CDL School Bus Endorsement S Practice Test 3

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In buses, what is the standee line?

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The standee line inside a bus is a two-inch line on the floor (or some other marking) that indicates where passengers cannot stand.

Buses must never carry _________.

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Buses must never carry Division 2.3 poison gases.

Which of the following should you ensure is in working condition before driving?

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You should make sure the service brakes, the parking brake, the steering mechanism and the lights and reflectors are in good working condition.

Bus drivers can carry small amounts of certain hazardous materials. However, the total amount of hazardous materials should not exceed what amount?

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Bus drivers can carry small amounts of certain hazardous materials. However, the total amount of hazardous materials should not exceed 500 lbs.

Buses may carry what types of hazardous materials?

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Buses may carry small-arms ammunition labeled ORM-D, emergency hospital supplies and certain drugs.

______ ft. before you approach the bus stop, you should turn on your right turn signal indicator.

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100-300 ft. before you approach the bus stop, you should turn on your right turn signal indicator.

If you need to back up a bus without a look out, you should _______.

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If you need to back up your vehicle but you do not have a look out, you should set the parking brake, turn off the motor and take the keys with you and walk to the rear of the bus to determine whether the way is clear.

Because students may drop an object near the bus during loading and unloading, you should _______.

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Because students may drop an object near the bus during loading and unloading, you should watch carefully as the enter and exit the bus.

Because of passing cars, the area ______ of the bus is always considered dangerous for school buses.

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Because of passing cars, the area to the left of the bus is always considered dangerous for school buses.

Once you have completed your school route, check for ________.

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Once you have completed your school route, check for articles left on the bus, sleeping students, open windows and doors and any mechanical/operational problems with the bus.

What is the maximum length of a bus' tail swing?

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School buses can have up to a 3 foot. tail swing.

You should never back a school bus when _________.

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You should never back a school bus when students are outside the school bus.

Students should evacuate the bus when ________.

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Students should evacuate the bus when the bus is on fire, the bus is stalled on a railroad-highway crossing, and/or if there is an imminent danger of collision.

School buses can have a tail swing up to how many feet?

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School buses can have up to a 3 foot. tail swing.

When you back up your vehicle, you should assign someone as a lookout, who could warn you of ________.

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When you back up your vehicle, you should assign someone as a lookout, who could warn you of obstacles, approaching persons and other vehicles.

The ________ are mounted directly above the windshields on driver's side of buses.

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The overhead inside rearview mirrors are mounted directly above the windshields on driver's side of buses.

When your school route is finished, you need to ________.

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When your school route is finished, you need to perform a post-trip inspection.

How many feet can the danger zone around a school bus extend?

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The danger zone may extend as much as 30 ft. from the front bumper.

What can help you maintain student safety during an emergency?

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Keeping the students on the bus can help you maintain student safety during an emergency.

When checking your hydraulic brakes, pump the brake pedal three times and make sure you hold it down for ______. The brake pedal should not depress during this time.

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When checking your hydraulic brakes, pump the brake pedal three times and make sure you hold it down for five seconds. The brake pedal should not depress during this time.

If you are having difficulty driving in high winds who should you contact?

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If you are having difficulty driving in high winds you should contact your dispatcher to get more information on how to proceed.

If your vehicle is equipped with a cargo lift, you need to ________.

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If your vehicle is equipped with a cargo lift, you need to explain how it should be checked for correct operation.

Which of the following parts should you be able to identify for your CDL Skills test?

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You should be able to identify your vehicle's oil pressure gauge, its air brakes, its emergency equipment and exhaust system.

How many versions of the Class A Pre-trip Inspection test exist?

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There are four versions of the Class A pre-trip inspection test. You will only need to perform one of them.

During a pre-trip inspection of your vehicle, you can check if your vehicle is leaking by inspecting for _______.

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During a pre-trip inspection of your vehicle, you can check if your vehicle is leaking by inspecting the vehicle's hoses, the underside of the engine for dripping puddles and the ground.

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