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1. After a tire has been changed, the driver should stop after a short distance to:
Check the tightness of the lug nuts.
Check the wear of the tire.
Check the level of windshield wiper fluid.
Check the air pressure of the tire.

After a tire is changed, you should stop after a short distance to ensure that the lug nuts are still safely in place.

2. Alcohol is removed from the body:
At a rate that changes depending on how much alcohol is in the body.
At a consistent rate, regardless of how much alcohol is in the body.
More quickly if the person drinks coffee.
More quickly if the person stays awake.

The liver removes alcohol from the body at a fixed rate that cannot be accelerated through common tricks, such as drinking coffee or taking a cold shower. The only way to sober up after drinking is to give your body the time it requires to process the alcohol out of your system.

3. If driving a charter bus, a driver should:
Tell passengers how to operate the TVs, if equipped.
Not allow passengers to board until the scheduled departure time.
Allow passengers to board early to get ahead of schedule.
Tell passengers to fill the back of the bus first.

To help prevent theft or vandalism, charter bus drivers should not allow passengers to board the vehicle until the scheduled departure time.

4. Baggage and freight should be stored in a way that:
Allows riders to exit by any door or window in an emergency.
Blocks an exit, if at least one other exit is available to passengers.
Partially covers a door, since the items can be moved aside.
Allows the cargo to be easily offloaded in an emergency.

On a bus, all baggage and freight should be stored in a manner that allows the driver to move freely and easily; allows riders to exit by any window or door in an emergency; and protects riders from injury if items fall or shift.

5. Bent lock rings:
Are acceptable.
Are not a concern in dry weather.
Are dangerous.
Can lengthen tire life.

Mismatched, bent, or cracked lock rings are dangerous and should not be used.

6. A vehicle equipped with an Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) can be identified by:
A sticker on the control panel.
A yellow lamp on the instrument panel.
The letters "ABS" on the brake pedal.
A metal plate on the inside of the driver’s side door.

You can tell that your vehicle is equipped with an Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) if it has a yellow ABS malfunction lamp on the instrument panel.

7. If driving a school bus, your four-way flashers should:
Be activated before crossing railroad tracks.
Never be used.
Only be used after crossing railroad tracks.
Only be used near railroad tracks if a train is approaching.

When driving a school bus, you must activate your four-way flashers while approaching and crossing a railroad crossing. Deactivate the flashers once your entire vehicle has cleared the tracks.

8. If you are turning left and there are two available left turn lanes, which lane should you choose?
The left lane
The right lane
Either lane
Trucks should not turn where there are two left turn lanes.

A large vehicle may need to swing right to make a left turn. If an intersection has two left turn lanes, the driver should choose the righthand land to begin their turn.

9. When checking the springs during a vehicle inspection, do all of the following, except:
Look for missing leaf springs.
Look for broken coil springs.
Ensure torsion springs are not damaged.
Glue cracked leaf springs.

When checking the springs as part of the vehicle inspection test, you should look for missing, shifted, cracked, or broken leaf springs, as well as broken or distorted coil springs. If the vehicle is equipped with torsion bars, torque arms, or other types of suspension components, ensure that they are not damaged and are mounted securely.

10. Suspension system defects may include all of the following, except:
Cracked or broken spring hangers.
Missing or broken leaves.
Leaking shock absorbers.
Cracked lights.

Defects to check for when inspecting your vehicle's suspension system include cracked or broken spring hangers; missing or broken leaves in a leaf spring; and leaking shock absorbers. If you spot any of these issues, be sure to have them repaired.

11. When leaving your vehicle, you should:
Apply the parking brake.
Apply the air brakes.
Not apply any brake.
Disconnect the trailer.

You should always apply the parking brake when leaving your vehicle.

12. When traction is poor, a driver should accelerate slowly:
Because it is best to always accelerate very slowly.
So they do not lose control of their vehicle.
So the driver does not accelerate faster than the vehicle ahead.
To be the last vehicle through an intersection.

Speeding up too quickly on a road with poor traction could cause a driver to lose control of their vehicle. In conditions that cause poor traction, a driver should accelerate especially smoothly and gradually.

13. Before operating a bus, you should ensure that it is safe by:
Reviewing the inspection report left by the previous driver.
Kicking the tires.
Asking your supervisor if the bus seems safe.
Asking passengers if they are comfortable.

A bus must always be inspected before it is driven. The inspection process must include a review of the inspection report made by the previous driver. You should operate the vehicle only if defects listed on the inspection report have been certified as repaired or as not needing to be repaired.

14. 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.

15. When taking the basic vehicle control skills test:
Points are deducted for each pull-up.
A driver is allowed three pull-ups per maneuver.
A pull-up will earn points only if the driver gets out of the vehicle before pulling up.
Only an excessive number of pull-ups will be counted as errors.

During the basic vehicle control skills test, there is no penalty for an initial pull-up; however, an excessive number of pull-ups will count as errors.

16. Carry-on bags should be secured:
In front of the back door.
In front of the front door.
In a location that allows access to all emergency exits.
On top of the bus.

Bus passengers must not leave luggage in doorways or aisles. All items should be secured in a way that allows passengers to exit by any door or window in an emergency.

17. Rough acceleration:
Can damage a vehicle.
Is necessary to warm up parts of the engine.
Is encouraged to improve gas mileage.
Should be done on surfaces with poor traction.

Accelerate smoothly and gradually. Rough acceleration can cause mechanical damage.

18. When driving:
You should always drive at the posted speed limit.
You should always drive slightly below the posted speed limit.
You should adjust your speed according to conditions.
You should drive as fast as possible.

Operators driving too fast is a major cause of fatal crashes. You must continually adjust your speed to a rate that is safe for road and traffic conditions.

19. Radial and bias-ply tires:
Should be used together on all axles.
Should be used together, but only on the rear axle.
Should not be used together.

When inspecting your vehicle, ensure that radial and bias-ply tires are not being used together.

20. What are placards?
Signs placed on a vehicle to identify cargo hazards
A type of tire used in snowy conditions
Logs kept inside the vehicle
Journals for mileage

Placards are diamond-shaped warning signs that are placed on the outside of vehicles carrying hazardous materials. Placards are used to identify the specific hazard classes of the cargo being carried.

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