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AB General Knowledge Test 4 2024

Do you want to drive a truck in Alberta? To be a commercial driver in this province, you need a licence that is specific to the type of truck you want to drive. As a truck driver, you are a critical part of the transportation industry. The power and size of large trucks are awe-inspiring. Even while you’re driving safely, the smallest mistake can cause serious damage. Before you can get your commercial driver’s licence, you must pass both a written and practical test. The written test (also known as the Alberta commercial driver’s licence knowledge exam) has several multiple-choice questions. You must get at least an 80% to pass the knowledge examination. This 25-question practice test will help you to prepare for the Alberta (AB) General Knowledge written test required to get your commercial driver’s licence. As you answer the questions on this test, we recommend checking each question’s explanation to gain further insight into the rule behind it. All questions on this test are based on the 2024 AB commercial driver’s guide. 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

AB Commercial Driving Handbook

View the most recent (2024) official AB Commercial Driving Handbook.

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List of questions (classic view)

  1. If you are caught in whiteout conditions and visibility is reduced to near zero, what should you do?
  2. What is the colour of the school bus arm signal?
  3. When you approach a flashing red light at an intersection, you should
  4. You are behind a vehicle that is stopped at a crosswalk. What should you do?
  5. You can avoid getting into a road-rage situation by driving in
  6. A driver attempts to foresee potential collisions and is prepared to avoid them. This driving practice is known as
  7. In the wintertime, asphalt tends to look
  8. On a slippery road, your tires
  9. When driving in Ontario at night, you must use low-beam headlights whenever you are within ________ of an oncoming vehicle.
  10. As you approach an intersection, you notice a pedestrian with a white cane. What should you do?
  11. Every commercial vehicle on the road after dark must have
  12. In Ontario, which driver's licence must you obtain to drive a full-size tractor-trailer?
  13. If you are convicted of ________, four demerit points will be added to your driver's record.
  14. Using a backup alarm device while you're backing up
  15. If a bus driver is convicted of ________, five demerit points will be added to his or her driver's record.
  16. If you are convicted of ________, six demerit points will be added to your driver's record.
  17. If you have accumulated ____ demerit points, the Ministry of Transportation will send you a warning letter.
  18. If you change your name or address, you must notify the Ministry of Transportation within
  19. If you hold a commercial driver's licence, you must submit an annual medical report if you are at least
  20. For commercial drivers, the legal limit of blood alcohol concentration while they drive is
  21. Which of the following actions are illegal?
  22. When can you drive with a suspended licence?
  23. If yours is the first vehicle approaching an intersection with a red light or stop sign, where must you stop?
  24. A Criminal Code driving offence will stay on your driver's record for at least ____ years.
  25. Which of the following are criminal offences under the Criminal Code of Canada?
  26. In Ontario, applicants for a Class _______ licence must complete a Ministry-approved training course.
  27. A commercial driver who is going to transport dangerous goods must receive _________ from his or her current employer.
  28. If you refuse to provide a breath, blood, or urine sample when asked to do so by the police, your licence will be immediately suspended for
  29. A special type of crosswalk is called
  30. If you hold a full Class1 driver's licence, you can tow trailers whose total gross weight is
  31. In Canada, there are ____ recognized classes of dangerous goods.
  32. In Canada, driving a motor vehicle on public roads is
  33. What is the colour of the school bus arm signal?
  34. If you're required to use an ignition interlock device but you're found to be driving without one, your vehicle will be impounded for at least
  35. If you are convicted of refusing to proceed to an inspection station when asked to do so by a police officer or appointed Ministry of Transportation officer, your licence will be suspended for up to