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1. What is sleep debt?
When you fall behind on sleep
When you want to take a nap
Excess sleep
The amount of time it takes to get ready to drive after sleeping

You can build up a "debt" of sleep if you do not sleep for adequate amounts of time. You can only catch up on the time that you "owe" by getting more sleep.

2. When turning, you should:
Signal before the turn.
Turn off your turn signal just before starting the turn.
Signal only if vehicles are in front of you.

Be sure to activate the appropriate turn signal well in advance of a turn or lane change. Signal continuously throughout the turn and make sure to cancel the signal after the turn is completed, if your vehicle doesn't have self-canceling signals.

3. All trailers made after ____ must be equipped with Anti-Lock Braking Systems (ABS).

All trailers and converter dollies manufactured on or after March 1, 1998 must have Anti-Lock Braking Systems (ABS).

4. You should check and adjust your mirrors:
Before driving.
While driving.
After driving.

Be sure to check your mirrors before beginning a drive. Your posture may change day to day and your mirrors may need to be adjusted.

5. A manifest for transporting hazardous waste:
Must be signed by hand.
Must be sent electronically.
Must be attached to the outside of the trailer.

If you are transporting hazardous waste, you must carry with you a Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest. The manifest must be signed by hand.

6. An Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) will:
Allow you to drive faster than you would be able to otherwise.
Allow you to follow other vehicles more closely than you would be able to otherwise.
Allow you to drive less carefully than you would be able to otherwise.
Not decrease your stopping distance.

Anti-Lock Braking Systems (ABS) will help you to maintain control during hard braking. ABS will not necessarily shorten your stopping distance.

7. Keeping cargo centered on a rig can:
Help you drive faster.
Prevent a rollover.
Make turns more dangerous.

A rollover is more likely if cargo is unevenly loaded in a rig. To help prevent a dangerous rollover, it is important to keep a load as centered on the rig as possible.

8. If you are driving at a reduced speed in a construction zone when you spot a construction worker near the road, you should:
Speed up.
Stay at your current speed.
Further reduce your speed.

Always decrease your speed when traveling through a construction area. Slow down even further if there are workers on or near the roadway.

9. A truck tractor built after March 1, 1997 must be equipped with:
An Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS).
A flag.
Hydraulic brakes.

Truck tractors with air brakes built on or after March 1, 1997 are required to be equipped with Anti-Lock Braking Systems (ABS).

10. Bridges usually freeze:
Only once temperatures drop significantly below 32 degrees Fahrenheit.
After all other surfaces.
Before other surfaces.

Bridges tend to freeze before other parts of the roadway. Be particularly careful on bridges when temperatures are close to the freezing point.

11. During a trip, gauges are:
Often misleading.
The only way a driver can learn of potential trouble with the vehicle.
A way to learn of potential trouble with the vehicle.

During a trip, you should regularly check the gauge and instrument panels, mirrors, tires, cargo, and lights for signs of trouble.

12. You may be an aggressive driver if you:
Expect delays on your drive.
Slow down and maintain a reasonable following distance.
Make hand gestures that could anger other drivers.

Avoid being an aggressive driver by being realistic about your travel time, making allowance for delays, maintaining reasonable following distances, and not making hand gestures that could anger another driver.

13. When checking the engine compartment, you should check all of the following, except:
The engine oil level.
The coolant level in the radiator.
The windshield washer fluid level.
The fuel level.

When inspecting your vehicle's engine compartment, be sure to check the oil level; the radiator coolant level and the condition of the hoses; the power steering fluid level and the condition of the hoses, if applicable; the windshield washer fluid level; the battery connections, fluid level, and tie-downs; the automatic transmission fluid level; and the condition and tightness of the belts. Additionally, check for any leaks in the engine compartment and cracked or worn electrical wiring insulation.

14. What is the only way to sober up after drinking?
Take a cold shower.
Drink coffee.

The liver removes alcohol from the body at a fixed rate that cannot be increased through tricks like drinking coffee or taking a cold shower. The only way to sober up after drinking is to wait for the alcohol to be removed from your system.

15. Stopping distance can be affected by:
Engine oil.
Time of day.

Factors that can affect stopping distance include your vehicle's speed, its weight, and the traction provided by the road surface.

16. An Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS):
Decreases your braking distance.
Increases your braking distance.
Creates a loud squeaking noise when being used.
Helps to ensure control while braking.

ABS increases a driver's control during braking. It will not necessarily change the distance needed for a vehicle to come to a complete stop.

17. If unsure if a trailer is equipped with ABS, you can:
Check under the trailer for wheel speed sensors coming from the back of the brakes.
Try driving on a slippery surface and see if ABS kicks in.
Assume it does have ABS.
Remove a tire and look for the ABS sensor on the axle.

Trailers and converter dollies built on or after March 1, 1998 are required to have Anti-Lock Braking Systems (ABS). This will be indicated by the presence of a yellow malfunction lamp. You can determine if older trailers have ABS by checking under the trailers for ECU and wheel speed sensor wires coming from the back of the brakes.

18. If your trailer goes off course while you are backing, you should:
Continue the backing process without changing anything.
Pull the truck forward, readjust, and start backing again.
Get out of the truck and move the trailer into the right position.
Turn the steering wheel all the way to the left until the trailer straightens out.

If your trailer goes off course while you are backing, you should pull your truck forward and reposition your vehicle as needed before continuing to back up.

19. When loading a tank, space should be left for outage. What is outage?
Extra cargo
Space for expanding liquids
Space for additional fuel
A place for luggage and personal items

Liquids expand when warmed, so a tank carrying liquid must also contain additional space to accommodate for this expansion. The extra space is known as "outage."

20. Rearward amplification refers to:
The amount of noise projected to the rear of the vehicle.
The cause of the "crack-the-whip" effect.
The number of trailers that can be pulled by one tractor.

The "crack-the-whip" effect is a result of rearward amplification. If not properly handled, a trailer can tip over due to rearward amplification.

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