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What are some things you should do at an accident scene to prevent another accident?
In an accident stay safe.
What are important reasons for performing a vehicle inspection?
Required and Prevents.
Which of these is NOT something you should do if your headlights are not working properly?
High beams can blind other drivers.
Which of these statements about vehicle fires is true?
Cool it; don’t feed it.
You should check the following for looseness, sticking, damage, or improper settings:
Also the lights too.
Serious traffic violations that can cause your CDL to be suspended include:
All kinds of bad driving.
Where or when should you test the stopping action of your service brakes?
Only at a very safe speed.
How can you avoid the effects that wet brakes can cause?
Keep stuff out of the brakes.
On which fires can you use an A:B:C fire extinguisher?
An A:B:C fire extinguisher is multipurpose.
At a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of ______, most people lose consciousness, and some die.
About ten times the legal limit for CDL holders.
You are checking your wheels and rims for a pre-trip inspection. Which of these statements is TRUE?
Make sure your lug nuts are all tight and present.
Which of the following materials can be used in an A:B:C fire extinguisher to put out all three classes of fires?
Water is electrically conductive!
If you are involved in a collision but are not seriously injured, what must you do?
You must drive on a slippery road. Which of these is a good thing to do in such a situation?
Don’t lock the wheels.
Whether or not you load or secure your cargo yourself, you are responsible for:
You’re responsible for the safety of your vehicle and its cargo.
Which of these tells you that cargo contains hazardous materials?
Warnings on the packages and warnings on your vehicle.
Which of these is NOT required knowledge for drivers needing a HazMat endorsement?
Trucking is a practical business.
There are certain types of vehicle inspection, including:
Before, during, and after.
Even if you don’t have a Hazardous Materials endorsement on your CDL, you can drive a vehicle hauling hazardous materials if:
No HazMat endorsement, no placards.
You are checking your tires for a pre-trip inspection. Which of these statements is TRUE?
Don’t mix different tires.
Cargo that is not loaded or secured properly can cause which of the following problems?
Loose cargo can cause all kinds of damage.
Loads that are over-length, over-width, or overweight may require:
Extra limitations and precautions.
Which of these statements is FALSE?
Just have to wait to sober up.
You are driving a 40-foot vehicle at 50 mph. Driving conditions are ideal (dry pavement, good visibility).
What is the least amount of space that you should keep in front of your vehicle to be safe?
One second per ten feet of vehicle, + 1 if above 40 mph.
Which of the following statements about backing is true?
Try not to, but if you must…
Front-end header boards:
Keeps cargo away from you.
Your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) depends on your:
Spreading the alcohol throughout a human body.
When driving in work zones, you should:
Use caution and make your presence known.
The Commercial Driver License Manual suggests several things to do when you pass a vehicle. Which of these is NOT one of them?
Blast your horn only to warn of danger.
Which of these statements about speed management are true?
Slow down in adverse weather conditions.
Which of these is especially true about your tires in hot weather?
Hot air expands.
Which of these will help keep an engine cool in hot weather?
Overheating can result from poor maintenance.
Which of these statements is true regarding the use of drugs while driving?
Only if the doc says so.
You are driving a vehicle that can be driven safely at 55 mph on an open road. Although the speed limit is 55 mph, traffic is heavy, moving at 35 mph.
The safest speed for your vehicle in this situation is:
Go with the flow.
When should you check your mirrors for a lane change?
Check your mirrors frequently.
Which of these statements about drinking alcohol are true?
Making correct decisions quickly is an important part of driving.
You are checking your brakes and suspension system for a pre-trip inspection. What are you looking for?
Brake pads and shoes don’t have to be new but they can still look good.
When getting in to start the engine and inspect inside the cab, you must:
Do one and then the other.
When you intend to turn, how should you use your turn signals?
Just like when you’re driving a car.
Which of these is a good rule to follow when using a fire extinguisher?
Don’t expose yourself to danger unnecessarily.
Which of the following violations at railroad crossings can lead to loss of your CDL for at least 60 days?
You must use caution at railroad crossings.
Which of these can cause a fire?
Many things can cause fires.
Which of these items is NOT checked on a pre-trip inspection?
You can always sweat.
Which of these statements about managing space to the sides is true?
Maintain a space cushion around your vehicle.
Which of these can cause the vehicle to skid?
When force applied to the wheels overcomes grip of the road.
You are driving a 40-foot vehicle at 35 mph. The road is dry and visibility is good. What is the least amount of space you should keep in front of your vehicle to be safe?
Distance is one second per ten feet of vehicle, plus an extra second if you are traveling over 40 mph.
Name some suspension system defects.
Broken items, leaking items, and missing items.
Why should you be in the proper gear before starting down a hill?
Downshift while you still can.
When crossing or entering traffic with a heavy vehicle, you should remember which of the following?
Heavy vehicles accelerate slowly.