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1. 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.

2. A posted speed limit that is safe for cars:
Is usually safe to be driven by buses.
May be too fast for a bus.
May be too slow for a bus.
Should be thought of as the minimum speed limit.

Posted speed limits on roadways, especially through turns and curves, may be safe for cars but too fast for buses. Drivers of large vehicles should be aware of how fast their vehicle can safely be driven.

3. If a vehicle has a vehicle inspection report, the driver:
Should not look at the report and instead try to find any issues themselves.
Should take the vehicle to a mechanic.
Should review the report.
Should not conduct a pre-trip inspection and rely only on the report.

For the first step of a vehicle inspection, you should review the last inspection report on your vehicle, if there is one. The carrier should have repaired any problems noted on the report.

4. If your vehicle is equipped with a cargo lift, you should ensure that:
The lift is loosely attached.
The lift is not leaking.
The lift is fully extended.
The lift is the proper color.

When checking a cargo lift as part of your vehicle inspection test, you should check for leaking, damaged, or missing parts. The lift must be fully retracted and latched securely.

5. Brake pads should:
Be covered with grease.
Be covered with oil.
Be covered with brake fluid.
Not have any oil or grease on them.

When inspecting your brakes, you should verify that the shoes and pads do not have any oil, grease, or brake fluid on them.

6. When carrying multiple classes of approved hazardous materials on a bus, no more than a combined total of ____ of the materials may be transported at once.
10 pounds
50 pounds
100 pounds
500 pounds

Buses may carry no more than 500 total pounds of hazardous materials, including no more than 100 pounds of any one class of material.

7. Windshield wiper blades should be:

When inspecting your vehicle, you should check the wiper blades for damage, stiff rubber, and proper securement. Clean the blades if they are dirty.

8. When checking the power steering fluid during a vehicle inspection, you will need to do each of the following, except:
Show where the power steering fluid dipstick is located.
Check for adequate power steering fluid.
Ensure that the power steering fluid level is above the full mark.
Ensure that the power steering level is above the refill mark.

When checking the power steering fluid during the vehicle inspection test, you must be able to indicate where the power steering fluid dipstick is located and show that there is an adequate amount of power steering fluid in the engine compartment. The fluid level must be above the refill mark.

9. Which of the following is not a warning sign of fatigue?
Frequent blinking
Rubbing your eyes
Missing exits or traffic signs
Staying within your lane

Possible warning signs of fatigue include trouble focusing, frequent blinking, or eyelids that feel heavy; repeated yawning; rubbing your eyes; daydreaming, or having wandering or disconnected thoughts; trouble remembering the last few miles; missing exits or traffic signs; trouble keeping your head up; drifting from your lane, following too closely, or hitting a rumble strip; and feeling restless or irritable.

10. If an Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) is equipped on a trailer but not on a tractor:
The truck should not be driven because ABS needs to be on both the tractor and trailer.
The truck should be driven more slowly than usual.
The tractor should not be used and a new tractor with ABS should be located.
The tractor and trailer can still be used together.

A vehicle being equipped with anti-lock brakes on only the tractor or only the trailer provides additional control during braking.

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

Bus passengers should not be allowed to leave baggage in any doorway or aisle. Baggage and freight must be secured in a manner that will prevent damage, allow the driver to move freely and easily, allow riders to exit by any window or door in an emergency, and protect riders from injury if the items fall or shift.

12. Buses must never carry ____ in the space occupied by passengers.
Small arms ammunition
An oxygen tank
Radioactive materials
Passengers who are drunk

Buses must never carry labeled radioactive materials in the area occupied by passengers.

13. An example of mandatory emergency equipment is:
A supply of spare electrical fuses.
A loud horn.
A battery-operated flashlight.
A supply of fireworks.

Mandatory emergency equipment includes: at least one fire extinguisher; spare electrical fuses (unless the vehicle is equipped with circuit breakers); and warning devices for parked vehicles (such as reflective triangles).

14. If a tire fails, you should:
Loosen your grip on the steering wheel.
Immediately apply the brakes.
Check your tires after coming to a complete stop.
Turn sharply off the road.

In the event of tire failure, hold the steering wheel firmly. Stay off the brakes and let the vehicle slow down on its own. Once the vehicle has slowed considerably, you should brake very gently, pull off the road, and stop. Check your tires after coming to a complete stop.

15. Which of the following is a good rule to follow when making a turn?
Honk your horn.
Use your arms to get the attention of other drivers.
Turn off your turn signal before entering the turn to avoid confusing other drivers.
Signal early.

Signal well in advance of a turn so drivers behind you are aware of your intentions. Keep the signal on throughout the turn and turn it off once the turn is complete.

16. If turning to avoid a hazard:
You should brake hard.
You should not brake as it could cause the wheels to lock.
You should turn the wheel very sharply.
You should hold down the brakes until you are past the hazard.

If you are turning to avoid a hazard, do not apply the brakes while you are turning. This could easily lock the wheels and create a skid.

17. During a trip, which of the following does not need to be checked regularly?
Pressure gauges
Seat cushion

During a trip, you should regularly monitor the instruments, gauges, meters, and mirrors. Check the tires, cargo, and lights for signs of trouble.

18. What should be used to check for proper tire inflation?
A tire gauge
A tire iron
An air compressor
A lug nut

During the vehicle inspection test, you must use a tire gauge to check for proper tire inflation. You will not receive passing credit if you simply kick the tires.

19. If pulled over on the side of the road, you should:
Use the taillights to alert other motorists.
Turn on your four-way flashers.
Keep your lights off to avoid distracting other drivers.
Set out items from the cab to warn motorists.

If you must stop on the side of the road, you should turn on your emergency flashers and place the appropriate warning signals to warn other drivers.

20. Belts in the engine compartment should be:
Easy to slide off.

When inspecting your vehicle's engine, check the belts for tightness and excessive wear. The amount of "give" that is safe for each belt in a given engine will vary, so learn what is appropriate for your vehicle.

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