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1. At railroad crossings, bus drivers:
Do not need to stop.
Do not need to stop, but must reduce their speed to 25 mph below the posted speed limit.
Do not need to stop, but must open the door to listen for trains.
Must stop and check for any approaching trains.

When approaching a railroad crossing while driving a bus, you must stop between 15 and 50 feet from the nearest track to look and listen for any approaching trains. Only proceed once you are certain that there are no approaching trains. You do not need to stop at streetcar crossings; if a police officer or flagger is directing traffic; if there is a green traffic signal at the crossing; or at crossings marked "exempt" or "abandoned."

2. In the event of an engine fire, you should not:
Turn the engine off as soon as possible.
Keep the fire from spreading.
Open the hood.
Spray from the underside of the vehicle.

In the event of an engine fire, you should turn off the engine as soon as possible. Do not open the hood if you can avoid it. Shoot foam through the louvers or from the vehicle’s underside.

3. 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.

4. Once stopped as a part of the stop/start maneuver, you should:
Use the four-way flashers.
Not use the four-way flashers because it is just a test, not an emergency.
Leave the vehicle in first gear.
Park in front of a fire hydrant.

Once you have stopped as a part of the stop/start maneuver during the on-road driving skills test, you must activate your four-way flashers and shift into neutral or park. You must not block any driveways, intersections, fire hydrants, or signs.

5. When stopping:
The brake pedal should be pressed down gradually.
The brake pedal should be pushed down quickly.
The brake pedal should be pressed down repeatedly, but not held down continuously.
The amount of force required on the brake pedal will be the same each time you slow or stop.

Press the brake pedal down smoothly and gradually every time you slow or stop. The amount of brake pressure you need to apply depends on the speed of your vehicle and how quickly you need to stop.

6. Backing with a trailer is dangerous because:
It is difficult to see behind the vehicle.
Most trucks do not have the ability to move in reverse.
Cargo may fall out of the trailer.
There may be extra weight in the front of the trailer.

Backing up is always dangerous because it is impossible to see everything behind your vehicle. If you must drive in reverse, use a helper, if possible.

7. 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.

8. During the on-road driving test, you must do all of the following, except:
Wear your safety belt.
Obey all traffic laws.
Complete the test without a moving violation.
Obey all traffic signs and signals, but only if other traffic is present.

You must drive in a safe and responsible manner during the on-road driving test. This includes wearing your safety belt; obeying all traffic signs, signals, and laws; and completing the test without an accident or moving violation.

9. Leaking shock absorbers:
Are normal.
Indicate a potentially dangerous defect.
Will prevent the turn signals from working.
Pose no threat if the vehicle is only driven on highways.

The suspension system keeps a vehicle's axles in place. Damaged suspension parts, such as leaking shock absorbers, may be potentially dangerous defects on a vehicle.

10. When changing lanes:
You should move your vehicle quickly.
You should move your vehicle slowly.
The move should be made with a jerking motion.
You do not need to use a turn signal.

Always change lanes slowly and smoothly to maintain control of your vehicle. Doing this will also allow a driver that you did not see time to move out of the way of your vehicle. Use the proper turn signal to communicate with other road users.

11. During the basic vehicle control skills test:
A pull-up always counts against the applicant.
A pull-up should be completed at least once.
Stopping without changing direction is not considered a pull-up.
Excessive pull-ups are acceptable in the opinions of some test administrators.

During the basic vehicle control skills test, a pull-up will be scored any time an applicant stops and pulls forward to gain a better position. Stopping without changing direction will not. An excessive number of pull-ups will count as errors.

12. While driving a vehicle, if an unusual noise or feeling occurs, the driver should:
Assume it is not a concern and continue driving.
Hope the vehicle makes it until it is switched to another driver.
Check the vehicle to determine the proper solutions.
Drive on the shoulder.

If you see, hear, smell, or feel anything that could indicate trouble while you are driving, you should stop and inspect the source of the unusual occurrence.

13. How does doubling your speed from 20 mph to 40 mph affect your vehicle's braking distance?
It stays about the same.
It increases slightly.
It doubles.
It quadruples.

Increasing your vehicle's speed will increase your vehicle's striking power and braking distance. Doubling your vehicle's speed from 20 to 40 mph will multiply its braking distance by four.

14. When preparing to drive in the winter, be sure to check:
The coolant level.
The defrosting and heating equipment.
The windshield wipers.
All of the above.

Before driving during the winter, make sure to check your defrosting and heating equipment, coolant and antifreeze levels, wipers and washers, tire tread, tire chains, lights, reflectors, and exhaust system. Clear ice and snow from all windows, mirrors, hand holds, steps, deck plates, and radiator shutters. Make sure the winterfront is not closed too tightly.

15. 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.

16. What does an Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) do?
Allow the rear wheels to lock up
Allow all wheels to lock up
Help prevent wheel lockup
Alert other motorists when you are braking

The purpose of an Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) is to prevent a vehicle's wheels from locking up when the driver brakes hard on a slippery surface.

17. After starting the engine, oil pressure should reach a normal level:
Within a few seconds.
After about a minute.
After about four minutes.
Within 10 minutes of driving.

After you start the engine, keep an eye on the gauges. Oil pressure should rise to a normal level within a few seconds of the engine being started.

18. Stopping distance can be affected by:
Time of day.

Stopping distance is affected by a vehicle's speed. The faster you are driving, the longer your stopping distance will become.

19. During a basic vehicle control skills test, what is considered an encroachment?
The vehicle crossing over an exercise boundary line.
A driver executing a single pull-up.
A driver placing the vehicle in neutral and applying the parking brake.
The vehicle stalling while the driver shifts gears.

An encroachment during the basic vehicle control skills test is when an exercise boundary line is touched or crossed by any portion of the applicant's vehicle. Every encroachment will be counted as an error.

20. How many classes of hazardous materials are there?

A hazardous material will be placed into one of nine classes to explain the type of risks associated with the material.

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