Alberta Commercial Driver Test 04

We recommend familiarizing yourself with all the relevant Alberta transportation laws and regulations, as this knowledge can help you to answer questions correctly. Finally, we encourage you to stay calm and confident throughout the exam and take as much time as needed to answer each question accurately. We are sure you have what it takes to pass your official Alberta commercial driver exam with flying colors!

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Alberta Commercial Driver Test 04

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If a vehicle breakdown happens outside the limits of an urban municipality during daylight hours, how far from the vehicle do you place an approved warning device on the highway in line with the vehicle?

2 / 30

Using the proper grade and type of fuel can improve fuel economy by how much?

3 / 30

The distracted driving laws apply to which vehicles?

4 / 30

If the cargo overhangs the back of the trailer, what must drivers do before safely making a turn?

5 / 30

When linking two or more trailers to a towing unit, which trailer is attached directly to the tractor?

6 / 30

The laws on dangerous goods state the following.

7 / 30

When a turnaround must be done with a school bus, what is not done?

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When coupling a tractor trailer and the semi-trailer does not have spring brakes on at least one axle, how do you adjust?

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A carrier must ensure their drivers are following cycle 1 or 2. How many hours over how many days is cycle 1?

10 / 30

When it comes to idling your truck engine, which statement is true?

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All buses designed to carry more than 11 passengers except one are required to be inspected. Which one does not?

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Before issuing an LCV Driver's Certificate, the carrier must ensure that the driver has either 24 months experience or a minimum number of kms driving experience. What is that amount of kms?

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While doing your daily vehicle walk-around inspection on an air brake-equipped vehicle, which check do you not perform?

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What is another factor what increases the distance a vehicle can stop?

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If a vehicle breakdown happens outside the limits of an urban municipality during darkness, how far from the vehicle do you place an approved warning device on the highway in line with the vehicle?

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If the weight and speed of the vehicle are both doubled, how much is the braking force required?

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If a vehicle's load reaches or extends more than 1.5 metres beyond the rear of the vehicle, what should you do to notify others in nighttime hours?

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When operating long combination vehicles, who is responsible for issuing an annual LCV Driver's Certificate?

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How many hours are drivers who are using cycle 2 required to take off prior to reaching their 70th hour?

20 / 30

Tire friction benefits the driver by creating what?

21 / 30

If the reversing distance exceeds two vehicle lengths, what should you do?

22 / 30

Which is not a warning sign of driver fatigue

23 / 30

What is the maximum speed limit for a loaded or unloaded school bus?

24 / 30

If your speed is doubled, how much should the braking force will need to be required?

25 / 30

Specialized, oversized or overweight equipment requires a special permit. What does the permit not state?

26 / 30

Which condition does not affect a vehicle's traction?

27 / 30

Pumping the brakes is not recommended to stop the vehicle. What negative effect will that have with stopping the vehicle?

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Companies must have and be able to provide proof that their drivers meet and maintain the requirements outlined in the Canadian Trucking Alliance's LCV Driver's Manual. What does LCV stand for?

29 / 30

Which gear should you use while reversing a commercial vehicle?

30 / 30

What is the best solution to feeling fatigued or drowsy while operating a vehicle?

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