Saskatchewan Professional Driver Test 07

Taking the free Saskatchewan Professional Driver Practice Test is the first step towards acing your official exam with flying colors. This comprehensive and challenging test is designed to test your knowledge of the Saskatchewan Commercial Driver license test material, and it is an excellent tool to help you prepare for the real thing.

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Saskatchewan Professional Driver Test 07

1 / 30

Which statement is false? What is the problem if a very heavy load is loaded on one side?

2 / 30

What's the purpose of conducting a post-trip inspection at the end of your trip?

3 / 30

The proper place for the concentrated load is...

4 / 30

For vehicles 2.06 width or over, what colour should the clearance light be at the rear of the vehicle?

5 / 30

Which statement is false? While performing a school bus inspection, you should check all of the drive belts for...

6 / 30

What colour is the side marker light and reflector at the rear of the trailer?

7 / 30

When making right turns at intersections with vehicles which have an appreciable amount of off-track, an S-turn requires you to do what?

8 / 30

Even though the total load may not be over the total carrying capacity of the vehicles, what could poor distribution of weight could cause?

9 / 30

How many flares/reflectors must be present on the school bus?

10 / 30

Where should fire extinguishers be located on a school bus?

11 / 30

How should left turns be done while driving a tractor trailer?

12 / 30

Which answer is false? While inspecting the hubs during a heavy trailer endorsement inspection, they must not be...

13 / 30

In the case of trucks, the average design provides for about what percentage of the cargo on the rear tires?

14 / 30

Which of the following is not to be checked on a school bus during its inspection?

15 / 30

What's the purpose of performing a trip inspection?

16 / 30

Depending on the amount of change in direction while backing, the tractor must follow in a track related to the track of the trailer, otherwise what could happen?

17 / 30

For vehicles 2.06 width or over, what colour should the clearance light be at the front of the vehicle?

18 / 30

What creates a greater amount of off-track?

19 / 30

On narrow streets, what may be necessary to avoid having the power unit travel over the centre line of the street you are entering or into the second (right) traffic lane?

20 / 30

Who is responsible to ensure that a load does not drop or is not likely to drop on a highway?

21 / 30

To turn the vehicle around, what is recommended?

22 / 30

Traveling around a curve to the left, why should drivers keep the front wheels close to the right edge of the pavement?

23 / 30

Where do you record any defect found in a post-trip inspection?

24 / 30

Traveling around a curve to the right, why should drivers keep the front wheels close to the centre line?

25 / 30

What's the advantage of stopping at regular intervals to inspect your vehicle?

26 / 30

What is referred to as off-track?

27 / 30

All right turns must be started from the right lane as close to the right side of the street or road as possible and be completed into which lane?

28 / 30

Why should periodic checks of the load be made?

29 / 30

When having to do a 3-point turn, where should it be done?

30 / 30

While inspecting heavy trailers, when should the trailer breakaway switch something which needs to be checked?

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