CDL School Bus Endorsement S Practice Test 5

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Inspect your bus _____.

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Inspect your bus at the beginning and the end of each shift.

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.

Which of the following parts of your bus needs to be in safe working condition before driving?

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Each handhold and railing, the emergency exit handles and the signaling devices must be in safe working condition before you begin driving your bus.

While driving a bus, how many feet before a railroad crossing should you stop?

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While driving a bus, you should stop your bus 15 to 50 feet before railroad crossings.

The interlock applies the brakes and holds the throttle in idle position. The interlock releases the brakes when ______.

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The interlock applies the brakes and holds the throttle in idle position. The interlock releases the brakes when you close the rear door.

Why should you bring your school bus to a full stop with the front bumper at least 10 ft. away from the designated stop?

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You should bring the school bus to a full stop with the front bumper at least 10 ft. away from the designated stop because this allows you to have a better view of the students as they are walking to the bus.

When should you turn on your right turn signal indicator before pulling over?

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You should turn on the right turn signal indicator 100-300 ft. before pulling over.

When the outside left flat and right mirrors are adjusted properly, you should be able to see how many feet behind the bus?

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When the outside left flat and right mirrors are adjusted properly, you should be able to see 200 ft. behind the bus.

To prevent accidents, tell your students to _______.

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To prevent accidents, tell your students to leave any dropped object, move to a point of safety out of the danger zones and attempt to get your attention to retrieve the object.

How should the outside crossover mirrors be adjusted?

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You should ensure the outside crossover mirrors are adjusted properly so you can see the right and left front tires touching the ground, the entire area in front of the bus from the front bumper at ground level to a point where direct vision is possible and the area from the front of the bus to the service door.

An active railroad-highway crossing _________.

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An active railroad-highway crossing has a traffic control device installed at the crossing.

________ is the first and most important thing you should do during an emergency.

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Recognizing the type of hazard is the first and most important thing you should do during an emergency.

The antilock braking system _______.

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The antilock braking system works in addition to your normal brakes. It does not increase or decrease your normal braking ability. The ABS only activates when the wheels are about to lock. It does not shorten, necessarily, your stopping distance.

It's important to remember ABS will not prevent jackknifes or skids caused by __________.

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It's important to remember ABS will not prevent jackknifes or skids caused by going too fast in a turn or spinning the drive wheels.

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.

The computerized system that keeps your wheels from locking up during hard brake applications is ________.

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The computerized system that keeps your wheels from locking up during hard brake applications is the antilock braking system (ABS).

Generally, the blind spot behind the bus extends in between what range?

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Generally, the blind spot behind the bus extends in between 50 to 150 ft.

Who requires that buses built after 2000 are equipped with ABS?

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The Department of Transportation requires that buses built after 2000 are equipped with ABS.

On newer vehicles with ABS, the malfunction lamp ________.

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On newer vehicles with ABS, the malfunction lamp comes on at start up for a bulb check and then goes out quickly.

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.

If your vehicle's landing gear is power-operated, you will need to check for ______.

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If your vehicle's landing gear is power-operated, you will need to check for air or hydraulic leaks.

You need to make sure the electrical lines of your tractor/coupling are not ______.

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You need to make sure the electrical lines are not tangled, pinched or dragging against tractor parts.

Which of the following is emergency equipment you should carry with you at all times?

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You should carry fire extinguishers, warning devices for parked vehicles and spare electrical fuses (if the vehicle uses them).

Which of the following is NOT included on a Class A Pre-trip inspection test?

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All versions of the Class A Pre-trip inspection test will include an in-cab inspection, an engine start and an inspection of the coupling system.

What is the minimum tread depth of steering axle tires?

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The minimum tread depth for tires is 4/32 steering axle tires.

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