BC Commercial Driver Test 03

You can use various study materials, such as textbooks, online courses, and practice quizzes, to do well on the test. Pay attention to the questions you miss or struggle with, and review those topics to gain mastery. Additionally, you can benefit from the knowledge and expertise of experienced commercial drivers who have passed the test. They can provide valuable insights, tips, and advice to help you feel confident and well-prepared for the exam.

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BC Commercial Driver Test 03

1 / 30

What is referred to as a "stale" traffic light?

2 / 30

What is the most dangerous point in a turn?

3 / 30

Which lane should you use?

4 / 30

When curving to the left, why do you keep the front wheels close to the right edge of the lane?

5 / 30

If you turn left too soon, what could happen?

6 / 30

What's the difference between torque and horsepower?

7 / 30

When you curve to the right, why do you keep the front wheels close to the centre line?

8 / 30

When exiting the roundabout, is a signal required?

9 / 30

How does inertia affect your vehicle while you're driving it?

10 / 30

What's the difference between roundabouts and traffic circles?

11 / 30

What steering method is recommended when you need to do a lot of turning?

12 / 30

When driving at night, when do you switch from high beam headlights to low beam headlights?

13 / 30

What's the problem with making frequent lane changes?

14 / 30

Which statement is false? Follow these tips to reduce your risk of causing a backing-up crash...

15 / 30

Traffic circles and roundabouts often have a truck apron around the edge of the island in the middle. Are trucks allowed to drive on this?

16 / 30

When you stop for a railway crossing, how far from the crossing should you be?

17 / 30

When turning, what does the phrase "off track refer" to?

18 / 30

What should you do if you are in the nearest lane to an emergency vehicle with lights flashing stopped at the side of the road?

19 / 30

Which statement is false? Wheel separations are usually caused by...

20 / 30

What is an engine governor?

21 / 30

Which statement is false? When an emergency vehicle approaches you with flashing lights, what do you do?

22 / 30

Which statement is false? To ensure your vehicle stays in place when parked and to prevent a runaway vehicle, you should...

23 / 30

What is the maximum speed you should travel in an alley?

24 / 30

When should you check and adjust tire pressure?

25 / 30

When other drivers indicate they want to overtake your vehicle, what can you do to help them to pass safely?

26 / 30

When approaching a roundabout, who should be given the right of way?

27 / 30

What is referred to as lugging?

28 / 30

What is meant by double-clutching?

29 / 30

When backing up with a guide, where should they be positioned?

30 / 30

What should the minimum tread depth be for front tires?

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