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1. When taking the on-road driving test, you must do all of the following, except:
Wear your safety belt.
Obey all traffic signs.
Complete the test without an accident.
Demonstrate that you can use your cell phone while driving.

During the on-road driving test, you must drive in a safe and responsible manner; wear your safety belt; obey all traffic signs, signals, and laws; and complete the test without any accidents or moving violations.

2. Which of the following is acceptable if found during a pre-trip inspection?
Mismatched tire sizes
Tread of 3/32 of an inch in the grooves of the front tires
Tires manufactured by different makers

When inspecting your tires, verify that there is at least 4/32 of an inch of tread depth in every major groove on the front tires, and tread depth of at least 2/32 of an inch on the other tires. Tires on the same vehicle should all be the same size.

3. A bus driver is:
Exempt from wearing a seat belt.
Only required to wear a seat belt if the passengers have seat belts.
Required to wear a seat belt at all times.
Not required to wear a seat belt, but is encouraged to do so.

The driver's seat on a bus should be equipped with a seat belt. A driver is always required to wear a seat belt while driving a bus.

4. What may happen if the exhaust system is not working properly?
Poisonous fumes may enter the cab.
Poisonous fumes may exit the rear of the muffler system.
It may prevent proper steering.
It may cause problems if the trailer is fully loaded.

A broken exhaust system can allow poisonous fumes to enter a vehicle's cab or sleeper berth. Be sure to regularly check your exhaust system for defects.

5. Federal and state laws require:
Drivers to regularly inspect their vehicles.
Drivers to inspect their vehicles, but only if they believe there may be a problem.
Drivers to inspect their vehicles if planning to travel out-of-state.
Drivers to inspect their vehicles, but only if they will be transporting hazardous materials.

Commercial drivers are required by federal and state laws to inspect their vehicles before every trip. Regular inspections can help drivers identify issues before they become dangerous and costly.

6. When approaching a railroad crossing:
You will likely be able to outdrive a train.
You should not rely only on warning signals.
You should roll a window down to listen for an approaching train.
You should only worry about the track closest to your vehicle.

You should never rely only on warning signals to alert you to an approaching train. Never try to race a train to a crossing. If there are multiple tracks at a crossing, be sure to check all tracks in both directions before starting to cross.

7. Which of the following is not an example of a distracted person that motorists should be worried about?
A driver talking to a passenger in their vehicle
A child on the side of the road
A construction worker on the side of the road
A person sitting on a bench waiting for a bus

Be cautious when driving near people who are not paying attention to the road. Be wary of road workers, drivers who are engaged in conversation with passengers, and children near the road.

8. What is traction?
Friction between the tires and road
Tires' rates of rotation
The length of time needed to activate the brakes

Traction is friction between your tires and the surface of the road. Adequate traction is necessary for braking and steering.

9. After a bus trip is completed, the vehicle:
Should be returned without an inspection.
Should be inspected.
Should be drained of fuel.

Buses should be inspected at the end of every trip. Key safety items could have been damaged by passengers, so an inspection allows these damages to be repaired before another trip is made.

10. What is a retarder?
A device that prevents a vehicle from going too fast
A device that prevents a vehicle from being too loud
A device that improves a vehicle's gas mileage

Retarders help to slow vehicles, reducing drivers' need to use brakes.

11. Cargo inside a trailer:
Does not need to be secured.
Should be stacked no more than three feet high.
Should be secured to prevent movement.
Should be loaded with the heaviest items on top of lighter items.

Cargo needs to be secured appropriately to prevent it from moving in transit. Cargo should be arranged to keep the vehicle's center of gravity low and well-distributed.

12. The suspension system:
Holds up the vehicle and its load.
Keeps the load the proper distance behind the driver’s compartment.
Maintains a safe distance between the vehicle and other vehicles.
Lightens the load for the tires.

The suspension system holds up the vehicle and its load while keeping the axles in place. Damage to a suspension system can be very dangerous.

13. Which factor does not have an impact on a person’s blood alcohol concentration (BAC)?
The number of alcoholic drinks consumed
How quickly the alcoholic drinks were consumed
The weight of the drinker
The temperature of the drinks

The three main factors that determine a person's blood alcohol concentration (BAC) are the amount of alcohol consumed, how quickly the alcohol is consumed, and the person's weight.

14. To make it as safe as possible to leave a stop, you should park:
So that you must back up to leave your parking space.
So that you can pull forward to leave your parking space.
On the side of a roadway, not in a parking lot.
By backing into a parking space.

Backing can be dangerous, so avoid doing it whenever you can. If possible, park in such a way that allows you to pull forward to exit your parking space.

15. When you leave your vehicle, you should:
Apply the parking brake.
Apply the air brake.
Not apply any brake.
Leave the door open.

Always apply the parking brake when leaving your vehicle.

16. When driving, it is important to:
Keep your attention focused in front of your vehicle.
Look only to the front and right side of your vehicle.
Look only to the front and sides of your vehicle.
Look to the front, sides, and rear of your vehicle.

For safe driving, it is essential that you are aware of what is happening on all sides of your vehicle. In addition to watching the road ahead, you should frequently check your mirrors to monitor the road to the sides and to the rear of your vehicle.

17. Rules regarding passenger comfort, such as smoking guidelines, should:
Not be mentioned unless there is a rule violation.
Only be mentioned if a passenger specifically asks about something.
Be announced at the start of the trip.
Be discussed individually with each passenger.

Many charter and intercity carriers have rules about passengers smoking, drinking, and using music players while on the bus. Explaining passenger rules at the start of a trip is often an effective way to avoid trouble later on.

18. If backing a truck:
You should rely on your mirrors to guide you.
You should first walk the area to become more familiar with obstacles.
You should look straight ahead.

If you must drive in reverse, you should first walk around your vehicle to look at the path of travel and check for obstacles. Because mirrors have blind spots, you cannot rely exclusively on them. It is recommended to use a helper whenever possible.

19. If exiting a bus during the basic vehicle control skills test, you must:
Keep both hands on the handrail.
Not touch the handrail.
Maintain a firm grasp on the handrail.
Rush down the stairs.

When exiting your vehicle during the basic vehicle control skills test, you must face the vehicle and maintain three points of contact at all times. If your testing vehicle is a bus, you must maintain contact with the handrail. Exiting the vehicle incorrectly may result in automatic failure of the basic control skills test.

20. When accelerating on a surface with poor traction, such as a wet road, a driver should:
Speed up quickly.
Speed up slowly.
Not be concerned about the pavement.

You should accelerate very gradually when driving under conditions that create poor traction.

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