BC Commercial Driver Test 04

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BC Commercial Driver Test 04

1 / 30

When loading the trailer, why should the load be partially over or just ahead of the rear axles?

2 / 30

The Standard outlines specific requirements for transporting coils of rolled sheet metal where the shipment of coils weigh how much?

3 / 30

When loading cargo, how should it be loaded so it doesn't cause your trailer to lean?

4 / 30

For trailers equipped with air suspension, what has to happen before applying the trailer brakes when leaving the trailer parked?

5 / 30

Which statement is false? Police can impound the vehicle you're driving if you're caught committing any of the following offences, such as...

6 / 30

If you're going to work with dangerous goods, what must your current employer do first?

7 / 30

Loads on a straight truck can't extend how far beyond the turn centre without having a red flag attached?

8 / 30

If your trailer whips or swerves, what should you do to control it?

9 / 30

What should be the minimum distance between your breastbone and the airbag unit in the steering wheel?

10 / 30

What does TAC stand for?

11 / 30

Is a cab shield (cab protector, bulkhead) considered a front-end structure or part of a cargo securement?

12 / 30

Which statement is false? Tiedowns must not be used for cargo securement if...

13 / 30

When coupling and uncoupling multiple trailers, if the trailers have spring brakes, what should you do before coupling?

14 / 30

How far in front of the vehicle can load extend?

15 / 30

When towing two trailers, what risk do you face?

16 / 30

Front-end structures less than 1.83 m in height must be able to withstand a static load of how much?

17 / 30

When coupling a trailer to the tractor, how do you know they are lined up correctly?

18 / 30

What percentage of all greenhouse gases are produced by vehicles?

19 / 30

Where a tiedown could be cut or scraped where it contacts cargo, what should be used to prevent this?

20 / 30

Which statement is false? When you use load binders, you must...

21 / 30

When transporting livestock and you have less than a full load, what can you do to keep livestock bunched together?

22 / 30

Before a vehicle transporting logs enters a highway from a private road, what must the driver do first?

23 / 30

If your vehicle becomes disabled, park as far off the road as possible and place warning devices in front and behind the vehicle, but how far?

24 / 30

What should the working load limit of tiedowns used to secure cargo be?

25 / 30

A trailer with a high centre of gravity, what does it increase the chance of the vehicle doing?

26 / 30

Which statement is false? What is the advantage of turning the engine off when you're not driving (for example, at a truck stop or depot)

27 / 30

What is referred to as dunnage?

28 / 30

What type of hitch is used to couple a truck and trailer?

29 / 30

Which statement is false? Whipping and swerving may be caused by...

30 / 30

Is a trip inspection report required for every new trailer you pick up each day?

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