Ontario CVOR Test 06

Proper practice and preparation can help drivers pass their official exam with flying colors, contributing to safer roads for all Ontario drivers. It is crucial to note that a valid CVOR certificate is required to legally operate commercial motor vehicles in Ontario. By passing the CVOR exam, drivers can demonstrate their knowledge and skills to transport goods safely and efficiently throughout the province.


Ontario CVOR Test 06

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Expired reports must be forwarded to the operator as soon as possible, but no later than how many days after the date of inspection?

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If a driver finds a major defect on the vehicle, as defined in the inspection schedule, what happens to the vehicle?

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A Schedule 3 inspection must be accompanied by what?

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Are inspection-report formats and layouts prescribed by regulation?

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Which statement is false? Both single reports and report books must contain the following minimum line items...

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Are operators free to create a report that best meets the needs of their operation?

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Can single reports be combined with hours-of-service logbooks?

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Why can a driver hand over a valid original copy of a daily inspection report to another driver who is driving for the same operator?

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What is a daily inspection schedule 6 used for?

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A report certifying schedules 1, 2, 3, 5 or 6 inspections are valid for how long from the time of inspection?

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What do daily inspection reports that are used by more than one driver require?

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Completed Schedule 4 inspection reports are supplied by the operator who receives the report from whom?

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Are Ontario operators allowed to include a 'certification of repairs' section on inspection reports to track defects and repairs?

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An inter-city bus may be inspected using which schedules in combination with each other?

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What happens to the report books that are full, or have passed the operator's pre-determined end-date or use period?

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What is daily inspection schedule 2 used for?

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Bus drivers are required to fill out and sign a report upon completion of the inspection, regardless of the distance to be travelled and...

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What is daily inspection schedule 1 used for?

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When a Schedule 4 under-vehicle inspection must be completed, who does the inspection?

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Who is required to supply drivers with the appropriate reports?

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What is daily inspection schedule 5 used for?

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Drivers who are towing a trailer must record the information for the power unit and the trailer on one report, or...

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What happens when a report lists a defect, and the defect was repaired without the operator creating a separate repair order?

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If an inter-city bus is inspected using Schedule 3, when should a Schedule 4 under-vehicle inspection be completed?

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Who is required to repair any defects that do not meet the performance standards?

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When is a driver allowed to continue to drive with a minor defect that is listed on an inspection schedule?

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Which statement is false? When reporting defect, depending upon the driver's situation, reporting to the operator can be done the following ways...

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If a driver finds a minor defect on the vehicle, as defined in the inspection schedule, when must the defect be recorded and reported to the operator?

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Which statement is false? The following information must be printed somewhere on or in the book...

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When an inter-city bus has been inspected under Schedule 3, combined with Schedule 4, but the Schedule 4 under-vehicle inspection has expired and a new Schedule 4 inspection cannot be completed, what happens?

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