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You have chosen the very best method available to prepare for your Wisconsin CDL Tests. You will be able to access all of the CDL test prep resources through this Main Access Panel. Please follow the simple steps listed below.
WI GENERAL CDL INFORMATION - If you never had a CDL before, you will need to spend some time becoming familiar with the basic Wisconsin CDL requirements, procedures, fees structures, WI state office locations, test locations etc. You will have to determine which CDL tests that you will be required to pass based upon the type of commercial vehicle that you will drive and the type of loads that you will carry. You will find links to this information by clicking on the buttons below the heading "General CDL Information for Wisconsin . . ."STEP 2
WI CDL Written Test Prep- Regardless of the "Class" of CDL that you require, ALL applicants must pass one or more CDL Written Tests. We include CDL written test prep material for all Classes of CDL and all available CDL endorsements. We separated all of the material; you only have to prepare for those CDL written tests that apply to the type of commercial vehicles that you will be licensed for and the type of loads that you will be licensed to carry. You will go to this information by clicking on those buttons under the heading "Wisconsin CDL Written Test . . ." We recommend that you prepare for each of the CDL written tests beginning with the "Study Material" followed by the "Quick Review" and finally the "Interactive Tests". Optionally; you may choose to download and print the "Download Q&A's" if you wish to study those practice questions and answers away from a computer. Optionally; you may also download and print the Study Material and Quick Reviews. The "Interactive Tests" are designed strictly for interactive practice on your computer. Don't waste your time on those test subjects that you are not required to test on.STEP 3
Pass Your WI CDL Written Tests. Get your CDL Permit - After studying for the WI CDL Written Tests, you will have to go to your state CDL office and take your actual CDL Written Tests in-person with proper identification. The Wisconsin State Information links will help you find locations where this can be completed along with fee structures, requirements and procedures that are specific to Wisconsin.STEP 4
Prepare for your WI Skills Tests - You will find study material and video links that cover the three-part skills tests in the "Wisconsin Skills Tests . . . " box of button links. You will study for the type of vehicle that you will be driving.STEP 5
"Behind the Wheel Training" - You will have to choose whether you want to get "behind the wheel" with a friend, relative or employer - or to take the very costly route of getting your "behind the wheel" experience with a Professional Driving School. Since professional driving schools are very expensive, most applicants choose the first option.STEP 6
Pass your WI CDL Skills Tests. Get your full CDL. Upon passing your CDL skills tests in a representative-type vehicle, you will be issued your full CDL. Go to the WI Specific Info link in the General CDL Information for Wisconsin for location information.
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