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CDL proxy testing, ELDT Theory event slated for March

Prospective school bus drivers are invited to commercial driver’s license (CDL) proxy testing and an Entry-Level Driving Training (ELDT) Theory event.

Registrants will receive ELDT Theory and a CDL written test to obtain a commercial learner’s permit.

Prospective Kansas school bus drivers will be able to take the written test for all or any of the following:

  • General knowledge test for a Class B CDL (fifty questions).
  • Written test for P Endorsement (20 questions).
  • Written test for S Endorsement (20 questions).
  • Air brake test (25 questions).

Participants must score 80% on each test taken to pass.

The ELDT Theory provider is Kansas City Unified School District 500.

The written test proctor will be Brian Brunt from the Kansas Department of Revenue.

The ELDT will be administered at 9 a.m. March 14 at the Kansas City USD 500 Central Office and Training Center, 2010 N. 59th St.

The written test will be administered at 9 a.m. March 15 in the same location.

Test takers are asked to bring a current driver’s license for identification purposes and a current piece of first-class mail to establish residence address.

The registration deadline is March 8. Register at https://events.ksde.org/Default.aspx?tabid=861.

There is a cost of $13 for the commercial learner’s permit. There is no charge for the ELDT. Obtaining behind-the-wheel training will be the responsibility of the registrant.

In preparation for the testing, registrants can study the appropriate sections of the Kansas Commercial Driver's License Manual (ksrevenue.gov).

For more information or questions, email Sonia Moser, driver license examiner specialist with the Kansas Department of Revenue/Driver Licensing, at Sonia.Moser@ks.gov or call her at (785) 940-1353.

Posted: Feb 15, 2023,
Comments: 0,
Author: Ann Bush

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