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BC Class 2 (Bus) Commercial Licence Practice Test 6 2024

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Based on 2024 BC commercial driver's license manual Instant feedback
A Class 2 driver’s licence permits you to operate a bus, a school bus, a special activity bus or a special vehicle, any combination of vehicles where the towed vehicles exceed 4600 kgs, provided the vehicles do not have air brakes, any motor vehicle or combination of vehicles for which a Class 4 licence is required, and all vehicles in class 4 and 5. The minimum age is 19. Take this practice test - it contains the same type of questions you'll see on the official knowledge exam. Each question comes with a hint and an explanation of the correct answer. Good luck, and see you on the road soon!
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Perfect for:

  • First-time BC commercial license applicants
  • Existing commercial license holders adding endorsements
  • BC commercial license renewal applicants

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List of questions (classic view)

  1. When passing parked cars in a bus, what should you do?
  2. When pulling away from the curb in a bus, you should
  3. When pulling out from an alley, you must
  4. When refuelling a school bus, you must
  5. When refuelling your vehicle, you should
  6. With progressive shifting, you should do which of the following?
  7. When should you check the tire pressures?
  8. To stop quickly in an emergency, what should you do if your vehicle has antilock brakes (ABS)?
  9. When transporting persons with disabilities, you should do all of the following EXCEPT
  10. To travel down a steep hill, what should you do?
  11. To turn right safely, what should you do?
  12. When turning a corner in a forward-control bus, at what point should you start to turn the steering wheel?
  13. To turn right in a vehicle with a lot of off-tracking, you may have to
  14. When you see a potential hazard in your danger zone, you should
  15. Where would an air dryer be installed in an air brake system?
  16. According to the British Columbia Driving Commercial Vehicles Manual, which dashboard gauge can help you decide when to upshift?
  17. Which REAL forces act on your vehicle as you drive around a curve?
  18. Which method should you use to upshift?
  19. Which of the following types of commercial vehicles are required to carry fire extinguishers?
  20. Which vehicles are required to carry warning devices for use should the vehicle become disabled?
  21. Which vehicles are required to stop at uncontrolled main railway crossings?
  22. While your bus is in motion, you should
  23. Who has the right-of-way on a steep hill on an industrial road?
  24. Who is responsible for making sure that a vehicle's emergency equipment is in working order?
  25. The floor of your school bus must be washed with a disinfectant solution at least
  26. For large commercial vehicles, which of the following are advantages of air brakes as compared with hydraulic brakes?
  27. Why are drivers required to complete a trip inspection report?
  28. Why are hours of service regulations in place?
  29. What is the purpose of checking your vehicle's slack adjusters?
  30. Compounding the air brakes can
  31. Every written trip inspection report must include which of the following?
  32. You are operating a vehicle whose peak engine torque is at 1,500 rpm and whose peak horsepower is at 2,000 rpm. When employing a standard rpm split to upshift, you should
  33. You can be charged under the Criminal Code of Canada or the British Columbia Motor Vehicle Act if
  34. When can you refuse to transport a passenger?
  35. After you __________, you must take at least eight consecutive hours of off-duty time.
  36. You must test the brakes on your school bus
  37. Why should you never run your vehicle's engine in a closed garage?
  38. When driving in British Columbia at night, you must use low-beam headlights whenever you are within ________ of an oncoming vehicle.
  39. Which of the following can increase the length of your danger zone (as defined in the British Columbia Driving Commercial Vehicles Manual)?
  40. According to the British Columbia Driving Commercial Vehicles Manual, what is a danger zone?
  41. At which of the following engine speeds should you drive your vehicle?
  42. You are emotionally drained from an argument you had at home. You should
  43. What does this road sign mean?
  44. What does this road sign mean?
  45. What does this road sign mean?
  46. What does this road sign mean?
  47. What does this road sign mean?
  48. When a passenger has a pet or service animal, you should
  49. What should you NOT do when assisting a person with a scooter?
  50. You can prevent passenger injuries by