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1. When checking your vehicle's lights before driving:
The vehicle should be running and in gear.
The engine should be turned off.
The check can be done from inside the vehicle.
The check can be done by looking at a reflection from a shiny surface.

To check your vehicle's lights before a trip, you should set the parking brake, turn off the engine, remove the key from the ignition, and take the key with you. Turn on your low beam headlights and four-way flashers. Get out of the vehicle to make sure the lights are working properly.

2. You must put out emergency warning devices within ____ of stopping on the side of the road.
One minute
10 minutes
45 minutes
Two hours

If you must stop on the shoulder of a road, put out your emergency warning devices within 10 minutes of stopping. When pulling off the road to stop, be sure to turn on your four-way emergency flashers.

3. 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.

4. Which of the following is not a type of retarder?

Retarders are mechanisms in some vehicles that help slow a vehicle and reduce the need for braking. The four basic types of retarders are exhaust, engine, hydraulic, and electric.

5. 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.

6. The drive shaft should:
Be bent toward the passenger side.
Be bent toward the driver’s side.
Be bent to one side or the other.
Not be bent.

During the vehicle inspection test, you should check that the drive shaft is not bent or cracked.

7. When traveling down a hill:
Your speed will not change.
Your speed will decrease.
Your speed will increase.
You will slow to a stop.

When a vehicle is traveling on a downward slope, the force of gravity will cause its speed to increase.

8. When driving through a curve during the skills test, you should:
Veer from your lane if needed to complete the curve.
Reduce your speed after entering the curve.
Refrain from looking for other vehicles while turning.
Reduce your speed before entering the curve.

When approaching a curve during the on-road driving skills test, you must reduce your speed sufficiently before entering the curve so that you do not need to further brake or shift in the curve. Keep the vehicle in its lane and continue to check for traffic in all directions.

9. A driver should always:
Stay in the right lane.
Have an emergency plan.
Stay in the left lane.
Drive faster than the posted speed limit.

While driving, you should continually scan the road to spot potential hazards in advance. Make emergency plans for how to deal with the hazards if they become dangerous.

10. If an Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) malfunctions:
The driver will not know.
A yellow lamp will light up on the control panel.
The brakes will lock up.
The brakes will not work.

On a vehicle with ABS, a yellow malfunction lamp on the instrument panel will illuminate to alert you if the braking system is not working.

11. A person working on a disabled vehicle on the shoulder of a road:
Will likely pay attention to traffic on the road.
May be focused on the repair and not paying attention to roadway traffic.
Is exempt from traffic laws.
Should not be assisted.

Be cautious when driving near people who are working on disabled vehicles. The task will likely consume their attention, so they may not be aware of traffic or other hazards on the road.

12. If there are no warning gates or lights at a railroad crossing, you should:
Not worry because the tracks are likely abandoned.
Park your vehicle and walk up to the tracks to determine if a train is approaching.
Look down the tracks in both directions to ensure that no trains are approaching.
Do whatever surrounding vehicles are doing.

A passive railroad crossing is a crossing that lacks control devices, like gates or warning lights. Before crossing a passive railroad crossing, you should search the tracks for approaching trains coming from either direction.

13. Which factor does not have an impact on a person’s blood alcohol concentration (BAC)?
The number of alcoholic drinks consumed
How quickly the alcoholic drinks were consumed
The weight of the drinker
The temperature of the drinks

The three main factors that determine a person's blood alcohol concentration (BAC) are the amount of alcohol consumed, how quickly the alcohol is consumed, and the person's weight.

14. Convex mirrors:
Cannot be used on vehicles transporting hazardous materials.
Can replace flat mirrors.
Can be helpful to see a wider area.
Are illegal to be used in most states.

Many large vehicles have curved, convex mirrors. Convex mirrors allow drivers to see a wider area than flat mirrors. However, they also make objects seem smaller and farther away than they really are.

15. A CMV should:
Not have a fire extinguisher, unless transporting hazardous materials.
Not have a fire extinguisher, unless the vehicle will be traveling through remote areas.
Not have a fire extinguisher.
Have a fire extinguisher and other emergency equipment.

All commercial motor vehicles are required to be equipped with the proper emergency equipment. This may include spare electrical fuses; three red reflective triangles, six fuses, or three liquid burning flares; and at least one properly charged and rated fire extinguisher.

16. A burning tire should be:
Cooled with water.
Fanned with a blanket.
Cut up with an axe.
Covered with a tarp.

A burning tire should be cooled with water. A driver may need to use large quantities of water to properly cool the tire.

17. When it is difficult for others to see your vehicle, such as at dawn or dusk, you can help other drivers by:
Keeping your lights off.
Turning your lights on.
Driving on the shoulder.
Waving an arm out the window.

At times when visibility is low, you should turn your headlights on to the low beam setting. If you are having a difficult time seeing others, they are probably having a difficult time seeing you.

18. 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.

19. ____ is a thin layer of ice that forms on road surfaces.
White ice
Black ice
Green ice
Blue ice

Black ice is a layer of ice that is thin and clear enough for the road to be visible through it. This makes the road look as if it is merely wet.

20. Accelerating roughly is:
Encouraged at slow speeds.
Encouraged at all speeds.
Discouraged, as it may cause damage to the vehicle.
Discouraged, as it may confuse other drivers.

When accelerating, speed up smoothly and gradually so your vehicle does not jerk. Rough acceleration can cause mechanical damage.

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