If you wish to drive a tank vehicle, you must receive a tanker endorsement. A tank endorsement is required for certain vehicles that transport liquids or gases. The liquid or gas does not have to be a hazardous material. A tank endorsement is only required if your vehicle needs a Class A or B CDL and you want to haul a liquid or liquid gas in a permanently mounted cargo tank rated at 119 gallons or more or a portable tank rated at 1,000 gallons or more.
Before loading, unloading, or driving a tanker, inspect the vehicle. This makes sure that the vehicle is safe to carry the liquid or gas and is safe to drive.
The Tanker Vehicles written test contains twenty (20) multiple choice questions. Drivers must answer 16 questions correctly in order to receive a passing score of at least 80%.
The Tanker Vehicles exam will test you on the following topics covered in Chapter 8 of your state CDL manual:
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