Ontario Air Brake Test 06

If you are preparing to take the Ontario air brake test, it is essential to practice with the Ontario air brake practice test. This test is designed to help you understand the complex system of air brakes that are used in commercial vehicles. The practice test will cover topics such as air brake components, air system leaks, proper braking technique, and emergency procedures. It will also require you to answer multiple-choice questions that are designed to test your knowledge of the material. By taking the Ontario air brake practice test, you will be well prepared to tackle the real test and obtain your air brake endorsement. Remember, the key to success is to study and practice, so don’t hesitate to take advantage of this valuable resource. Good luck!


Ontario Air Brake Test 06

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If a compressor is belt-driven, what should you inspect?

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In addition to inspecting the tanks themselves, what else should you check?

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What will help to pinpoint a leak with air hoses?

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Why should the brake on each end of an axle have the same size air brake chamber?

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When should wheel chocks or blocks be used?

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Which of the following is not safety equipment required to inspect air brake systems?

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What is the main advantage of ABS?

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When problems develop within the wheel, what could come into contact with the brake lining?

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Most slack adjusters are designed with how many holes for attachment of the pushrod?

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Which statement is false? Drivers are expected to identify brake components that are...

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Where are the ABS indicators usually mounted on trailers

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Operating a vehicle with defects or failing to conduct the required inspections can result in charges against whom?

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Which statement is false? When inspecting the air compressor, the driver must check for...

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How can air brake chamber air leaks usually be detected?

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Which of the following is not considered a defective brake lining?

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The slack adjuster's effective length is the distance between the centre of the camshaft and...

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For the brakes to work, what position should the brake-shoe lining be in?

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Which brake hoses and tubes are likely to suffer the most damage?

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Slack adjusters act as levers that increase what?

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Which answer is false? An inspection of a vehicle's air brake chambers includes...

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Which statement is false? Damage or deterioration to brake hoses and tubes may be in the form of...

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To ensure balanced braking, slack adjusters on each side of an axle should be...

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Air tanks must remain securely attached to the vehicle. Check that they are secure both by looking at them and by...

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Air compressors must always be inspected with...

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How would drivers know the ABS is not working before it's too late?

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If an anti-lock braking system malfunction occurs, is regular brake function still available?

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How would you know if the belt is in good condition?

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What is the problem when the lining is worn too thin?

29 / 30

Although all the other air brake chambers are working, would you be prohibited from operating a vehicle with an air brake chamber defect on any road or highway?

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Under normal driving conditions on clean dry roads, will you notice any difference between vehicles with anti-lock braking and those without it?

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