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    Default Where can I get a CDL study book?

    I'm heading to school soon with a local co., and was wondering where I can get a jump on the reading material before I go. Somewhere on here I read the DMV, but I went there, and they didn't have any.
    btw, I'm in Wisconsin.
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    Default Re: Where can I get a CDL study book?

    Quote Originally Posted by mrBlonde
    I'm heading to school soon with a local co., and was wondering where I can get a jump on the reading material before I go. Somewhere on here I read the DMV, but I went there, and they didn't have any.
    btw, I'm in Wisconsin.

    They are usually available where you take your drivers test. Was the DMV out temporarily or permanently?

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    I went to the local Boks store and they had some study guide books. Not sure if its anu different from the actual DMV book they have.

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    I don't know about WI, but in IL I picked one up at a Currency Exchange.
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    If you have adobe/acrobat reader installed on your computer, you can download the cdl-manual in PDF format.


    Here is the links..... The second part is Hazmat and bus.

    http://www.dot.wisconsin.gov/drivers/docs/cdl-vol1.pdf

    http://www.dot.wisconsin.gov/drivers/docs/cdl-vol2.pdf <---Hazmat)

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    awesome hoosier, that worked...
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    You local DPS office should have them.

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    I live in PA and studied from www.cristcdl.com and the questions from that site were word for word how they are on the actual test you take at you dmv.
    Click on "online testing center"
    then study ALL pages/questions from "General Knowledge", "Air brakes", and "combination vehicle" sections.
    You will end up with a few headaches, but when you go to the dmv and your screen says "congratulations, you passed", it will all be worth it.
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