Alberta School Bus Driver Test 04

The more you study and practice, the more confident you will feel. On the day of the official exam, arrive early, make sure to bring all required identification, and remain calm. Remember, you have prepared extensively, and this is your time to shine. With your commitment and perseverance, you’ll find success and be on your way to becoming a responsible and safe school bus driver.


Alberta School Bus Test 04

1 / 30

a hazard can develop from any angle and that zone of awareness must include what size?

2 / 30

The human eye takes roughly how many seconds to recover from headlight glare?

3 / 30

What does a mental pre-trip inventory not look at?

4 / 30

If you're traveling at 80 km/h and a deer comes out from the side, how long would it take to stop the bus on dry, clear road conditions??

5 / 30

When stopping at a railway crossing, what's the required distance to stop the vehicle?

6 / 30

What does the acronym SAFE stand for?

7 / 30

Which statement is false? By law, as an operator of a school bus, you are required to stop at a railway crossing unless...

8 / 30

As your speed increases, where should you focus your attention?

9 / 30

What happens when we are lulled into a state of relaxed well-being when we drive?

10 / 30

What is not an example of messages we receive through hearing?

11 / 30

What is the appropriate time to check your mirrors while driving?

12 / 30

When parking on a hill, when should you turn the wheels to the left?

13 / 30

When making turns in rural areas, how far back from the intersection should you signal?

14 / 30

Are school buses allowed to back up on school grounds?

15 / 30

When you do need to reverse, when should you sound the horn?

16 / 30

At night when meeting oncoming vehicles with bright headlights or headlights on high beam, where should you shift your gaze toward?

17 / 30

In the driving sense, what is described as foresight?

18 / 30

Which of our sense are not used to help you become an alert driver?

19 / 30

What is the change in your peripheral vision change when speed changes?

20 / 30

What is referred to as reaction time?

21 / 30

What are one of the most important tools available to the defensive driver?

22 / 30

If bright sunlight, fog, snow, smoke, or other obstructions make it difficult for you to see, what should you do?

23 / 30

What is not part of the basic collision prevention formula?

24 / 30

What is not one of the factors associated to stopping the bus?

25 / 30

The signals may be malfunctioning in the off position and a train may be approaching the crossing, what should you do?

26 / 30

Why should you ease up on the brake pedal slightly just before coming to a full stop and then reapply pressure on the pedal?

27 / 30

A perfect trip is any trip characterized by the lack of one major trait. What is it?

28 / 30

Is it okay to continually drive in another driver's blind spots?

29 / 30

What is referred to as perception time?

30 / 30

As a professional operator, what percentage of collisions should be your goal to avoid on every trip?

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