Manitoba Professional Driver Test 07

This test covers various driving scenarios, such as proper signal usage, brake timing, and pre-trip inspections. Putting in the time and effort to study these concepts can significantly improve your chances of passing your official exam with ease. Don’t hesitate to take advantage of these resources and put yourself on the path toward becoming a skilled and responsible commercial truck driver.


Manitoba Professional Driver Test 07

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Passenger carrying vehicles with a seating capacity between 11 and 24 occupants (including the driver) require which class of license?

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What licence is required if the tow truck has more than two axles or if the towed vehicle's weight is over 4,540 kg?

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What causes vehicles transporting hanging meat to become unstable?

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When slowing or braking with a tank truck, what is often created within the tank?

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In the event of spills or other hazards relating to dangerous goods, who are drivers not required to contact?

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Most tanks are considered to be full when they have reached what per cent of the tank capacity?

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Why is it difficult for the driver to feel a skid coming or even sense the trailer bouncing when driving a highway train?

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Is it necessary to block the wheel of a trailer that is to be left for any length of time?

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When connecting the trailers, which trailer should be hitched to the tractor?

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Vehicles displaying a dangerous goods placard must stop where?

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School bus drivers require which class of driver's licence if the school bus being operated has a seating capacity of over 36 occupants (including the driver) while carrying passengers?

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At what point does liquid being transported have a direct impact on the handling or control of the vehicle?

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Combination vehicles with more than one trailer are subject to 'rear amplification'. What is this?

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Once the skid starts, if no corrective action is taken, the critical point can be reached in about how much time?

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How would you test to see that the fifth wheel jaws have locked to the trailer pin?

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When transporting livestock does the vehicle need to be equipped with partitions adequate to separate different species, kinds, classes, types or sizes of livestock?

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Can 'wide load' signs be displayed when a wide load is not actually being transported?

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Some other tanks have compartments with baffles in them. What are referred to as baffles?

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What may change the centre of gravity of the vehicle for the driver negotiating a turn or curve?

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When towing a disabled vehicle, the distance between the two vehicles must not exceed...

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What can reduce the risk of a trailer being unstable and risk rolling over?

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What is a highway train is referred to as?

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Which statement is false? Which loads do not require a tarpaulin when they are being transported?

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All tow trucks must be equipped with a flashing or oscillating amber light clearly visible from a distance of...

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Which statement is false? Jackknifing can be caused by one of the following...

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To reduce the risk of a collision, the driver of a highway train must...

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Are some liquids heavier than others?

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Any kind of shipping document may be used providing it contains all of the prescribed criteria for shipping documents required by the regulations except...

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What class of driver's licence is required if the bus being operated has a seating capacity of over 24 occupants (including the driver) while carrying passengers?

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Which statement is false? Situations that can quickly lead to skidding and jackknifing are...

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