AB Class 2 (Bus) Commercial Licence Practice Test 3 2023
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Think you've got the hang of driving a Class 2 vehicle in Alberta? Solidify your knowledge with our third practice test. Updated for December 2023, these 50 questions will cover additional commercial driving scenarios, road safety, and vehicle handling, setting you up for success on the real exam. Remember, you'll need to have a valid Class 5 licence and be at least 18 years old to qualify for a Class 2 licence. Also, complete the required S-Endorsement and MELT Program through a licensed Alberta driver training school. Take Test 3 now to ensure you're ready to hit the road legally and safely. And don't forget to submit your medical form before your road test.
Which statement is not a valid reason for assigning seats to passengers on a school bus?
What are safety zones in the context of passenger transportation on a school bus?
What is understood by the term 'country turnaround' in bus driving?
How can frequent encounters with passengers who exhibit behaviour problems affect you as a driver?
How is the operation of the alternately flashing amber lights on a bus cancelled?
What is one thing other drivers can't see when following a bus that's about to stop?
Which of these is not a type of bullying drivers are required to intervene with on a school bus?
Can school buses reverse while on school grounds?
In which parking scenario on a hill would you turn the wheels of the bus to the left?
What is a crucial tool for a driver practicing defensive driving?
What is the meaning of the acronym SAFE in the context of driving?
Which of the following is NOT communicated to us through our sense of hearing while driving?
When should you honk the horn while reversing a bus?
At a railway crossing, if conditions like bright sunlight or fog make it hard for you to see, what should you do?
Which aspect is NOT considered in a pre-trip mental inventory?
How far from an intersection should you signal for turns in rural areas?
What can happen when driving lulls us into a state of relaxed well-being?
How is peripheral vision affected by a change in speed?
If railway crossing signals are malfunctioning, what action should you take?
How often should you check mirrors while operating the bus?
What is NOT a part of the basic collision prevention formula?
Is it wise to continuously drive in another vehicle's blind spots?
As you're driving a school bus, when are you allowed to proceed through a railway crossing without stopping?
Roughly how many seconds does it take for the human eye to recover from headlight glare?
While you're driving, a hazard can emerge from any direction. What size should your zone of awareness be?
Which of our five senses is not directly utilized to become an alert driver?
If you're traveling at 80 km/h and a deer suddenly appears, about how far would it take to stop the bus on dry, clear road conditions?
Where should you direct your gaze when encountering bright or high-beam headlights from oncoming vehicles at night?
Why is it recommended to release the brake pedal slightly before coming to a complete stop and then pressing it again?
What defines the term 'reaction time' in driving terms?
As a professional bus driver, what should your objective be in terms of collision avoidance?
Where should you concentrate your vision as your driving speed rises?
What key attribute signifies a perfect trip in driving terms?
How is 'foresight' defined in the context of driving?
Which of the following does NOT influence the stopping distance of a bus?
When pulling up to a railway crossing, how far must you stop from the nearest rail?
What defines 'perception time' in the context of driving?
How is a 'mystery crash' defined?
Which of the following statements about commentary driving is incorrect?
When you approach an intersection, in which direction should your first look be?
What should you avoid doing when a vehicle is tailgating your bus?
Is it normal for ABS brakes to make noise or rattling sounds when they are in use?
What is the least amount of space you should maintain between the bus and parked vehicles?
Is overtaking a vehicle that has stopped for pedestrians to cross the road (at a marked or unmarked crosswalk) illegal?
Which of the following is not an accurate statement about dealing with parked vehicles?
Which of the following is not a scenario requiring adjustments due to maneuvering limitations of a bus?
If a vehicle cuts you off after passing you, what should you do?
What is the significant benefit of ABS (Antilock Braking System) brakes?
Which of the following is not a sight distance limitation while driving a bus?
According to experts, what’s the best way to deal with a skid?
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