Commercial Driver License (CDL)- General Knowledge


Malcolm K. Medrano

Training Specialist

Malcolm K. Medrano is a specialist providing safety compliance, program development, and skills training for the transportation, construction, and fire service industries. With 27 years of experience as a small business owner coupled with a Bachelors of Science degree specializing in Occupational Education, Malcolm brings a practical approach to workforce training, needs assessments, and program management. Because of his expertise, he was able to share his experiences with adult learners at the University of Hawaii- Leeward Campus for 7 years. He also continues to serve his community as a member of the Honolulu Fire Department and is responsible for the training and compliance needs of the 854 fire apparatus drivers/operators.

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curtis jones
Vernon Parengit
like how the quizzes work, it had help me remeber the question and answer a lot easier, I wold be little better if those I time quizz s gave a second chance, making those mistake forces me to find the right answer . Just need to take my general knowledge to how good I do


The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Association (FMCSA) requires each state to maintain minimum standards for the licensing of commercial drivers.  This course provides driver license testing information for drivers who wish to obtain a commercial driver license (CDL).

You will have to take one or more knowledge tests, depending on the classification of license and endorsements you desire. Since the CDL General Knowledge test evaluates the core information and requisite knowledge for all commercial drivers, it must be completed by all applicants.

Course Format

  • Video Instruction
  • Reading Assignments
  • Quizes
  • Final Exams

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