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As you round out your preparation for the CVOR exam, this fifth practice test stands as a culmination of all you've learned. Serving both urban centers like Ottawa and rural areas in Ontario, businesses need a profound understanding of the CVOR system. With 50 questions derived directly from Ontario's official manual, coupled with the assistance of hints and our Driving Genie AI, Test 5 is your final leap towards CVOR mastery.
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One copy of the Annual Inspection Report or Semi-Annual Inspection Report is kept by the operator. A second copy is kept in the vehicle. Who keeps the third one?
How can vehicles plated in a province or territory other than Ontario operate in Ontario?
Which vehicle type is not subject to semi-annual periodic mandatory inspections?
Which type of vehicle does not need to undergo annual periodic mandatory inspections?
How many levels of CVSA inspection exist in Ontario?
Are Ontario daily inspections and daily inspections reports recognized in the United States?
Until when must invoices and receipts for the purchase of bulk parts be retained?
In the US, drivers aren't required to have a trip inspection report if no defects are found during an inspection. Are they allowed into Ontario without a trip inspection report?
How long is a CVSA decal valid when a vehicle receives a 'pass' in a Level 1 or Level 5 inspection?
What happens when serious defects are identified in a vehicle during a CVSA inspection?
Where is a CVSA Level 5 vehicle inspection typically performed?
What is the colour of the inspection sticker for trucks, mobile equipment, trailers, and converter dollies?
If a driver operates with a minor defect listed on a schedule, and a CVSA inspection finds the defect, who can be charged?
How long is the inspection sticker valid for buses, accessible vehicles, and school purposes vehicles?
Is an officer allowed to enter a vehicle to read the screen of an in-cab, permanently attached device?
Where is the inspection sticker placed for buses, accessible vehicles, and school purposes vehicles?
Which of these formats of reports or schedules is acceptable to provide to an officer?
Who must complete annual, semi-annual, and safety-standards certificate inspections in Ontario?
Which of these may be kept in electronic format?
A personal-use pickup truck (possibly with a trailer) does not require annual or semi-annual inspections if its GVWR is ________, and it meets some other requirements.
Is a driver excused from observing all other hours of service regulations if an exemption from maintaining a logbook is granted?
Under Ontario regulations, when is a driver not obligated to maintain a daily log?
Under what circumstances are drivers allowed to change their cycle or the start time of their day?
How long is the operator required to retain driver logbooks and supporting documents?
In a 24-hour 'day,' a driver is not allowed to operate more than a certain number of hours. What is this maximum limit?
Within how many days of completion should the driver submit his/her original log to the operator?
For what kind of vehicle modifications must a record be kept?
A driver may NOT be placed out of service for 72 consecutive hours for which of these violations?
What is the maximum number of on-duty hours a driver can have in a 24-hour 'day' before they cannot drive?
Which of these is not part of the Hours of Service regulations in Ontario?
What is another term for mandatory off-duty time?
If a driver cannot take all 10 hours of off-duty time in a day,
When does a new cycle start for a driver on a 14-day cycle?
Out of 24 hours, for how many hours is a driver required to be off duty?
What happens once 16 hours (all time) have passed from the end of a driver's most recent eight-hour period of off-duty time?
How much off-duty time should a driver on a 14-day cycle have taken before they can drive again after having accrued 70 hours of on-duty time?
Who gives drivers the directive to follow either a 7-day or a 14-day cycle?
For a vehicle with a sleeper berth, team drivers can divide their eight hours of mandatory off-duty time into two sleeper-berth periods. However, which of the following statements is FALSE?
On a 14-day cycle, how many on-duty hours can a driver have before they are not allowed to drive a commercial motor vehicle?
From where can you obtain the CVOR Level II Carrier Abstract, which lists all violations, convictions, CVSA inspections, and accidents?
For a vehicle equipped with a sleeper berth fitting the regulation's definition, the driver can split their required off-duty time into two sleeper-berth periods. However, one of these statements about this scenario is false. Which one?
Can a driver use a sleeper berth to divide the consecutive off-duty hours into two periods while still complying with the daily off-duty requirements?
How many on-duty hours can a driver on a seven-day cycle have within that cycle before they are not permitted to drive a commercial motor vehicle?
When does a cycle end and a new one start for a driver on a seven-day cycle?
Which statement about the Hours of Service requirements is false?
At the end of each day, a driver is NOT required to enter which of these in the daily log?
To defer daily off-duty time, a driver is NOT required to meet which of these requirements?
Why is it advisable that the operator periodically evaluate the preventive maintenance program?
How often can the deferral option be used according to the Hours of Service regulations in Ontario?
Which statement about the applicability of the Ontario's Hours of Service is false?
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