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AB Class 2 (Bus) Commercial Licence Practice Test 5

  • Perfect for first-time and renewal commercial applicants, and those adding endorsements
  • Based on 2024 AB commercial driver's licence manual
  • Updated for June 2024
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AB commercial driver's licence
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About this test

Test 5 is all about the specifics. We've curated 50 questions that delve into the niche topics and special situations you might face while driving Class 2 vehicles. This will ensure you're prepared for any curveball the actual exam might throw at you.

List of questions (classic view)

  1. What is the purpose of restraint cutters?
  2. If a passenger with epilepsy starts having a seizure, you should avoid
  3. When should wheelchairs, crutches or other mobility aids be removed from passengers?
  4. When transporting special needs children, what is required more than when transporting adults?
  5. Passengers who struggle with balance are particularly susceptible to abrupt changes in direction or motion. What should be done to mitigate this during turns?
  6. When helping passengers with a vision impairment, which action should you avoid?
  7. Accommodating those with physical disabilities should NOT involve
  8. Should there be an evacuation plan in place for passengers with disabilities?
  9. What does the term "mobility aid" refer to?
  10. When communicating with a passenger who struggles with speech, what should NOT be done?
  11. What term is used to refer to passengers who may need to use a mobility assistive device like a cane, walker, or similar aid?
  12. If you didn't understand something said by a passenger with a disability, what should be avoided?
  13. Under what circumstances is it not advisable to lift a person?
  14. What is the first matter to consider when loading or unloading a bus with a specialized wheelchair lift?
  15. In what way can hazardous and irritating gases be kept out of the bus when using rear loaders?
  16. Should you acknowledge that passengers with disabilities must be managed differently from other passengers?
  17. Why is it crucial for bus drivers to face passengers with hearing difficulties while speaking to them?
  18. Under what conditions is it permissible for drivers to touch a certified guide or service dog accompanying a student?
  19. If a passenger with diabetes suffers from low blood sugar, what should you allow them to do?
  20. What is defined as Special Needs Busing?
  21. You should never assist a person using a wheelchair or mobility aid without first
  22. How should you assist a passenger suffering from Muscular Dystrophy?
  23. What term encompasses all types of auditory difficulties, from minor issues to complete deafness?
  24. If you're trying to load a passenger in a wheelchair, what should you do if you experience a power or equipment failure?
  25. Where should a passenger suffering from asthma be positioned on the bus?
  26. When is it necessary to alert school officials prior to conducting an evacuation drill?
  27. Regarding passenger limitations in an emergency, the bus operator must know
  28. What makes tipping a power chair or scooter to its balance point hazardous?
  29. If the power chair or scooter needs to be tipped more than a few inches, what should be done before this action?
  30. What is the safest way to transport a passenger using a scooter?
  31. Once a visually impaired passenger or a passenger needing support has grasped your arm above the elbow, what should your next step be?
  32. When the lift is moving, what should the you do about the mobility aid on it?
  33. Before ascending on the lift, the passenger must
  34. At what angle to the ground should tie-down belts be positioned?
  35. In the context of working with passengers, what does the acronym 'ASK' represent?
  36. What happens when someone attempts to drive a bus equipped with a kill switch after the key has been removed?
  37. Which is not widely used as a mobility aid by your passengers?
  38. What technique can facilitate maneuvering a manual wheelchair on challenging terrain, heavy snow, or where pushing might be difficult?
  39. How do you identify if a simple booster seat is used correctly?
  40. If a passenger needs to be accompanied by a service animal, where could they obtain the required permit?
  41. "Blanket drag" refers to what kind of procedure?
  42. Which of the following aims related to passenger improvement are you not required to achieve?
  43. What is a crucial factor in securely loading and unloading your passengers?
  44. When is it recommended to use a child safety booster seat?
  45. Under what conditions can oxygen containers be transported on a school bus?
  46. How can you verify that a child safety seat meets Canada's Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (CMVSS)?
  47. What is a viable solution for a passenger who becomes unusually agitated during the trip to or from school?
  48. If a passenger declines your offer of assistance, what should your response be?
  49. Who is typically knowledgeable about passengers' medical conditions?
  50. Which one does NOT form a category of child safety seats?