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1. ____ cannot be transported on a bus in a space occupied by people.
Radioactive materials
Medical supplies

While some hazardous materials may be transported by bus under specific conditions, labeled radioactive materials must never be carried in the space occupied by people.

2. A pre-trip inspection:
Should be done in the same way every time.
Should be done differently every time.
Does not always need to include all items of concern.

A pre-trip vehicle inspection should be done in the same way every time. Consistency will help a driver learn all of the proper steps and decrease the possibility of the driver forgetting to inspect something.

3. When approaching a drawbridge with a green light:
You must stop.
You may proceed without stopping.
You must wait for the light to change to yellow.

A bus does not need to stop before crossing a drawbridge controlled by a green signal light. The driver should still slow down and verify that it is safe before crossing.

4. When backing a truck, you should:
Only use the side mirrors on the driver’s side of the vehicle.
Use both side mirrors.
Not use a helper.

When backing a truck, always use the mirrors on both sides of the vehicle. Have someone help you whenever possible.

5. If there is a cargo fire in a box trailer:
The trailer doors should be opened.
The trailer doors should not be opened.
A large, heavy blanket should be put over the trailer.

The doors of a trailer should be not be opened in the event of a cargo fire, especially if the cargo includes hazardous materials. Opening trailer doors would increase the fire's oxygen supply, potentially causing the fire to increase in size.

6. By beginning a left turn before reaching the center of an intersection, you:
Will likely complete the turn satisfactorily.
May hit other vehicles with the left side of your vehicle.
Can expect other drivers to move their vehicles to accommodate your turn.

When planning to turn left at an intersection, make sure you have reached the center of the intersection before beginning the turn. If you turn too soon, off-tracking may cause the left side of your vehicle to hit another vehicle.

7. If feeling sleepy while driving, you should:
Press on and finish the trip.
Drive faster to arrive to your destination sooner.
Leave the road and take a nap.
Take an energy pill.

If you begin to feel sleepy while driving, the only safe response is to stop driving and get some sleep. Attempting to fight off exhaustion is dangerous and a major cause of fatal crashes. Stimulants are not a safe solution because they may help keep you awake but will not make you more alert. Once stimulants wear off, you will be even more tired than you were originally.

8. If a traffic light has been green for a long time:
It will probably stay green as you approach.
It is likely broken.
It is likely that the light will soon change to yellow.
It is likely the light will skip yellow and change from green to red.

If you are approaching a traffic light that has been green for a long time, there is a good chance that it will turn yellow before you reach it. Start slowing down and be ready to stop.

9. If a tire rim is damaged, it should be:
Left on the vehicle.
Welded to repair the damage.
Put on the axle farthest from the driver.

Wheels or rims with welding repairs are not safe.

10. Watching the road ahead of you:
Allows you time to make a plan to avoid an upcoming hazard.
Is not encouraged as it distracts you from driving.
Is only important when traveling in congested traffic.

Always watch for hazards on the road ahead. Doing this will allow you time to react to hazards before meeting them.

11. 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.

12. If carrying a heavy load that is slowing you down, you should:
Drive in the left lane.
Drive in the right lane.
Drive on the shoulder.
Keep the vehicle in second gear.

The right lanes of a roadway are generally intended for vehicles traveling more slowly than surrounding traffic. If being slowed down by a heavy load, you should stay in the right lane.

13. A thin layer of ice that forms on road surfaces is called:
White ice.
Black ice.
Green ice.
Blue ice.

Black ice is a thin layer of ice that is clear enough for the road surface to be seen through it. A road covered in black ice may look like it is merely wet. You should be very careful when temperatures are below freezing and the road looks wet.

14. When using your mirrors, you should frequently look at your tires to:
Watch for tire fires.
See if the tires are rolling properly.
See if the tread is sufficient.
Get a sense of the size of the tire in relation to other vehicles.

Check your tires regularly when looking in your mirrors. This helps ensure that you will notice a tire fire, if one should happen. Tire fires may occur when a tire is under-inflated, if dual tires are touching, or if the tires are otherwise overheated.

15. Steering wheel play should be no more than:
10 degrees.
50 degrees.
75 degrees.

A steering wheel should have no more than 10 degrees of play. This is equal to about two inches of movement at the rim of a 20-inch wheel. If there is more play than this, it may be difficult to steer.

16. You should not use your mirrors:
When changing lanes.
When making a turn.
To determine how fast you are traveling.

While regular mirror checks should be a part of your driving routine, it is particularly important to check your mirrors when changing lanes, turning, merging, and making tight maneuvers.

17. When you are driving while drowsy, you should:
Press on and try to finish the trip.
Take drugs to keep awake.
Stop and take a nap.
Stop for a coffee break.

The only effective way to deal with drowsiness while driving is to stop and sleep. Caffeine or other stimulant drugs may help you stay awake, but they will not keep you alert. You will likely end up being even more tired when the artificial stimulants begin to wear off.

18. When backing with a trailer:
You should not back up in a straight line.
You should not correct drift until you are very far off course.
You should pull up to reposition the vehicle as needed.
You should avoid braking.

When backing with a trailer, you should pull up to reposition your vehicle as needed.

19. One way to overcome the challenges of blind spots is to:
Drive faster than surrounding vehicles so no other drivers can pass you.
Drive in the left lane, allowing you to only worry about vehicles to your right.
Make frequent mirror checks and assess the positions of surrounding vehicles.
Avoid using your mirrors.

You should make frequent mirror checks to monitor the traffic around you. This should help you notice if surrounding vehicles begin to move into your blind spots.

20. If your coolant level is found to be low, you should:
Drain the radiator.
Add more coolant.
Add engine oil.
Tighten the belts.

When inspecting the engine compartment, you should check the oil level, coolant level, and windshield washer fluid level, among other things. In both cold and hot weather, it is important that the engine have enough coolant.

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