Class C CDL with Hazmat Endorsement Practice Test -2

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

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You will lose your CDL for at least 3 years if you have committed three or more violations of an "out-of-service order" in a ten-year period.

The Motor Carrier Safety Improvement Act of 1999 requires _________.

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The Motor Safety Improvement Act of 1999 requires a CDL holder to be disqualified from operating a commercial motor vehicle if the CDL holder has been convicted of certain types of moving violations in their personal vehicle.

If you are driving ____mph above the posted speed limit, you are considered to be speeding excessively.

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If you are driving 15 mph above the posted speed limit, you are considered to be speeding excessively.

You will lose your CDL for at least ____ days if you have committed your first violation of an out-of-service order.

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You will lose your CDL for at least 90 days if you have committed your first violation of an "out-of-service order."

On the general skills test, you will be tested on what?

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On the general skills test, you will be tested to see whether you know your vehicle is safe to drive, your ability to control your vehicle and your ability to drive safely in a variety of traffic situations.

What is the difference between a traffic emergency and a vehicle emergency?

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Traffic emergencies occur when two vehicles are about to collide. Vehicle emergencies occur when tires, brakes or critical parts of your vehicle fail.

When should you conduct an after-trip inspection?

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You should conduct an after-trip inspection at the end of the trip, day or tour of duty on each vehicle you operated.

While driving why should you watch out for bleeding tar?

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Tar in the road pavement frequently rises to the surface in very hot weather. Spots where tar "bleeds" to the surface are very slippery.

If you have a cellphone, it's best to call for assistance _______.

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If you have a cellphone, it's best to call for assistance before you get out of your vehicle.

What is the minimum number of tiedowns for a 30-foot load?

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The minimum number of tiedowns for a 30 ft. load is 3.

To prevent your cargo from being top-heavy, put the __________.

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To prevent your cargo from being top-heavy, put the heaviest parts of the cargo under the lightest parts.

The shippers must ________.

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The shipper must package, mark and label the hazardous materials.

The Gross Vehicle Weight is ______.

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The gross vehicle weight is the total weight of a single vehicle plus its load.

There are two basic reasons for covering your cargo during transportation. One reason is to protect people from spilled cargo. What is the other?

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There are two basic reasons for covering your cargo during transportation. One reason is to protect people from spilled cargo. The other is to protect the cargo from different or extreme weather conditions.

What is the Gross Combination Weight?

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The Gross Combination Weight is the total weight of a powered unit, plus trailer(s), plus the cargo.

Placards are ____.

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Placards are used to warn others of hazardous materials. They are signs put on the outside of the vehicle and should be put on the front, rear and both sides of the vehicle.

What is one of first things you should do before unloading a hazardous material?

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Before unloading, you should set the parking brake.

The emergency response information must detail _________.

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The emergency response information must detail the shipping name of the hazardous material, the material's risk to health, and the initial methods of handling spills, fires and leaks of the materials.

Before fueling a placarded vehicle, you need to ______.

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Before fueling a placarded vehicle, you need to turn off your engine.

Which of the following parts should you check for cracks?

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You should check the brake chambers, brake hoses and drum brakes for cracks.

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.

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).

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.

If your transit bus is equipped with a handicap lift, it is important that you check for ______.

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A red triangle with an orange center is a symbol for ________.

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A red triangle with an orange center is a symbol for a slow moving vehicle.

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