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Alberta Class 1 Licence Test 3 2024 | AB

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Based on 2024 AB commercial driver's license manual Instant feedback
Preparing to drive a semi-trailer truck or a long combination vehicle in Alberta? You'll need a Class 1 commercial driver's licence. The transportation industry in AB is booming, so now is a great time: truck drivers are in high demand. As a Class 1 licenced commercial driver, you can work for a trucking company as an employee, or for yourself as an owner-operator. But in order to drive one of the largest vehicles on the road, you must first learn to drive carefully and safely. So before you can get your Class 1 licence, you must pass both a written and a practical test. The written test (also known as the Alberta truck driver's knowledge exam) has several multiple-choice questions. This 50-question Class 1 practice test is a great way to prepare as all questions are based on the official 2024 AB commercial driver's manual. As you answer the questions, we recommend checking each question's explanation to gain some further insight into the rule behind it. Good luck and drive safely!
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Perfect for:

  • First-time AB commercial license applicants
  • Existing commercial license holders adding endorsements
  • AB commercial license renewal applicants

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List of questions (classic view)

  1. Why is it important to know which parts of the air brake system exhaust air?
  2. Which colour is the trailer supply line?
  3. Without an oversize load permit, the tallest your vehicle can be is
  4. What does this sign mean?
  5. Why are there two service tanks in a modern air brake system?
  6. When must a carrier check your driving record?
  7. What does this sign mean?
  8. When you couple your tractor to a trailer, which of the following is most important?
  9. What does this sign mean?
  10. As a commercial driver, you are expected to practice
  11. How can the trailer hand valve be used?
  12. What does this sign mean?
  13. The braking distance of a tractor-trailer is roughly ________ as the braking distance of a car.
  14. What are the four factors that affect a commercial vehicle's stopping distance?
  15. What does this sign mean?
  16. What is a "glad hand"?
  17. In your daily log, you must record which of the following?
  18. What does this sign mean?
  19. What does this sign mean?
  20. You're driving on a curve to the left. How can you ensure that your trailer's wheels stay in your lane?
  21. What is the wheelbase of a vehicle?
  22. What is a commercial vehicle's danger zone?
  23. To inspect an air brake system, you should wear
  24. While driving your truck, you see an open truck inspection station. What should you do?
  25. What does this sign mean?
  26. Hours of service regulations let a driver choose one of two cycles
  27. What function does the alcohol evaporator perform?
  28. If your vehicle is equipped with antilock brakes (ABS), how should you brake in an emergency?
  29. When must you chock the wheels of your stopped vehicle?
  30. For which kind of vehicle must operators also maintain a Safety Fitness Certificate?
  31. How would you define an air-actuated hydraulic braking system?
  32. Which of these statements is true about learning to operate a vehicle equipped with air brakes?
  33. What's the youngest age at which you can become a licensed commercial driver in Alberta?
  34. Which of these statements about a Class 1 road test is untrue? The test vehicle must be a tractor-trailer with the following features...
  35. Which type of commercial vehicles, aside from trucks and trailers, are required to undergo the Vehicle Inspection Program (VIP)?
  36. In which situation is the daily log not a requirement for a driver?
  37. The cargo carried by commercial trucks registered over a specific weight needs to be secure. What is this weight?
  38. Can anything else be added to a vehicle inspection after it's completed and signed?
  39. The vehicle trip inspection is included in the road test when applying for what class of licence?
  40. What does MELT, a program needed to obtain a Class 1 or a Class 2 driver's licence, stand for?
  41. In relation to daily logs, which statement is accurate?
  42. If a minor defect is found during a daily inspection, should it be included in the inspection schedule or can it be ignored?
  43. Who is spared from the requirement to obtain an Safety Fitness Certificate under provincial law, but not under federal regulations?
  44. At a vehicle inspection station, when is it appropriate to drive slowly beside the scale lane?
  45. A road test vehicle trip inspection is NOT required when you apply for a
  46. All drivers must adhere to the policies and procedures within their company's safety plan. Which of these statements is false?
  47. A driver or carrier must ensure that cargo transported by a commercial vehicle is properly contained, immobilized, or secured so it cannot do what?
  48. When is it permissible to operate a vehicle with a major defect?
  49. Which commercial vehicles are required to report to a vehicle inspection station when lights are flashing?
  50. What must a driver provide on demand by a peace officer?
  51. Under the National Safety Code (NFC), a commercial driver must have an SFC to drive outside of Alberta. What does "SFC" stand for?