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    FREE British Columbia Class 4 Licence Test 2023 | BC

    If you're planning to drive a small bus/school bus (up to 24 passengers), a taxi, or an ambulance in British Columbia, you'll need a Class 4 commercial driver's licence. The transportation industry in BC is booming, so now is a great time: Class 4 drivers are in high demand. But in order to drive one or more of those vehicles, you must first learn to drive carefully and safely. So before you can get your Class 4 licence, you must pass both a written and a practical test. The written test (also known as the British Columbia Class 4 knowledge exam) has several multiple-choice questions. This 34-question Class 4 practice test is a great way to prepare: all of our questions are based on the official 2023 BC commercial driver's manual. Good luck and drive safely!

    Perfect for:

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

    BC Commercial Driving Handbook

    View the most recent (2023) official BC Commercial Driving Handbook.

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    List of questions (classic view)

    1. Under British Columbia law, what is the definition of "public transportation"?
    2. Under British Columbia law, what is the definition of a "bus"?
    3. Under British Columbia law, a special activity bus
    4. Under British Columbia law, what is the definition of a "special vehicle"?
    5. Under British Columbia law, what is the definition of a "taxi"?
    6. A Class 4 driver's licence allows you to drive
    7. A controlled railway crossing may have
    8. An engine governor is
    9. Which of the following are true about a humpback railway crossing?
    10. Where are a large vehicle's blind spots?
    11. Different-sized tires can
    12. A Class 1 driver's licence allows you to drive which of the following?
    13. A Slow-Moving Vehicle sign should be placed on any vehicle that travels no faster than
    14. Under hours of service regulations, which of the following are NOT considered a sleeper berth?
    15. A vehicle that is twice the weight of a car and is travelling at twice the speed of that car requires how much braking power to stop in the same distance?
    16. Why should you adjust your head restraint so its top is at least level with the top of your head?
    17. After working 120 hours in a 14-day cycle, drivers must take ____ consecutive hours of off-duty time before taking 70 hours of on-duty time.
    18. Airbags are
    19. When can flashing amber lights be mounted on a vehicle?
    20. Before you enter a curve, what gear should you select?
    21. What is the purpose of an antilock braking system (ABS)?
    22. Under British Columbia law, what are ambulances legitimately used for?
    23. If you find a defect or deficiency in your passenger vehicle, what should you do?
    24. The Motor Vehicle Act gives public transit buses the right-of-way. What does this mean?
    25. Drivers on Cycle 1 must not drive after completing ____ hours of on-duty time in seven consecutive days.
    26. Drivers on Cycle 2 must not drive after completing ____ hours of on-duty time in 14 consecutive days.
    27. Which of the following drivers are exempt from wearing seatbelts?
    28. During a pre-hill inspection of a vehicle equipped with hydraulic brakes, you should do which of the following?
    29. Every motor vehicle must be equipped with at least ______ separate braking systems.
    30. How are flares, fusees, and reflectors used?
    31. According to the British Columbia Driving Commercial Vehicles Manual, what is horsepower?
    32. How can you downgrade from a commercial licence to a non-commercial licence?
    33. Idling for longer than five minutes can
    34. If you are convicted of causing a crash while you were driving impaired by alcohol or drugs, you may face which of the following consequences?