Based on 2023 AB commercial driver's license manual Instant feedback
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What is an advantage of automatic slack adjusters?
What is the main purpose of maintaining the correct air pressure in the tires?
What is the most important concern for a bus driver?
What is the purpose of an antilock braking system (ABS)?
What is the purpose of checking your vehicle's slack adjusters?
What is the wheelbase of a vehicle?
What is your most important concern when operating a vehicle used for transporting passengers?
When a tire is underinflated,
What should you do to prevent a vehicle fire?
When adjusting a manual slack adjuster, how can you tell whether you are turning the adjusting bolt in the correct direction?
When approaching a narrow bridge from a curve, you should
When approaching an intersection at which you intend to turn, you should
When are water-cooled brakes used?
When backing up a large vehicle, you should
When can you refuse to transport a passenger?
When driving in fog, you should use
When driving in the United States, you may drive no more than ____ hours during your on-duty time.
When driving in the Yukon or Northwest Territories, you can be on duty for no more than ____ hours at a time.
When driving in the Yukon or Northwest Territories, you may drive no more than ____ hours during your on-duty time.
When passing parked cars in a bus, what should you do?
When driving at night, you should do which of the following?
When pulling away from the curb in a bus, you should
When pulling out from an alley, you must
When refuelling a school bus, you must
When refuelling your vehicle, you should
When should the bus driver perform a safety check of the bus?
When should you check the tire pressures?
When transporting persons with disabilities, you should do all of the following EXCEPT
When traveling down a steep hill, you should NOT
When travelling slower than the other traffic, you should
When using the applied stroke method to check pushrod stroke, how much pressure should you apply to the service brakes?
When you see a potential hazard in your danger zone, you should
Where are a large vehicle's blind spots?
Where would an air dryer be installed in an air brake system?
Which of the following are advantages of a dual air brake system?
Which of the following are true about a humpback railway crossing?
Which of the following are true about brake fade?
Which of the following can impair your driving?
Which of the following can increase the danger of crossing railway tracks?
Which of the following factors determine the sharpness of your large vehicle’s turn?
Which of the following may reduce the amount of steering control you have?
Which of the following should you check periodically during your trip?
Which of the following can increase your vehicle's stopping distance (i.e., the length of your danger zone)?
Which of the following statements about a vehicle's retarder is FALSE?
Which of the following statements about a vehicle's turning radius are true?
Which of the following statements about revolutions per minute (rpm) are true?
Which of the following statements best describes "proactive (defensive) driving?"
Which of the following types of commercial vehicles are required to carry fire extinguishers?
Which real forces act on your vehicle as you drive around a curve?
Who is ultimately responsible for the condition of the brakes on a vehicle?
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