PEI Commercial Driver Test 01

By taking the practice test, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of the key concepts and essential knowledge you need to know before taking the official exam. Additionally, you’ll be able to identify your strong and weak areas and work on the latter to improve your chances of acing the test. By passing your PEI driver test with flying colors, you can confidently embark on a rewarding career in the transportation industry and set yourself up for success.


PEI Commercial Driver Test 01

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How Old Do You Need to Be to Get a Class I Driver's Licence?

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How often must it be inspected if a vehicle is registered as a bus?

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What is the first step in a Class III uncoupling procedure?

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How do you test the coupling of the 5th wheel and the kingpin once the jaw is locked?

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When should the wheel chocks be removed from the tractor-trailer?

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Which step in the uncoupling procedure for a Class III vehicle comes after the 5th wheel locks have been locked to an 'open position'?

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What is the age requirement for operating a school bus under the Class II licence?

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What is the first step a driver must perform during the uncoupling procedure in a Class I vehicle?

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How much air brake pressure is needed to safely couple a trailer?

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When should the hand control valve be released during the Class I coupling procedure?

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Which vehicle is allowed for a Class III road test?

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What is the last step of the in-cab inspection during the pre-operation check of a Class II vehicle?

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When preparing the truck and trailer during the pre-operating inspection, the valve stem cap should be positioned at what angle?

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What brake should be applied after the operator has tested the coupling of the 5th wheel jaws and the kingpin?

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After applying the parking brake for the uncoupling procedure, the next step is to check the ground around the vehicle. What type of footing is most undesirable for uncoupling?

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In what order should the air lines and light cord be connected?

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How to Ensure the 5th Wheel Throat Aligns with the Kingpin beneath the Trailer's Front

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Before driving a Class I vehicle, what crucial checks should you perform under the engine/hood during the pre-operating inspection?

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Why is it necessary to check behind the trailer and remove any obstacles after the wheel chock blocks have been implemented?

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After removing the wheel chocks in the Class III coupling procedure, which connection does the operator ensure is continually working?

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How does the tractor-trailer operator determine that the airlines are hooked up in the proper order?

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Which three security and exit components must be checked in the vehicle's cab during the Class III pre-operating inspection?

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What is the minimum age requirement for a Class III Driver's licence?

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Which type of brakes need to be checked before operating the tractor-trailer?

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What is the final step a driver must perform when disconnecting the tractor from the trailer during the uncoupling procedure in a Class I vehicle?

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Before operating a Class II vehicle on the road, which two brake systems must be checked for good working order?

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How long must a person have their Driver's licence before they are allowed to upgrade to a Class II?

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What general method of inspection is required around the vehicle every time a driver takes the truck out for a day's work?

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What device should be engaged in a Class III vehicle while testing the coupling of the 5th wheel jaw and kingpin or gooseneck hitch and ball?

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Where should the tractor-trailer operator stand when checking and adjusting the trailer height?

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