Class A Driver’s License Practice Test -2

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If you are convicted in any other jurisdiction of any traffic violation (except parking), you need to notify the motor vehicle licensing agency within how many days?

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If you are convicted in any other jurisdiction of any traffic violation (except parking), you need to notify the motor vehicle licensing agency within 30 days. [Page, 1--4. 1.3- Other CDL Rules, Section 1: Introduction, CDL]

If you are not a lawful permanent resident of the United States, you will ______.

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If you are not a lawful permanent resident of the United States, you will be denied a hazardous materials endorsement. [Page, 1--4. 1.2.6- Hazardous Materials Endorsement Background Check and Disqualifications, 1.2- CDL Disqualifications, Section 1: Introduction, CDL]

Under what circumstances will you be denied or lose your hazardous materials endorsement?

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You will be denied or lose your hazardous materials endorsement, if you are under indictment for certain felonies, have a conviction in military or civilian court for certain felonies and/or have been committed to a mental institution. [Page, 1--4. 1.2.6- Hazardous Materials Endorsement Background Check and Disqualifications, 1.2- CDL Disqualifications, Section 1: Introduction, CDL]

What offense is a serious traffic violation?

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Traffic offenses committed in a CMV in connection with fatal traffic accidents, erratic lane changes, a following a vehicle too closely and reckless driving are all considered serious traffic offense. [Page, 1--3. 1.2.3- Serious Traffic Violations, 1.2- CDL Disqualifications, Section 1: Introduction, CDL]

What is the minimum number of days you can lose your CDL if you have committed two serious traffic violations within a three-year period involving a CMV?

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The minimum number of days you can lose your CDL if you have committed two serious traffic violations within a three-year period involving a CMV is 60 days. [Page, 1--3. 1.2.3- Serious Traffic Violations, 1.2- CDL Disqualifications, Section 1: Introduction, CDL]

You will lose your CDL for at least _____ if you have committed two violations of an "out-of-service order" in a ten-year period.

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You will lose your CDL for at least one year if you have committed two violations of an out-of-service order in a ten-year period. [Page, 1--3. 1.2.4- Violation of Out-of-Service Orders, 1.2- CDL Disqualifications, Section 1: Introduction, CDL]

What does IRP stand for?

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IRP stands for International Registration Plan. [Page, 1--5. 1.4- International Registration Plan International Fuel Tax Agreement, Section 1: Introduction, CDL]

If your vehicle is equipped with power steering, check _______.

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If your vehicle is equipped with power steering, check the hoses, pumps and fluid level. [Page, 2--2. 2.1.3- What to Look For, 2.1- Vehicle Inspection, Section 2: Driving Safely, CDL]

What might you not be able to do if your vehicle is hydroplaning?

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If your vehicle is hydroplaning, you may not be able to steer or brake. [Page, 2--15. 2.6.2- Matching Speed to the Road Surface, 2.6- Controlling Speed, Section 2: Driving Safely, CDL]

A 12-ounce glass of 5% beer has the same amount of alcohol as _______.

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A 12-ounce glass of 5% beer has the same amount of alcohol as a 5-ounce glass of 12% wine. [Page, 2--38. 2.22- Alcohol, Other Drugs, and Driving, Section 2: Driving Safely, CDL]

If you have air brakes, you will need to check _____.

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If you have air brakes, you will need to check your air pressure gauge. [Page, 2--7. 2.1.6- Inspection During A Trip, 2.1- Vehicle Inspection, Section 2: Driving Safely, CDL]

What determines the amount of brake pressure you need to stop the vehicle?

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The speed of your vehicle and how quickly you need to stop will determine how much brake pressure you need to stop the vehicle. [Page, 2--8. 2.2.3- Stopping, 2.2- Basic Control of Your Vehicle, Section 2: Driving Safely, CDL]

When you are transporting cargo, you should check your cargo is secure every _____ miles.

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When you are transporting cargo, you should check your cargo is secure every 150 miles (or every three hours, whichever comes first). [Page, 3--1. 3.1- Inspecting Cargo, Section 3: Transporting Cargo Safely, CDL]

Blocking is used in the __________ of a piece of cargo to keep it from sliding.

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Blocking is used in the front, back and/or sides of a piece of cargo to keep it from sliding [Page, 3--2. 3.3.1- Blocking and Bracing, 3.3- Securing Cargo, Section 3: Transporting Cargo Safely, CDL]

Why are heavy trucks more at risk for turning over?

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The truck's center of gravity moves higher up from the road as more cargo is added. This makes the trucker easier to turn over. [Page, 3--2. 3.2.4- Balance the Weight, 3.2- Weight and Balance, Section 3: Transporting Cargo Safely, CDL]

For commercial drivers, what does GCW stand for?

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For commercial drivers, GCW stands for Gross Combination Weight. [Page, 3--1. 3.2.1- Definitions You Should Know, 3.2- Weight and Balance, Section 3: Transporting Cargo Safely, CDL]

Every ____ hours (or 150 miles, whichever comes first) you should check to ensure your cargo is secure.

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Every 3 hours (or 150 miles, whichever comes first) you should check to ensure your cargo is secure. [Page, 3--1. 3.1- Inspecting Cargo, Section 3: Transporting Cargo Safely, CDL]

Modern air brake systems are made up of service brake systems, parking brake systems and what other brake system?

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Modern air brake systems are made up of service brake systems, parking brake systems and emergency brake system. [Page, 5--1. Section 5: Air Brakes, CDL]

Pushing the brake pedal down when the spring brakes are on could _________.

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Pushing the brake pedal down when the spring brakes are on could damage the brakes with the combined forces of the springs and the air pressure. Most modern vehicles are designed so this does not happen. [Page, 5--3. 5.1.15- Parking Brake Controls, 5.1- The Parts of an Air Brake System, Section 5: Air Brakes, CDL]

If one air system is very low on pressure _______.

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If one air system is very low on pressure, either the front or rear brakes will not work properly or fully. [Page, 5--6. 5.2- Dual Air Brake, Section 5: Air Brakes, CDL]

Avoid using the parking brakes when ________.

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Avoiding using the parking brakes when the brakes are very hot. [Page, 5--10. 5.4.8- Parking Brakes, 5.4- Using Air Brakes, Section 5: Air Brakes, CDL]

The spring brakes of a tractor will come on when the air pressure falls within _______.

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The spring brakes of a tractor will come on when the air pressure falls within 20-45 psi. [Page, 5--3. 5.1.14- Spring Brakes, 5.1- The Parts of an Air Brake System, Section 5: Air Brakes, CDL]

When does the ABS activate?

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The ABS activates only when the wheels are about to lock up. [Page, 6--7. 6.3.2- Braking With ABS, 6.3- Antilock Brake Systems, Section 6: Combination Vehicles, CDL]

If you are checking the trailer emergency brakes what is the first thing you should ensure?

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If you are checking the trailer emergency brakes, you should ensure the trailer air brake system is charged. [Page, 6--11. 6.5.2- Combination Vehicle Brake Check, 6.5- Inspecting a Combination Vehicle, Section 6: Combination Vehicles, CDL]

The pressure in the service line indicates ______.

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The pressure in the service line indicates how much pressure the relay valves should send to the trailer brakes. [Page, 6--6. 6.2.6- Trailer Air Tanks, 6.2- Combination Vehicle Air Brakes, Section 6: Combination Vehicles, CDL]

Larger combination vehicles take longer to stop when they are ________.

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Larger combination vehicles take longer to stop when they are empty. [Page, 6--1. 6.1.3- Brake Early, 6.1- Driving Combination Vehicles Safely, Section 6: Combination Vehicles, CDL]

There are two ways a driver of a combination vehicle can prevent rolling over. One way is to keep the cargo as close to the ground as possible. What is the second way?

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The second way to prevent rolling over is to go around turns slowly. [Page, 6--1. 6.1.1- Rollover Risks, 6.1- Driving Combination Vehicles Safely, Section 6: Combination Vehicles, CDL]

It's important that a warning signal comes on before the air pressure in the tank falls below _______.

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It's important that a warning signal comes on before the air pressure in the tank falls below 60 psi. [Page, 11--2. 11.1.2- Cab Check/ Engine Start, 11.1- All Vehicles, Section 11: Vehicle Inspection Test, CDL]

What emergency equipment should your vehicle have?

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You should have a fire extinguisher, spare electrical fuses (if the vehicle uses them) and warning devices for parked vehicles. [Page, 11--2. 11.1.2- Cab Check/ Engine Start, 11.1- All Vehicles, Section 11: Vehicle Inspection Test, CDL]

On your vehicle inspection test, what should you do to check that your tire is inflated properly?

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On your vehicle inspection test, you should use a tire gauge to check that your tire is inflated properly. [Page, 11--4. 11.2.4- Wheels, 11.2- External Inspection (All Vehicles), Section 11: Vehicle Inspection Test, CDL]

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. [Page, 11--4. 11.2.6- Rear of Vehicle, 11.2- External Inspection (All Vehicles), Section 11: Vehicle Inspection Test, CDL]

Your mirrors and windshields should be devoid of _____.

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Your mirrors and windshields should be devoid of cracks, dirt and illegal stickers. [Page, 11--2. 11.1.2- Cab Check/ Engine Start, 11.1- All Vehicles, Section 11: Vehicle Inspection Test, CDL]

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