Manitoba Air Brake Test 05

Taking the free Manitoba Air Brake practice test is wise for anyone who aims to pass the official exam with flying colors. The online test is designed to simulate the real exam experience and to provide candidates with a comprehensive overview of the topics covered in the exam. Besides, the test is free, so potential test-takers can assess their knowledge without spending money.

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Manitoba Air Brake Test 05

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Which statement is false? Operating a vehicle with defects or failing to conduct the required inspections can result in...

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Which statement is false? Vehicle weight affects the brake system in the following ways...

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Which statement is false? What do some vehicles use to slow down and assist in avoiding excessive brake temperature?

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What do vehicles with anti-lock braking systems use to indicate the status of the system and warn of malfunctions?

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When the speed is doubled, the stopping distance is...

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The Highway Traffic Act and regulations require vehicles with air brakes to be checked at least...

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Do anti-lock brake system shorten stopping distances?

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If you double your vehicle weight and double your speed, your stopping distance increases by...

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Which statement is false? Whose responsibility is it to ensure the vehicle comply with HTA regulations?

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Why should you park on a level surface while inspecting air brake systems?

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When problems develop within the wheel, some of the lubricant may escape and go where?

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For the brakes to work, the brake-shoe lining must be...

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What is the main advantage of anti-lock brakes?

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Which of the following is not an external part of the s-cam brakes?

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When the vehicle weight is doubled, the stopping distance is...

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Which statement is false? Defective brake lining can be described as...

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Brakes convert the energy of a moving vehicle into...

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What happens when pushrod stroke becomes excessive?

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For disc brakes, what does not partially cover the rotors?

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With anti-lock brakes, an abnormal drop in wheel speed, which indicates potential wheel lock, causes what?

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Which statement is false? The operating temperature of the brakes can become higher than normal in these conditions...

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What is referred to as brake fade?

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Why should wheel chocks or blocks must be used during air brake inspections?

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Under normal driving conditions on clean dry roads, how do you notice if a vehicle has anti-lock brakes?

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Brake lining is the friction material that is fastened to what?

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Which statement is false? During brake inspections, drivers are expected to identify brake components that are...

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Which statement is false? The factors that affect how your vehicle's brakes work include...

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Vehicles with anti-lock braking systems use warning indicator lights or malfunction lamps to indicate the status of the system and warn of malfunctions. Where are they located?

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Completing an inspection of an air brake system mainly involves...

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Are you allowed to operate a vehicle with a defective air brake system on any road or highway?

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