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Virginia Combination Vehicles (Class A) CDL Written Test - Description - Requirements - Procedures - Training - FREE Info

Virginia Combination Vehicles CDL Written Test

Prep for Virginia Combination Vehicles CDL Written Test

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Combination Vehicles CDL Endorsement - This exam is taken by those applicants applying for a Class A Virginia CDL. A Class A Virginia CDL is required to operate a combination of vehicles with a GVWR of 26,001 or more pounds provided the GVWR of the vehicle(s) being towed is in excess of 10,000 pounds GVW, which includes ALL Class "A" license applicants. Many states require a Class A CDL when pulling any commercial trailer exceeding 10,000 GVWR, regardless of the CGVWR (COMBINED Gross Vehicle Weight Rating). Check your state rules.

You must have a Class A Virginia CDL to drive "combination" vehicles. In order to get a Class A Virginia Commercial Driver's License, you must pass the Virginia CDL General Knowlwdge written test + the Virginia CDL Air Brakes written test + the Virginia CDL Combination Vehicles written test. You must also pass the three-part Virginia CDL Skills Tests in a "representative" vehicle. You must provide all required documentation and pay all required fees. Check your specific Virginia CDL Information for details.

The Virginia CDL Combination Vehicles written test study material includes:
  • Driving Combination Vehicles Safely
  • Coupling and Uncoupling
  • Inspecting a Combination Vehicle
The Virginia CDL Combination Vehicles written test study material is covered in Section 6 of the Free Virginia CDL Handbook (Commercial Driver's License Manual).

Typical number of questions on actual Virginia DMV Combination Vehicles Written Test:

  • 20 Questions