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  1. Which of these statements about speed management is true?

a. On a wet road, you should reduce your speed by about 1/3.

b. On packed snow, you should reduce your speed by about 1/2.

c. When the road is slippery, it will take longer to stop and it will be harder to turn without skidding.

d. All of the above.

  1. You are driving on a straight, level highway at 50 mph. There are no vehicles in front of you. Suddenly a tire blows out on your vehicle. What should you do first?

a. Begin light braking.

b. Begin controlled or stab braking.

c. Stay off the brake until the vehicle slows down on its own.

d. Quickly steer onto the shoulder.

  1. As the blood alcohol concentration (BAC) goes up, what happens?

a. The person becomes more dangerous if allowed to drive.

b. The effects of alcohol decreases.

c. The drinker more clearly sees how alcohol is affecting him / her.

d. The drinker can sober up in less time.



  1. Which of these will help keep an engine cool in hot weather?

a. Making sure the engine has the right amount of oil.

b. Properly adjusted v-belts.

c. Avoiding high speed driving.

d. All of the above.



  1. What is hydroplaining?

a. Only occurs when there is a lot of water.

b. Is more likely if tire pressure is low.

c. Cannot occur when driving through a puddle.

d. Only occurs at speeds above 50 mph.



  1. When a vehicle is carrying a load at night, which extends four feet or more beyond the rear of the body, there must be ____ at the extreme end of the load.

a. A red flag.

b. 2 red flags.

c. 1 red light.

d. 2 red lights.



  1. When checking the bus seats, what are you looking for?

a. To insure they are securely fastened to the bus.

b. To see if they have been removed.

c. To insure the seat and back portions are not loose.

d. All the above.



  1. You must inspect your cargo:

a. After every break

b. Every 3 hours or 150 miles

c. Before starting

d. All of the above



  1. Tie downs must be of the proper type and strength. The combined strength of cargo tie downs must be strong enough to lift.

a. One and one half times the weight of the cargo tied down

b. Three times the weight of the cargo tied down.

c. Twice the weight of the cargo tied down

d. The weight of the cargo tied down



  1. Tank vehicles are used to carry any liquid and are dangerous to drive because:

a. Danger of load surge

b. High center of gravity

c. Both of the above

d. None of the above



  1. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) means the following?

a. Maximum gvw specified by manufacture for a single vehicle plus load

b. Maximum gvw specified by the manufacture

c. Maximum gvw specified by manufacture for a single vehicle

d. None of the above



  1. Gross Vehicle Weight (GVW) means the following:

a. Total weight of a single vehicle plus its load

b. Total weight of a single vehicle

c. Both of the above

d. None of the above



  1. Prior to driving, what are some of the items you should check the interior of the bus for?

a. Schoolbooks and students belongings.

b. A student or other passengers

c. Trash and clothing.

d. All the above



  1. How far can the board of education make a student walk to their assigned pick up location?

a. 1 mile

b. 1/2 mile

c. 100 yards

d. 500 yards



  1. There are three types of vehicle inspections, which one is one of them?

a. Post-trip

b. Enroute

c. Pre-trip

d. All the above


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