Alberta Commercial Driver Test 02

Passing the Alberta commercial driver exam is an important milestone towards becoming a professional truck driver. With the right preparation, practice, and exam-taking strategies, drivers can accomplish this significant achievement with flying colors. It’s essential to remember that safety is the top priority, and by mastering the nuances of safe driving, drivers can ensure that they are well-equipped for the road.

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Alberta Commercial Driver Test 02

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A vehicle with an air brake system has brakes that are initiated by air pressure from what device?

2 / 30

During a daily inspection, if a minor defect is detected, does it need to be added to the inspection schedule or can it just be overlooked?

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The National Safety Code (NFC) requires a commercial driver to have an SFC to drive outside of Alberta. What does SFC stand for?

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A vehicle trip inspection is required as part of the road test when applying for which class of license?

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When can a vehicle be operated with a major defect?

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Who are exempt from the requirement to obtain an SFC under provincial law but NOT federal regulations?

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All drivers have a responsibility to know and follow the policies and procedures contained in their company's safety plan. Which statement is false?

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Which plan involves driver training responsibilities, conduct, and discipline?

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Other than trucks and trailers, which commercial vehicles need to be inspected under Vehicle Inspection Program (VIP)?

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Which commercial vehicles must report to a vehicle inspection station when the lights are flashing?

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What is the purpose of a daily vehicle inspection?

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A driver or carrier must ensure that cargo transported by a commercial vehicle is contained, immobilized, or secured so that it cannot do what?

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Which statement is false?

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A carrier's Safety Plan must address matters relating to the safe use and operation of their commercial vehicles. What does it not include?

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When you are required to report to a vehicle inspection station, when should you drive slowly beside the scale lane?

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How long must you keep a copy of each daily log and supporting documents?

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When referring to the total stopping distance, what does it refer to?

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Commercial trucks registered over a certain amount of weight are required to ensure the cargo they carry is secure. What is that minimum weight?

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Anyone who wants to obtain a Class 1 or a Class 2 driver's license must take a MELT Program. What does MELT stand for?

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After the vehicle inspection is completed and signed, can anything else be added to it?

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The purpose of a daily trip inspection is...

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Why was the hours-of-service legislation brought to life?

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While braking in an airbrake-equipped vehicle, what is referred to as lag time?

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A carrier must establish, maintain and follow a written maintenance and inspection program that covers all applicable vehicles registered to the carrier. What happens if they don't?

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Which statement is false? A vehicle trip inspection is required as part of the road test when applying for...

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When does a driver not need to complete a daily log?

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Where a trip inspection report has been completed, how long is the trip inspection valid for?

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On the demand of a peace officer, what must a driver produce when asked?

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With regard to the daily logs, which statement is true?

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A driver may continue to drive with a minor defect that is listed on an inspection schedule under the following conditions

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