NM CDL Practice Tests

General Knowledge (50 questions)

HazMat (30 questions)

Passenger Vehicles (20 questions)

School Bus (20 questions)

Air Brakes (25 questions)

Combination Vehicles (25 questions)

Double/Triple Trailers (20 questions)

Tanker Vehicles (30 questions)

Pre-Trip Inspection (9 questions)

The Land of Enchantment is filled mostly with deserts and mountains, great distances that are often traversed by truckers. The trucking industry is crucial in the wide open state of New Mexico, as the industries of oil drilling, mineral extraction, dryland farming, and cattle ranching necessitate trained drivers to transport the goods throughout the country. New Mexico’s transportation infrastructure is quite simple, you’ll most often find yourself on Route 25, from El Paso to Santa Fe, passing through Albuquerque. New Mexico is relaxed, and driving in the state doesn’t carry the stresses of navigating the complexities of dense metropolitan areas. Before you can get started driving in New Mexico, you first must complete your CDL. Most truckers find studying for the CDL to be difficult, which is why we’ve developed our free New Mexico CDL practice tests. Learn to familiarize yourself with the layout and content of the test before taking the real thing. Start your practice test now.

NM CDL Manuals

The latest official NM CDL driver's manuals