WARNING! Due to the increased danger involved in handling and hauling hazardous materials, you can make more money as a commercial driver with a hazmat endorsement.  We encourage all CDL drivers to earn their HM endorsement so they can have best opportunity to make the most money in this profession.  This course takes about four hours, so you can train today and test tomorrow!  Learn more so you can earn more!  Enroll today!

Hazmat Endorsement ELDT Training

Since February 7, 2022, the FMCSA has mandated that entry-level driver training be completed before adding a hazmat endorsement to your CDL.  Since then, hundreds of CDL drivers have already trusted Elite ELDT to provide them with high quality hazmat endorsement training.  Now it’s your turn!  

 Sale Price $119 (Regular $139)

This training course is required in all states to add a Hazmat Endorsement to your CDL! 

Dare to compare!  Many other providers don’t even show a preview of their course because they are embarrassed you will see how BORING it is. Check out our course preview and we think you will agree our courses are worth every penny!

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  • High quality computer animated videos

  • Built in questions, so no exam at the end!

  • Start & stop lessons whenever you like

  • Certified in all states, except Washington

  • 100% pass rate

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This Hazmat Endorsement Course…

applies to driver-trainees who intend to operate a CMV used in the transport of hazardous materials (HM) as defined in 49 CFR 383.5.  As stated in the FMCSRs, Hazmat theory training covers material under the following topics: Basic Introductory HM Requirements, Operational HM Requirements, Reporting HM Crashes and Release, Tunnels and Railroad (RR)-Highway Grade Crossing Requirements, Loading and Unloading HM, HM on Passenger Vehicles, Bulk Packages, Operating Emergency Equipment, Emergency Response Procedures, Engine(Fueling), Tire Check, Routes and Route Planning, and Hazardous Materials Safety Permits.