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PE Class 2 (Bus) Commercial Licence Practice Test 2 2024

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Based on 2024 PE commercial driver's license manual Instant feedback
Ready to drive a bus in Prince Edward Island? This practice test for PEI Class 2 license is designed to help you ace your exam, whether you're driving a regular bus or a school bus. As of 2024, this practice test comes with 50 multiple-choice questions that closely resemble the actual exam. To drive a bus with more than 24 passengers in PEI, you must be at least 19 years old, have a valid driver’s license for two years, and meet medical standards. If you’re aiming to operate a school bus, remember that the age requirement is 21 years with a five-year driving history. Don’t overlook the driver's education—especially if you're not driving a school bus. Nail this practice test to ensure you’re ready for the real thing!
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  • First-time PE commercial license applicants
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  • PE commercial license renewal applicants

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List of questions (classic view)

  1. If you're trying to break up a fight, when are you allowed to remove a student from the bus?
  2. In the event of unexpected driver incapacitation during the route, what should students NOT do?
  3. After you've evacuated the students during an emergency, what do you do next?
  4. Is it beneficial to implement a seating arrangement on the bus?
  5. Is it necessary to train all passengers in emergency procedures?
  6. When there is a disciplinary issue, when should the report be made?
  7. What is the priority during an emergency situation?
  8. Should students be informed of the locations of emergency equipment on the bus?
  9. Which category of students may require more assistance from the driver in case of an emergency?
  10. Is it permissible for school bus drivers to tow another vehicle?
  11. If a fight breaks out between students, what should you do?
  12. Which following statement is not true?
  13. How many hours before operating a school bus should a driver abstain from consuming alcohol?
  14. What should students do after evacuating the bus in an emergency situation?
  15. Which statement is incorrect? If there's a serious disciplinary problem, you should...
  16. Should bus drivers be concerned about over-the-counter (OTC) medications?
  17. Which statement is incorrect? A school bus driver must...
  18. Under what circumstances should the driver allow students back onto the bus during an emergency situation?
  19. When is it necessary to conduct an evacuation through the rear of the bus?
  20. Which statement is not included in the student management responsibilities of a bus driver?
  21. Is there ever a need to evacuate students during an emergency situation?
  22. Do drivers need to be informed about any special medical conditions of students they are transporting?
  23. When should a driver refrain from consuming alcohol or any drug or medication that could impair their ability to drive?
  24. Which of the following is not part of effective student management?
  25. What major aspect influences the safety of passengers on the bus?
  26. Good student management in a school bus setting is primarily based on...
  27. If you must evacuate the bus, in which order should you evacuate the students?
  28. If you feel unable to do your job for any reason, what should you do?
  29. A controlled railway crossing may have
  30. A light-rail transit (LRT) train may take up to ________ to stop in an emergency.
  31. A Slow-Moving Vehicle sign should be placed on any vehicle that travels no faster than
  32. A tire that is overinflated or underinflated can
  33. A tractor-trailer travelling at high speeds creates air turbulence in which of the following areas?
  34. 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?
  35. A white diamond marking in your lane indicates that
  36. A white X pavement marking in your lane means that
  37. What is a danger zone?
  38. Which dashboard gauge can help you decide when to upshift?
  39. Airbags are
  40. An engine governor is
  41. An octagonal (eight-sided) red sign is
  42. An oncoming vehicle at night has not dimmed its high-beam headlights. What should you do?
  43. Any defect or deficiency that you find on your bus must be
  44. At a railroad crossing, flashing red lights and ringing bells mean that
  45. At a stop sign, you must
  46. At an intersection with no traffic lights or traffic signs, you should
  47. At an intersection, the traffic light is red, but a police officer motions you to go through. What should you do?
  48. At what speed should you back up your vehicle?
  49. At which of the following engine speeds should you drive your vehicle?
  50. Before you drive your vehicle, you should