These modules are INCLUDED in the CDL SUPER BUNDLE!!! (Get ALL VT Tests)
(These individual modules may be purchased separately)
Vermont General Knowledge CDL Test
COMPLETE CDL Test Prep Module - Prepares you to pass your actual Vermont CDL General Knowledge Learner Permit.
Vermont Passenger CDL Vehicles Test
COMPLETE CDL Test Prep Module - Prepares you to pass your actual
Vermont CDL Passenger Vehicles Learner Permit.
Vermont Air Brakes CDL Test
COMPLETE CDL Test Prep Module - Prepares you to pass your actual Vermont CDL Air Brakes Learner Permit.
Vermont Combination Vehicles CDL Test
COMPLETE CDL Test Prep Module - Prepares you to pass your actual Vermont CDL Combination Vehicles Learner Permit.
Vermont Doubles and Triples CDL Test
COMPLETE CDL Test Prep Module - Prepares you to pass your actual Vermont CDL Doubles and Triples Learner Permit.
Vermont Tank Vehicles CDL Test
COMPLETE CDL Test Prep Module - Prepares you to pass your actual Vermont CDL Tank Vehicles Learner Permit.
Vermont Hazardous Materials CDL Test
COMPLETE CDL Test Prep Module - Prepares you to pass your actual Vermont CDL Hazardous Materials Learner Permit.
Vermont CDL School Bus Test
COMPLETE CDL Test Prep Module - Prepares you to pass your actual VT CDL School Bus Written Test. Does NOT include REQUIRED Passenger Vehicles Test.
Vermont 3-Part CDL Skills Tests
COMPLETE CDL Test Prep Module - Helps prepare you to pass your actual Vermont CDL Skills Tests for ANY type of commercial vehicle.
Vermont CDL SUPER Bundle
The Vermont CDL SUPER Bundle Covers ALL Classes of CDL (Class A, Class B, Class C) and ALL Endorsements!
A Class A CDL is required to drive any combination of vehicles with a CGVWR (combined gross vehicle weight rating) of
26,001 or more pounds provided the GVWR of the vehicle(s) being towed is in excess of 10,000 pounds.
Some jurisdictions may require a Class A CDL when pulling a trailer in ecess of 10,000 pounds, regardless of the CGVWR.
A Class B CDL is required to drive any single vehicle with a GVWR of 26,001 or more pounds, or any such vehicle
towing a vehicle not in excess of 10,000 pounds GVWR.
A Class C CDL is required to drive any single vehicle, or combination of vehicles, that does not meet the definition
of Class A or Class B (ie: does not exceed 26,000 pounds GVWR), but is either designed to transport 16 or more passengers,
including the driver, or is placarded for hazardous materials.
Check the official Vermont CDL Information
website for details.
In order to obtain a Vermont CDL, you MUST successfully pass the following Vermont CDL tests
that are applicable to the type of vehicle you drive and type of loads that you carry. This bundle includes ALL tests . . . you will
choose those that apply to your needs.
- VT General Knowledge CDL written test.
- VT Air Brakes CDL written test.
- VT Combination Vehicles CDL written test.
- VT Passenger Vehicles CDL written test.
- VT Doubles and Triples CDL written test.
- VT Tank Vehicles CDL written test.
- VT Hazardous Materials CDL written test.
- VT School Bus CDL written test.
- VT Three-part CDL Skills tests in a representative-type vehicle.
We Offer the VERY BEST CDL Test Prep Programs . . .
We are the leader
in CDL Test Preparation, offering more study options available anywhere! Students respond differently
to study material presented in different formats. We present the study material in many different ways for optimal learning.
- CDL Training Material in Text and Diagrams
- CDL Study Material in Narrated Audio
- Interactive CDL Quizzes
- CDL Training Videos
- CDL Questions and Correct Answers
- CDL Real-Time Learning
- Downloable and Printable CDL Training Materials for Remote Study
Preparing for Vermont CDL Tests - Taking Vermont CDL Tests . . .
Our products help to prepare
you to be able to pass the required
Vermont CDL Tests. The actual
VermontCDL written tests must be taken in-person and with proper identification, at the
Vermont state office under the authority and audit of Vermontgovernment personnel. Our CDL training program is totally online and does not
include any training in an actual vehicle. After receiving your Vermont CLP (commercial license permit), you will likely
need to get some behind-the-wheel experience to be able to pass the three-part
Vermont CDL skills tests. You may choose to get this experience
through a friend, relative, employer or truck driving school. The actual VermontCDL three-part skills tests will be given by either a Vermontstate examiner or by a atate approved independant examiner. Depending upon the
location; the CDL test vehicle will be provided by the examiner, or will be the
responsibility of the applicant (a qualified CDL holder must be in the vehicle
until your CDL is issued).
Vermont CDL Fees and Associated Costs . . .
The entire amount paid to us is strictly for the VermontCDL Test Prep Program materials purchased on this website. YOU are responsible
for additional Vermont CDL fees as established under VermontState and/or Federal law and rules, third party testers, medical examiners, finger
printing, background checks, truck rental fees, etc., as may be applicable.
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