correct answers to pass
80% passing score
List of questions
An example of a Class 5 hazard would be:
Who is required to provide hazmat training and testing to drivers involved in transporting hazmat?
In case hazardous materials leaking from a container but not spilling from your vehicle. Drive to the closest place where you can get help:
All hazardous materials will be identified with a number or name that reflects its risk called its:
Division 1.1 or 1.2 cannot be loaded or transported in which of the following cases?
To accurately describe the type of hazardous materials being carried, and their risk, shippers will provide:
The basic shipment of a hazardous material should include _______.
When should you inspect your vehicle when you are transporting hazardous materials?
To find out if a shipment includes a hazardous material, you should:
What size should placards be?
A vehicle placarded for hazardous materials must have placards on ____ sides.
You are transporting Class 3 Flammable Liquids and your tank breaks down. When is the appropriate time to use your emergency flares?
When loading or unloading explosives, your engine should be:
Ultimately, the responsibility to know if you must use special routes or need special permits falls to:
If a hazmat load is leaking, you should still drive it:
After loading, you should never transfer hazardous materials from one package to another, nor should you:
What are the shippers of hazardous materials responsible for?
Corrosive liquids should never be loaded with:
What is one of the first things you should do before unloading a hazardous material?
Moving an improperly placarded vehicle is allowed: