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Blocking the cargo to keep it from shifting must be done:
Cargo can shift in all directions.
How many reflective warning triangles must you carry with you for emergencies?
If you must stop on a divided highway in an emergency, place your warning triangles 10 feet, 100 feet, and 200 feet behind your vehicle toward approaching traffic.
A key principle to remember about loading cargo is to keep the load:
You need good traction on both the front and the rear.
Which of the following best describes how sleep debt can be paid off?
You owe your body the rest it needs.
How far ahead should you be looking while driving in town?
Look toward the next intersection.
Your GPS device:
Driving a CMV is not like driving a car.
A driver’s logbook:
Just like your license.
While you’re driving, ice builds up on your wipers and they no longer clean the windshield. What should you do?
If you can’t see, you can’t drive.
Heavy vehicles must sometimes travel more slowly than other traffic. Which of these is NOT a good rule to follow when you are driving such a vehicle?
Unclear signals can be confusing.
If the vehicle in front of you is smaller than yours, it can probably:
Cargo that can shift should have at least ____ tie-down(s).
One for each end.
A major cause of fatal crashes is:
The posted speed limit is not always safe.
How does “bleeding tar” affect the road surface and driving conditions?
A thin film on the road surface.
If you cannot avoid driving through deep puddles or flowing water, which of the following can help keep your brakes working?
Keep stuff out of the brakes
High beams should be:
Whenever you can safely see far.
Don’t overuse your brakes.
You’re responsible for the safety of the contents.
If traction is low.
If you have a heavy load that is slowing you down on an upgrade, you should:
Get more torque.
If you do not have a CB radio, what is the first thing you should do at an accident scene?
Prevent another accident from occurring.
If a straight vehicle (no trailer or articulation) goes into a front-wheel skid, it will:
Your vehicle won’t go where the front wheels are pointing.
How do you correct a drive-wheel acceleration skid?
Stop doing what caused the skid in the first place.
A vehicle is loaded with most of the weight on the steering axle. What may result?
How do you test hydraulic brakes for leaks?
It shouldn’t move.
When you park your vehicle and shut off the engine, you should usually:
It’s for parking.
How long does it take a typical tractor-trailer to clear a single railroad track? A double railroad track?
More than 12 seconds.
If you are convicted of operating a CMV while under the influence of alcohol or drugs (OWI) and this was your first offense, you will most likely face:
At least you won’t have to work on your birthday.
How can you test the parking brake?
Slowly test it.
How does the height of a vehicle’s center of gravity affect safe handling?
The higher they are, the easier they fall.
A car suddenly cuts in front of you. What should you NOT do?
Always maintain a safe following distance.
During a pre-trip inspection, you discover an exhaust leak or power steering leak. You should:
Have repairs made.
All of the following behaviors are signs of aggressive driving EXCEPT:
Driving like you own the road.
As your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) rises, what happens?
More likely to perform karaoke – or crash your vehicle.
How far ahead should you look while driving?
Thirteen seconds ahead is OK.
If you have been drinking alcohol, before you drive, you should:
Your body breaks down alcohol at a certain rate.
Dry bulk cargoes and hanging meat:
The meat isn’t sitting on the floor.
If you are found to have a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.02%, you will be placed out-of-service for:
Enjoy your day off.
For your safety, when setting out reflective triangles, you should:
Can federal inspectors inspect your truck or bus?
If you are driving a long distance, you should:
Prevent the onset of fatigue.
Escape ramps are:
They’ll slow you down.
Converter dollies built on or after March 1, 1998 are required to have anti-lock brakes. These dollies will have:
Break from braking if you need to turn.
Before transporting a sealed load, you must check that:
Just like any other cargo.
How can you avoid wet brake problems?
Keep stuff out of the brakes.
Convex curved mirrors:
Convex mirrors allow you to see more.
If you are being tailgated, you should:
Give yourself some more room.
You are driving a heavy vehicle on a highway, and you plan to exit onto an off-ramp that curves downhill. You should:
Brake now so you won’t have to later.
According to the Commercial Driver License Manual, why should you limit the use of your horn?
It is really loud.
Bridge formulas specify:
More weight if it is distributed over more space.