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British Columbia Class 1 Licence Test 10

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

Driving through the rugged terrains of the Canadian Rockies or the coastal areas of British Columbia demands a Class 1 license. Test 10's 50 questions will help you familiarize yourself with the regulations and skills needed for safe commercial driving in BC.

List of questions (classic view)

  1. Is it permitted for passengers to remain standing on a school bus?
  2. What is the maximum allowable width for a vehicle without an oversize load permit?
  3. What is the outcome if a peace officer or mechanical inspector deems a school bus unfit for operation?
  4. In what scenario are overload permits typically issued?
  5. Where should placards indicating dangerous goods NOT be placed on transport trucks?
  6. How often must the floor of a school bus be washed with a disinfecting solution?
  7. In addition to standard outside rear-view mirrors, what kind of mirror must be installed on cab-over school buses or those with forward-control designs?
  8. What is the permitted height for a commercial vehicle without needing an oversize load permit?
  9. Is it permissible for a person to board or disembark a school bus on a side other than the right?
  10. When is it appropriate for a school bus driver to turn off flashing lights and retract the stop sign?
  11. Which of these actions is not required before opening school bus doors to let passengers on or off?
  12. What should be done for your passengers if a crash or breakdown makes continuing the journey impossible?
  13. What could occur when a bus moves away from the curb?
  14. Which of these is not a good practice when transporting people with disabilities?
  15. Who should you provide with a written notice if you come across a defect or deficiency that could affect your vehicle's safety?
  16. Is it permissible to refuel a school bus while its engine is running or when there are passengers inside?
  17. How frequently should a school bus's brakes be tested?
  18. Which of these components is not a requirement for every commercial passenger vehicle that accommodates more than 10 occupants, including the driver?
  19. What is the duration required to reset cycle 2 of driving by taking time off?
  20. Drivers working on cycle 1 must not drive after completing
  21. Why is it necessary to take the keys out of the ignition during a pre-trip inspection?
  22. To whom does the NCS apply?
  23. To pass inspection, wheel lugs must NOT be
  24. What does "on-duty time" refer to in driving terms?
  25. When multiple drivers are sharing a vehicle during a trip, who is required to sign the trip inspection report?
  26. When must you reinspect the cargo securement system in a commercial vehicle?
  27. What is the minimum duration that a driver should remain off-duty daily?
  28. Is a peace officer authorized to order you out of service if you operate beyond the maximum on-duty hours permitted for your operating cycle?
  29. You are exempt from keeping a logbook if all of the following are true EXCEPT
  30. Is it obligatory for all National Safety Code (NSC) regulated commercial vehicles to be inspected before daily use?
  31. Are post-trip inspections mandatory in addition to pre-trip inspections?
  32. What could potentially occur if you do not carry a trip inspection report?
  33. Under what condition related to drum brake linings can a peace officer declare your vehicle out of service?
  34. When working on cycle 2, a driver should not continue after how many on-duty hours?
  35. Who carries the responsibility for ensuring that drivers and vehicles comply with the standards of the NSC?
  36. Driving a commercial vehicle for personal use will be considered on-duty time if which of the following is true?
  37. If a peace officer orders you out of service, does this also apply to your vehicle?
  38. What happens if the drivers of a vehicle disagree about the defects to be stated in the report?
  39. When is it necessary to submit your logbook and all related documents to your carrier?
  40. Why should you form a habit of conducting pre-trip inspections in an identical sequence every time?
  41. At what point must every driver take at least 24 consecutive hours off from duty?
  42. What is the purpose of maintaining a logbook while driving?
  43. What does the National Safety Code (NCS) aim to achieve?
  44. Which statement is incorrect? During your pre-trip inspection of your vehicle, you must
  45. Who bears the responsibility for ensuring proper inspections are performed?
  46. What needs to happen if you are unable to properly inspect all components on vehicles with low ground clearance or air suspension?
  47. How much time is needed to reset cycle 1 by taking time off?
  48. Which of these statements is incorrect? Every written trip inspection report should not...
  49. When inspecting the fuel tank during a circle check, which of these do you NOT check?
  50. Which of the following is not necessary when inspecting the vehicle's battery?