Saskatchewan Professional Driver Test 05

Suppose you’re preparing to take your Saskatchewan Commercial Driver Licence Test or Saskatchewan Truck Driver Test. In that case, it’s essential that you feel confident and well-prepared before sitting for the official exam. One way to increase your preparedness is by taking advantage of the free SASK Driver Practice Test. This resource can help you familiarize yourself with the format and types of questions you can expect to find on the actual exam.

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Saskatchewan Professional Driver Test 05

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A building, object or contrivance must not exceed how many metres in width?

2 / 30

While inspecting the fuel tanks on class 1 vehicle, which of the following is not part of the daily inspection?

3 / 30

Which statement is false? While inspecting a class 1 vehicle on a daily inspection, all suspension components on each axle must be secure and not damaged, including...

4 / 30

Which of the following vehicle do not require a daily inspection?

5 / 30

A house trailer being moved between sunrise and sunset shall not exceed a width of...

6 / 30

While inspecting the brake pedal, the total pedal travel does not exceed how far of the total available travel when heavy force is applied?

7 / 30

Amber flashing lights are required on most units carrying what type of load?

8 / 30

Which inspection schedule applies only to a motor coach equipped with air ride suspension, air brakes and automatic brake adjusters?

9 / 30

Which of the following information is not required in a daily inspection schedule?

10 / 30

Before beginning a class 1 trip inspection, which of the following is not done?

11 / 30

What is the maximum height of a vehicle, building, object or contrivance is unless otherwise expressed in a permit?

12 / 30

A tridem axle group or tandem axle group manufactured after June 1988 must not have a width less than how far measured from outside to outside tires?

13 / 30

During a trip inspection for class 1, which of the following is not checked with the belts?

14 / 30

During a trip inspection of the hoses for class 1, which of the following is not checked?

15 / 30

When are clearance lights located at the extremities and along the edges of over-dimension loads required?

16 / 30

A fire extinguisher must be present in commercial vehicles wider than...

17 / 30

While inspecting tires on class 1 vehicle, which of the following is not part of the daily inspection?

18 / 30

Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG), Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) must be periodically inspected...

19 / 30

A bus / van registered in a commercial class (PC, PB and PS), operating within Saskatchewan only must be periodically inspected...

20 / 30

A tandem axle group on a semi trailer manufactured after December 1991 must not have width less than how many metres measured from outside to outside tires?

21 / 30

Trucks registered in a commercial class (A, C or D) at or above 22,000 kg, operating within Saskatchewan only must be periodically inspected...

22 / 30

Which inspection schedule do trucks, tractors and trailers or combinations of them exceeding a GVW or RGVW of 11,794 kg require?

23 / 30

A tie-down device on the side of a vehicle may extend how far past the width prescribed in the regulations or in a permit?

24 / 30

While inspecting the battery on class 1 vehicles, which of the following is not part of the daily inspection?

25 / 30

While inspecting a class 1 vehicle's accelerator on a daily inspection, after pressing and releasing the accelerator, what are you looking for?

26 / 30

When should truck operators report to weigh scales?

27 / 30

Which inspection schedule applies to buses used for the transportation of passengers with a designated seating capacity of more than 10, including the driver, but excluding the operation for personal use, and also applied to any trailer towed by a bus?

28 / 30

Trailers registered in a commercial class (TS), dollies, jeeps and boosters equipped with air brakes must be periodically inspected...

29 / 30

Power Units registered in a commercial class (A, C, D or LV) at or above 11,794 kg and operating extra-provincially must be periodically inspected...

30 / 30

Which statement is false? All fluids must be at a safe operating level, including...

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