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1. There are blind spots ____ left and right side flat mirrors.
Immediately below
In the middle of
To the left of

There are blind spots immediately below and in front of each outside flat mirror. These mirrors have another blind spot directly behind the rear bumper.

2. A properly adjusted flat mirror should allow the driver to see:
The rear tires touching the ground.
The front tires touching the ground.
Only the roadway and no parts of the bus.
The front bumper.

Properly adjusted flat mirrors on a school bus should allow the driver to see 200 feet behind the bus, the base of each rear wheel, and the sides of the bus.

3. If a parent asks you to change the location of a bus stop, you should:
Agree and pick up students at the new bus stop.
Continue to pick up students at the original bus stop.
Change the bus stop if the new location fits into your route.
Use both locations as bus stops.

A school bus driver does not have the authority to change the location of a school bus stop. Only appropriate school district officials can determine the locations of bus stops.

4. When students board a school bus, the driver should:
Read a book.
Check all mirrors.
Only look at the students.

While students are boarding a school bus, the driver should supervise the loading while watching all mirrors for any students running to catch the bus.

5. The inside rearview mirror is used to:
See passengers.
See potential hazards on the road.
See vehicles trying to switch lanes.

The overhead inside rearview mirror in a school bus is used to monitor passenger activity inside the bus.

6. If a gate controlling a railroad crossing does not go back up after a train passes, you should:
Drive around the gate.
Wait for another vehicle to cross the tracks first to see if it is safe.
Call your dispatcher.

If you are stopped at a railroad crossing and a gate fails to return to its open position after a train passes, call your dispatcher. Do not attempt to drive around the lowered gate.

7. If you must back up at a student pick-up point, you should:
Back up before the students load the bus.
Let the students load the bus before backing up.
Let half of the students load the bus and then back up to meet the second half.

If you must back up a school bus at a student pick-up point, do not put the bus in reverse until all students have boarded. Watch for late-comers at all times.

8. Outside mirrors on a school bus should be adjusted:
Before a trip begins.
During a trip.
After students board the bus.
After a trip ends.

All mirrors on a school bus should be checked and adjusted before beginning a trip. Proper mirror adjustment is vital to the safety of all students and surrounding vehicles.

9. The loading of a school bus:
Is not a dangerous process.
Does not need to be supervised.
Should be done quickly.
Can be dangerous.

More students are killed each year during loading or unloading of school buses than while riding on school buses. Therefore, it is critical that school bus drivers follow appropriate safety procedures during loading and unloading.

10. If a student drops an item while approaching a school bus, the student should:
Stop and pick up the object.
Have another student pick up the object.
Ask the driver to pick up the object.

If a student tries to retrieve a dropped object, they may disappear from the driver's line of sight. This is potentially very dangerous. Rather than retrieve dropped items themselves, students should move to a point of safety outside of the bus's danger zones, get the driver's attention, and wait for the driver to retrieve what has been dropped.

11. If a bus must be evacuated, it is safest for students to:
Stand no more than 50 feet away from the bus.
Stand downwind of the bus in the event of a fire.
Be led far away from any railroad tracks.

After evacuating a school bus, students should be led to a safe place at least 100 feet away from the road in the direction of oncoming traffic. This will keep them safe from flying debris if another vehicle hits the bus. Students should be upwind of any fires and as far away from railroad tracks as possible.

12. If a driver needs to exit a school bus to ensure all waiting students have boarded, the driver should:
Leave the bus running.
Turn the bus off and take the key.
Ask a student to keep an eye on the steering wheel.

While students are boarding a school bus, if the driver cannot account for a student outside, they should secure the bus, take the key with them, and check around and underneath the bus for the missing student.

13. When properly adjusted, the flat mirrors on a school bus should display:
The sides of the school bus.
The ground under the school bus.
The front tires touching the ground.

Properly adjusted flat mirrors on a school bus should allow the driver to see 200 feet behind the bus, the base of each rear wheel, and the sides of the bus.

14. The area to the left of a school bus is considered especially dangerous to students because:
The sun’s reflection obscures the left side of the bus.
Passing vehicles are located to the left of the bus.
It is difficult to see the left side of any bus.
There is no door on the left side of the bus.

While all sides of a school bus have danger zones, the left side is particularly hazardous to students due to the presence of passing vehicles.

15. If your bus stalls on a railroad track, what should you do?
Get everyone out of the bus and move far from the bus.
Keep everyone inside of the bus and try to wave down the train to make it stop.
Keep everyone inside the bus and wait for help.

If a school bus becomes stalled or trapped on railroad tracks, the driver should get everyone out of the bus and off of the tracks immediately. The driver and students should move away from the tracks at an angle and in the direction of any oncoming train.

16. When dropping off students at a school, a driver should:
Secure the bus by turning off the engine.
Leave the key in the ignition, if leaving the driver’s compartment.
Read a book while students unload.

When unloading students at a school, a bus driver must secure the bus by turning off the engine. If they must leave the driver's compartment, they should remove the key from the ignition. The driver must supervise the unloading process.

17. When students are being picked up by a school bus:
The students should wait at a designated bus stop.
The driver should pick up students whether or not they are at the designated bus stop.
The parents should choose where the bus stop will be located.

A school bus driver should load and unload students only at designated stops that have been approved by appropriate school district officials.

18. Active railroad crossings:
Have traffic control devices installed.
Do not have any traffic control devices installed.
Are crossed by at least 10 vehicles every hour.

Railroad crossings with control devices to regulate traffic are known as active crossings. Control devices may include regulators such as flashing red lights, warning bells, and gates. Drivers are required by law to follow instructions given by control devices.

19. As a general rule, where should students be kept during an emergency?
On the bus
On the side of the road near the bus
In a field away from the bus

In most emergency or crisis situations, students on a school bus will be safer and more easily controlled if they are kept on the bus than if they are evacuated. However, if staying on a bus will expose the students to risk or injury, the bus driver should escort them to a safe location.

20. The overhead rearview mirror is located:
On the right side of a bus.
On the steering wheel of a bus.
Above the windshield inside a bus.

On a school bus, the overhead inside rearview mirror is mounted directly above the windshield on the driver’s side of the bus. This mirror should be used to monitor students inside the bus.

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