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1. Placards should be used:
Any time a vehicle is carrying hazardous materials.
If there is open space in the truck.
If the amount of hazardous materials in the truck exceeds 200 pounds.
If the hazardous materials create an inhalation hazard.

Placards must be placed on the outside of vehicles carrying hazardous materials. They identify the specific class or classes of materials being carried and warn others of relevant hazards.

2. 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.

3. If you’re not sure what to do to extinguish a fire in your vehicle, you should:
Use water.
Stay inside the vehicle.
Wait for the firefighters.

If you are not sure which kind of extinguisher should be used on a fire in your vehicle, particularly a hazardous materials fire, you should wait for the firefighters to arrive and allow them to extinguish it.

4. When pulled off on the side of the road:
A driver should keep the driver’s side door open.
A driver should turn on the emergency flashers.
The driver should wave their arms.

If you must stop on the side of the road, make sure to use your four-way emergency flashers. This is particularly important at night.

5. Your horn should be used to:
Tell other drivers that you are angry.
Warn other drivers that you are near.
Frighten other drivers.

Your vehicle's horn is a tool to warn others of your presence. Because the horn may create danger by startling other drivers, you should use it only if necessary.

6. If a bus is disabled while passengers are still on board:
Another bus should push the disabled bus to its destination.
The bus should be towed to its destination.
The passengers should be asked to push the bus.
The bus may need be towed to the nearest safe location to discharge the passengers.

A bus that is disabled while passengers are on board should not be towed or pushed, unless it is absolutely necessary. If needed, the bus should be towed or pushed only as far as the nearest safe location for the passengers to be discharged.

7. If you are transporting a drunk passenger, you should:
Force them to immediately exit the bus.
Wait until you are at an appropriate area, such as a stop or well-lit area, to have them exit the bus.
Give them coffee to help them sober up.

If a passenger is drunk and disruptive, you are still responsible for their safety. They should be discharged in a safe location, which may be the next scheduled stop or another well-lit area where other people are present.

8. When driving a 50-foot truck at 50 mph, your minimum following distance should be:
Four seconds.
Five seconds.
Six seconds.

At speeds below 40 mph, you should allow at least one second of following distance for every 10 feet of your vehicle. When traveling at higher speeds, follow the same formula, then add one additional second to your following distance.

9. You should always be able to stop within:
10 feet of your vehicle.
1,000 feet of your vehicle.
Your view of the road ahead.
A minute of hitting the brakes.

You should always make sure that your vehicle will be able to stop within the area of the road that you are able to see. This means that you must slow down whenever conditions reduce visibility.

10. 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).

11. When making tight maneuvers, it is important for a driver to:
Open the door for a better look.
Use their mirrors.
Flash their headlights.
Open their cargo door.

While regular mirror checks should always be part of your driving routine, you should make a particular point of checking the mirrors when changing lanes, turning, merging, or making tight maneuvers.

12. If coolant has to be added to a system without a recovery tank, you should:
Keep the vehicle running while adding coolant.
Open the radiator cap quickly.
Not use gloves to touch the radiator cap.
Wait for the engine to cool before adding coolant.

Before adding coolant to a system without a recovery or overflow tank, you must turn the engine off and wait until it cools. Use gloves or a thick cloth to protect your hands. To release the pressure seal, turn the radiator cap slowly to the first stop.

13. Cargo inside a trailer:
Does not need to be secured.
Should be stacked no more than three feet high.
Should be secured to prevent movement.

Cargo inside a trailer must be secured appropriately to prevent it from shifting in transit.

14. Bridges usually:
Freeze, but only once the temperature drops significantly below 32 degrees Fahrenheit.
Freeze after other road surfaces freeze.
Freeze before other road surfaces.
Have heaters to prevent them from freezing.

Bridges usually freeze before the rest of the road. You should be especially careful when crossing bridges if the temperature is near the freezing point.

15. Mirror adjustment can only be checked properly if:
The trailer is straight.
There is no trailer attached to the tractor.
The vehicle is on a slight incline.
The vehicle is on a slight decline.

If a trailer is attached to a tractor, the adjustment of the vehicle's mirrors can only be checked accurately if the trailer is straight.

16. If a person is boarding a bus while carrying a container of gasoline, the driver should:
Place the gasoline container near the back of the bus.
Keep the gasoline container near the front of the bus.
Place the gasoline container in the aisle.
Not allow the gasoline container onto the bus.

A bus driver should not allow passengers to bring common hazards, such as gasoline or car batteries, onto their bus.

17. While driving, if you notice anything affecting safety or mechanics, you should:
Stay quiet and see if the problem goes away.
Make a written report that includes your concerns.
Try to fix the issue yourself.
Not use that part of the vehicle and hope others don't notice the problem.

At the end of each day of driving, you may be required to make a written report on the vehicle or vehicles driven. Be sure to make note of any issues that could affect the safety of the vehicle or that could lead to a mechanical breakdown.

18. In low temperatures, bridges usually freeze:
After other parts of the roadway.
Before other parts of the roadway.
At the same time as other parts of the roadway.

In low temperatures, bridges usually freeze before other road surfaces. When driving in cold weather, especially when weather conditions have been wet, use special caution on bridges and overpasses.

19. Mirrors should be:
Checked only when changing lanes.
Checked frequently.
Checked only if there is a reason to suspect a problem.

When driving, you should regularly check your mirrors, both to be aware of traffic and to check for problems on your own vehicle.

20. To ensure that you do not slow down traffic when driving a large truck, you should:
Switch gears while driving uphill.
Try to pass another vehicle while driving uphill.
Stay in the right lane whenever possible.

If a heavy load prevents your vehicle from keeping up with the speed of other traffic, you should stay in the right lane.

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