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Immediately after stopping, you should first:
Notify traffic to stop.
You should adjust the outside left and right side flat mirrors so you can see:
See the tires and four bus lengths back.
In addition to spare electrical fuses (if equipped), three red reflective triangles, and a working fire extinguisher, emergency equipment for a school bus also includes:
Kids can get carsick.
After you decide on the best type of evacuation, what must you do next?
Put it in Park.
You MUST evacuate everyone from your school bus if:
See tracks THINK TRAIN!
The overhead inside rear-view mirror is used to:
While driving, keep an eye on the kids.
Which of the following statements about evacuation procedures is true?
Make a quick call.
What color are all school buses painted?
School buses are designed to meet federal or state requirements.
Which of the following statements is true about students who must cross in front of the bus after exiting it?
Students should always be visible.
A passive railroad crossing:
Which of the following statements about the special dangers of loading and unloading is true?
You can’t see a student in a danger zone.
During your pre-trip vehicle inspection test, make sure that:
The emergency exits must work properly.
When unloading students at a school, you should:
Students must always wait until it’s safe.
Before you proceed through a railroad crossing, make sure that your bus will have enough containment (the space on the opposite side of the crossing) to completely clear the railroad tracks. As a general rule, adequate containment is:
One bus length plus about one car length.
While you’re loading students, if you cannot account for a student, what should you do?
Go and look.
For up to ______ of parents, the school bus driver is the only school official they ever meet.
More than two-thirds.
There for you if you lose control, but that’s all.
You should adjust the left and right side crossover mirrors so you can see:
In front of the bus.
The blind spot behind the school bus may extend up to ________, depending on the length and width of the bus.
Over 200 feet.
Which of the following will confirm that your bus is equipped with an antilock braking system (ABS)?
Look for that light on the dash.
The tail swing of a school bus can be as much as:
Less than ten feet.
You can change the location of a school bus stop:
It’s above your pay grade.
As part of your vehicle inspection test, you will have to check _________ to be sure that it is undamaged, operating smoothly, and able to be closed securely from the inside.
You hope you won’t need to use this.
What is the most important reason for performing a school bus inspection?
Identify problems as early as possible.
As part of your post-trip inspection of your bus, check for each of the following EXCEPT:
Don’t expect kids to wipe their feet.
If the bus is on fire, you must:
Smoke and toxic gases can spread.
Manual, you should activate your alternating flashing amber warning lights at least __________ before the school bus stop or in accordance with state law.
Two hundred fifty feet ahead is OK.
If a railroad crossing signal is malfunctioning, you should:
It’s above your pay grade.
Most school bus drivers are require to have a physical examination:
You probably won’t have to do it every year.
An active railroad crossing is:
Active is the opposite of passive.
When can you put a misbehaving student off the bus?
Only on the student’s usual route.
When approaching a bus stop on a multilane roadway, you should maintain your position _________ of the rightmost lane.
Always leave space on both sides.
During your post-trip inspection of your school bus, you should check:
Not just cosmetic problems.
When you inspect the battery and battery box during your pre-trip vehicle inspection test, make sure that:
Everything should be secure.
You should adjust the outside left and right side convex mirrors to see:
A wide view.
Before leaving a school bus stop, make sure the students are in plain view:
More than eight feet.
Properly adjusted, the outside left and right side convex mirrors will let you see:
See it all.
You have stopped your bus to load students. Before you signal them to approach the bus, you should:
Don’t risk an accident.
Who is responsible for handling discipline problems on your school bus?
You are responsible for your passengers.
Which mirrors let you view the front danger zone?
To view the front, you have to cross over the hood.
When approaching a school bus stop, you should:
Use caution as you approach a bus stop.
What is the “golden rule” for school buses when approaching and crossing railroad tracks?
Listen for approaching trains.
School buses are equipped with ________ warning light system to control traffic at school bus stops.
More than six lights.
In an emergency, you MUST evacuate everyone from your school bus:
If the students would be in more danger inside the bus, get them out of the bus.
The convex, crossover, and flat mirrors should be viewed:
When driving a school bus in high winds, you should:
Slow down and think ahead.
At a railroad crossing, you must stop at the stop line. If there is no stop line, you must stop:
Forty-five feet is OK.
To load students after you have stopped the school bus:
All present and accounted for.
In an emergency, you should consider NOT evacuating students from your school bus:
If the students would be in more danger outside the bus, they should stay in the bus.