Saskatchewan Air Brake Test 01

If you’re planning on becoming a professional driver in Saskatchewan, it’s essential that you take the Air Brake Endorsement Test. But before taking the official exam, it’s advisable to first take the free Saskatchewan Air Brake practice test. The practice test is designed to help you familiarize yourself with the actual test’s structure and question format, making you feel confident and prepared.

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Saskatchewan Air Brake Test 01

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Most brake linings should not exceed what temperature?

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The engine converts the energy of heat into the energy of motion, the brakes must convert this energy of motion into...

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To stop a vehicle, brake shoe linings are forced against the machined surfaces of the brake drums, creating friction, which produces what?

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What is the typical amount of brake lag?

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Which statement is false? Stopping distance consists of the following factors...

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When weight and speed are both doubled, stopping power must be increased...

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Which statement is false? Braking distance depends on the following...

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What stops the wheels from turning?

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What is referred to as brake lag?

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Is the Endorsement A is required when operating trucks with air over hydraulic brakes?

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Excessive use of the brakes would cause what?

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The heat produced is absorbed by the metal brake drums, which dissipate heat by passing it off into...

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If the weight of a vehicle is doubled, the stopping power must be...

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What is referred to as psi?

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What is referred to as brake fade?

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What is the typical reaction time?

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Which statement is false? Power is maintained by the following...

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Braking systems use devices to gain a mechanical advantage, with the most common device for this purpose is...

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Can air be compressed into a much smaller space than it normally occupies?

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If speed is doubled, stopping power must be increased by...

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What happens if one or two wheels had brakes that were not properly adjusted?

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What happens if heat is too great within the brakes?

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The amount of heat the brake drums can absorb depends on what?

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What is the definition of reaction time?

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Which statement is false? The distance required to stop a vehicle depends on its speed and weight in addition to the factors of...

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The Endorsement A is not required when operating Class 3 or 5 vehicles licensed as...

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What is needed on your license to operate a vehicle equipped with an air brake system?

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What happens when enough friction is created between brake linings and drums?

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Most brake linings operate best around...

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Which statement is false? The distance required to stop a vehicle depends on its speed and weight in addition to the factors of the following

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