Saskatchewan Professional Driver Test 02

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Saskatchewan Professional Driver Test 02

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Which answer is false? Driver condition refers to the following...

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the driver of a Class 5 vehicle, operating in the United States for a commercial purpose, must have what if the vehicle or vehicle combination weighs or has a rated capacity (Gross Vehicle Weight Rating) over 4,536 kg?

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Most fatigue-related collisions happen between which times of the day?

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Which of the following is not a warning sign of drowsy driving?

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Traffic lights that have been green for some time before you reach the intersection are referred to as...

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An unsatisfactory medical may result in a L restriction being placed on your driver's licence. An L restriction means...

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What is the advantage for the driver behind you when you make gradual stops?

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What do Canadian drivers need to produce as proof of medical fitness while entering the United States?

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Are drivers allowed to drive in a caravan of vehicles?

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What does the term 'covering the brake' refer to?

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What is referred to as the danger zone of a vehicle?

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When you're faced with glare from oncoming headlights, slow down and do what?

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Are experienced drivers, who are no longer in the Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) program, able to use hands-free cellphones?

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Which statement is false? Drowsy driving is as dangerous as impaired driving because...

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As a defensive driver, you should not depend on other drivers to do what?

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Where do you look before entering the intersection?

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If you have been driving in the dark for a while, how long will you need to recover from the glare of oncoming lights?

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What does overdriving your headlights mean?

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What should you do if you suspect you have a glare recovery problem?

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Upon approaching an upgrade where there is a passing lane, the driver of a vehicle travelling slower than the normal traffic flow must...

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For drivers 46 to 65, subsequent medical reports will be requested every...

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You must set your speed according to the existing conditions but, at the same time, match your vehicle's speed to what?

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Which statement is false? Crossing railway tracks can be especially hazardous for drivers of large vehicles because of the following...

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When approaching an intersection, why should you anticipate a change of a green light?

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For drivers over 65, subsequent medical reports will be requested every...

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Which of the following will not help prevent fatigued driving?

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It is recommended the driver not drive more than how many hours without stopping for a rest?

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Which statement is false? Which of the following increases the danger zone?

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If you drive a taxi, ambulance, police vehicle or van, what should the following distance be between your vehicle and the vehicle ahead?

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Drivers with current medical waivers, or restricted privileges, can continue to operate commercially in Canada but will have a 'W' restriction added to their license meaning...

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