Alberta School Bus Driver Test 06

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Alberta School Bus Test 06

1 / 30

An extinguisher of the type generally carried on a school bus will totally discharge in how many seconds?

2 / 30

Does revving the engine help?

3 / 30

During the period between sunset and sunrise a school bus that is stationary on a highway outside the limits of an urban municipality, how far from the bus should the triangle be placed?

4 / 30

If you experience a loss of brakes, what do you not do?

5 / 30

Excessive idling does not cause...

6 / 30

If the engine or any portion of the bus is on fire, how far from the bus should the passengers move?

7 / 30

All buses are equipped with emergency windows. When should they be used?

8 / 30

Which statement is false? All school buses must be equipped with...

9 / 30

Which statement is false? You must evacuate if...

10 / 30

When Transporting passengers with disabilities, what term is used for someone who is cannot hear very well or speak very well?

11 / 30

If your headlights fail while on a dark road, what should you not do?

12 / 30

When you check each person who was injured in the collision, what should you ask them?

13 / 30

What is considered a split evacuation?

14 / 30

Which statement is false? Experts recommend the following tips to help avoid road rage conflicts...

15 / 30

What is referred to as the noise suppression switch?

16 / 30

Which statement is false? After someone has fainted, you should...

17 / 30

What is referred to as braking time?

18 / 30

When Transporting passengers with disabilities, what term is used for someone who has a disability?

19 / 30

Any person involved in a vehicle collision may be in shock. What is shock?

20 / 30

Should emergency drills for school buses should be organized in a manner similar to fire drills held regularly in schools

21 / 30

The safest place for the passengers is to remain in the bus during an emergency. But which is not a requirement that passengers need to evacuate the bus?

22 / 30

If you hood flies up with driving the bus, what should you not do?

23 / 30

When transporting passengers with disabilities, what term is used for those using a wheelchair?

24 / 30

Do mirror settings cover all blind spots?

25 / 30

To assess a collision quickly and establish priorities, which is not one of the three things that require evaluation.?

26 / 30

What is the purpose of an evacuation drill?

27 / 30

What is referred to as Accessible Transportation?

28 / 30

What is the first action you must always take at the scene of a collision?

29 / 30

How many approved warning device triangle should each bus have?

30 / 30

After a collision, injuries may not be readily apparent. Offer to help, but never move an injured person unless...

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