WY CDL General Knowledge Exam Simulator 2023
What to expect on the actual WY CDL exam
- 40correct answers to pass
- 80%passing score
The DOT of Wyoming won’t give you a commercial driver’s license unless you do a few things first. For one, you have to face the General Knowledge test. This is a 50 question long, multiple-choice test that you only have an hour to finish. Get more than 10 of those pretty tricky questions wrong and you’ll fail the exam. Failure means you have to come back to the Wyoming DOT another day (you can’t take the test more than once per day) and that means finding more time in your busy schedule. That’s also time you could be out driving and making money. To avoid wasting a visit to the DOT make sure you’ve studied properly for the test. First get ahold of the official Wyoming Commercial Driver’s license Manual. Once you’ve looked that over a bit you’ll be ready to start taking practice exams. Our CDL General Knowledge practice tests demonstrate how the facts you’ve just absorbed look when in the right context. The questions are very similar (and in many cases identical) to what you’ll face on the real exam. If you can pass our tests, you should be confident that you can succeed when you get to the DMV. But failing the test isn’t the only thing that will get you sent home. You also need to make sure you have the documentation they need. This includes a Medical Examiner’s Certificate that proves you are physically qualified to drive a commercial vehicle. To obtain one you need to visit a licensed medical examiner as listed by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) National Registry. Then you’ll have to also present proof of US citizenship or permanent legal residency. A green card, social security card, or birth certificate are decent options for this. And lastly, you need to have a valid current driver’s license. With all that in place, along with your preparedness from acing practice tests, you’ll be ready to get in and out of the Wyoming DOT in one trip.
WY CDL Handbook
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