Free Oregon CDL HazMat Practice Test 2022

Welcome to the free CDL hazmat practice test for Oregon 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 Oregan CDL hazmat test will gauge your knowledge of various aspects of the safe transport and handling of hazardous materials. Our Oregon 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 Oregon 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 retake our CDL practice test pack as often as you want. Good luck and keep driving safely!

Our CDL practice tests:
Based on 2022 OR commercial driver's license manual
Full answers + detailed explanations
Perfect for first-time, renewal applicants
OR CDL HazMat Test format:
30 questions
24 correct answers to pass
80% passing score
List of questions
1.
Who is responsible for safely transporting a hazardous material shipment without delay and keeping the shipping papers in the right place?
2.
If you need to placard a vehicle for hazardous materials, how many placards will you need?
3.
When transporting chlorine, a driver must have an emergency leak control kit and also:
4.
The letters 'RQ' appearing next to the basic description indicate:
5.
How many identical placards is a vehicle transporting hazardous materials required to display?
6.
When transporting damaged packages of explosives, you should:
7.
Safe route planning for radioactive material is done by:
8.
Cargo tanks are bulk packaging permanently attached to a vehicle whereas portable tanks are _______.
9.
If you are transporting explosives and you become involved in a collision, it is important you remove all explosives before separating the vehicles. These explosives must be placed how many feet away from the vehicles and occupied buildings?
10.
DANGEROUS placards may be used in place of separate placards when you have not loaded 2,205 lbs or more of a table 2 material in one place, and:
11.
Smoking is prohibited within _____ of a vehicle carrying Class 4.2 material:
12.
Signs identifying the hazard class of the cargo and placed on the outside of the vehicle are known as:
13.
You are driving a vehicle loaded with explosives, when is it safe to leave the vehicle unattended?
14.
An example of a flammable gas is:
15.
When loading or unloading explosives, your engine should be:
16.
There are ____ classes of hazardous materials.
17.
Who is responsible for certifying on the bills of lading that the hazardous materials are prepared correctly?
18.
The hazmat ID number should appear on all of the following except:
19.
Properly placarding the vehicle is the responsibility of the:
20.
Typically, identification numbers are _____ digit codes.