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Minnesota Eligible Endorsements for each Class of CDL

Minnesota Class C Commercial Driver's License must hold one or more of the following endorsements:
  • Hazardous Materials (H)
  • Passenger Transport (P)
  • School Bus (S) (this is an optional endorsement, not a requirement and cannot be held by itself with a Class C License)

Minnesota Class B Commercial Driver's License can hold one or more of the following endorsements:
  • Hazardous Materials (H)
  • Passenger Transport (P)
  • School Bus (S)
  • Tank Vehicle (N)
  • Tanker and Hazardous Materials (X)

Minnesota Class A Commercial Driver's License can hold one or more of the following endorsements:
  • Hazardous Materials (H)
  • Passenger Transport (P)
  • School Bus (S)
  • Tank Vehicle (N)
  • Tanker and Hazardous Materials (X)
  • Double/Triples (T)

Minnesota (CDL) Commercial Driver's License Fees
  • Class A, regular - $45.25
  • Class A, under age 21 - $25.25
  • Class B, regular or under age 21 - $37.25
  • Class C, regular or under age 21 - $30.25
  • School Bus Processing Fee - original and renewal applications - $4
  • Examination fee for each endorsement: $2.50
  • Retesting fee Third and subsequent knowledge test (after failing first two): $10
  • Retesting fee Third and subsequent road/skill test (after failing first two): $20

Minnesota CDL School Bus Endorsement Specifics:

No one may operate a type A, B, C or D school bus when transporting school children to or from school or a school-related trip or activity unless s/he has a valid commercial driver's license with a passenger and school bus endorsement. A person who has a valid driver's license but not a school bus or passenger endorsement may drive a type III school bus.

School Bus: A motor vehicle used to transport pupils (grades K-12) to or from a school or to or from school-related activities, by the school or a school district or by someone under an agreement with the school or a school district.

School Bus Driver: A person with a school bus endorsement on a valid Minnesota driver's license or a person with a valid Minnesota driver's license who drives a vehicle used as a school bus that has a passenger seating capacity of ten or fewer, including the driver.

Minnesota CDL School Bus Endorsement Background Check

Applicant must conduct a criminal history and driver's license record check of the applicant

If the applicant has lived in Minnesota for less than five years, the check also includes a national criminal history check (a temporary school bus endorsement may be issued to an otherwise qualified applicant. The temporary endorsement will be effective for no more than 180 days. The applicant must present an affidavit certifying that s/he has not been convicted of a disqualifying offense and a criminal history check from each state of residence for the previous five years. The criminal history check may be conducted and prepared by any public or private source acceptable to the commissioner of public safety).

Minnesota CDL Written Knowledge Tests
You will need to pass the Minnesota Knowledge Tests that are required for the class of license, restriction, and endorsements you wish to possess. A general knowledge test for the Class A or Class B and C license must be successfully completed by all CDL applicants. The information needed to pass these tests is contained in the FREE Minnesota CDL Handbook. Please read and study this manual carefully.
  • Class A - 70 Questions (50 GK + 20 Combination Vehicles) - Skills test required.
  • Class B - 50 Questions - Skills test required.
  • Class C - 50 Questions - Skills test required for bus, school bus and air brakes vehicles..
  • Passenger Endorsement - 20 questions - Skills test required in bus.
  • School Bus Endorsement - 25 questions - Skills test required in school bus.
  • Doubles/Triples Endorsement - 20 questions - No additional skills tests.
  • Tank Vehicle Endorsement - 20 questions - No additional skills tests.
  • Hazardous Materials Endorsement - 30 questions - No additional skills tests.
  • Air Brake Restriction Removal - 25 questions - Additional skills test in vehicle with Air Brakes.

Classes of Minnesota CDL and Required Tests

CDL Class Tests Required Possible Endorsements and Required Tests
Class A
(Combination
vehicle endorsement required)

General Knowledge Written Exam

Combination Endorsement Written Exam

Road Exam

H - Hazardous Materials Written Exam
N - Tank Vehicles Written Exam
P - Passenger Transport Written and Road Exam
T - Doubles/Triples Written Exam
X - HazMat and Tank Vehicles Written Exam
L - Air Brakes Written and Road Exam
S - School Bus Written and Road Exam
Class B

General Knowledge Written Exam

Road Exam

H - Hazardous Materials Written Exam
N - Tank Vehicles Written Exam
P - Passenger Transport Written and Road Exam
X - HazMat and Tank Vehicles Written Exam
L - Air Brakes Written and Road Exam
S - School Bus Written and Road Exam
Class C

General Knowledge Written Exam

Road Exam

Note: If upgrading to a Class C from a Class D, no road test is required UNLESS the endorsement requires one.
H - Hazardous Materials Written Exam
N - Tank Vehicles Written Exam
P - Passenger Transport Written and Road Exam
X - HazMat and Tank Vehicles Written Exam
L - Air Brakes Written and Road Exam
S - School Bus Written and Road Exam

Minnesota CDL Endorsements

Exam Time Allowed (Minutes) # of Questions on Exam # of Correct Answers Needed to Pass
General Knowledge 60 50 40
Air Brakes 25 25 20
HazMat 30 30 24
Tank 20 20 16
Passenger 20 20 16
Doubles/Triples 20 20 16
Combination Vehicles 20 20 16
School Bus 20 20 16

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  • What is a Commercial Drivers License (CDL)?
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  • How old do you have to be to get a Minnesota CDL (Commercial Driver's License)
  • How to get a Minnesota CDL HazMat (Hazardous Materials Endorsement) Permit
  • What is the difference between Interstate and Intrastate?
  • How to get a free Minnesota CDL Study Guide
  • How to get a Minnesota School Bus CDL
  • How much does a Minnesota CDL cost?
  • Where is my nearest Minnesota DMV CDL office located?
  • Where can I find Minnesota CDL (commercial drivers license) forms?
  • What are the Minnesota CDL Medical Requirements?

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