• 107-21 Jamaica Avenue, Richmond Hill, NY 11418
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CDL Quiz 10

1. Which of the following types of emergency equipment must you have on your bus?
Hydraulic jack, fire extinguisher, and signal flares
Reflectors, fire extinguisher, and accident reporting kit
Fire extinguisher, spare electric fuses, and reflectors
Spare electric fuses, fire extinguisher, and accident reporting kit

2. When inspecting your bus, you must make sure that
Every handhold and railing is secure.
Emergency exit handles are secure.
rider signalling devices are working.
All of the above have been checked.

3. A bus may carry baggage or freight in the passenger area only if it is secured and meets which of the following requirements?
Riders are protected from falling or shifting packages.
The driver can move freely and easily.
any rider can use all exits.
All of the above have been checked.

4. How many folding aisle seats are permitted in a bus that is not carrying farm workers?
4
0
8
6

5. If a rider wants to bring a car battery or a can of gasoline or kerosene aboard your bus, you should
Instruct the rider to sit next to an open window.
Have the rider pay a second fare.
not allow the rider to do it.
Tell the rider to go to the rear of the bus.

6. Buses may have recapped or regrooved tires
On any or all of the wheels.
Anywhere except the front wheels.
Only on the front wheels.
Only when the average speed will be less than 40 mph.

7. When is it best to wear your seat belt?
Only if required by company policy
Only if your bus holds more than 27 people
Only when you will be driving over 35 mph
Always

8. You must not allow riders to stand
Between the wheel wells.
Within two feet of any window.
Within two feet of an emergency exit.
In front of the standee line.

9. Which of the following types of cargo must never be carried on a bus with passengers?
Small arms ammunition (ORM-D)
Emergency drug shipments
Emergency hospital supplies
tear gas

10. If there is no traffic light or attendant, how far from the draw of a drawbridge must you stop?
30 feet
50 feet
100 feet
5 feet

11. If a rider wants to bring a car battery or a can of gasoline or kerosene aboard your bus, you should
tell the rider to go to the rear of the bus.
Instruct the rider to sit next to an open window.
Have the rider pay a second fare.
Not allow the rider to do it.

12. When should you check your mirrors for a lane change?
Right after starting the lane change
After completing the lane change
Before and after signalling the change
All of the above

13. On a bus, you may sometimes haul small-arms ammunition, emergency shipments of drugs, or hospital supplies. The total weight of all such hazardous materials must not be greater than
300 pounds.
100 pounds.
250 pounds.
500 pounds.

14. Never refuel your bus
Without a static chain.
with any of the windows open.
in a closed building with passengers on board.
With a higher grade of fuel.

15. Your bus is disabled. With riders aboard, the bus may be towed or pushed to a safe place only
If getting off the bus would be more risky for the riders.
If the distance is less than 500 yards.
By a 27,000 lbs. GVWR or larger tow truck.
By another bus with its four-way flashers on.

16. How would you check your truck’s slack adjusters?
Press the brake pedal while listening for any strange noises.
Accelerate, then brake hard.
use gloves and pull hard on each slack adjuster you can reach.
All of the above are correct.

17. At what measurement is the safety valve USUALLY set to open?
200 psi
100 psi
250 psi
150 psi

18. An anti-lock braking system (ABS)
Decreases your normal braking capability.
Shortens your stopping distance.
increases your normal braking capability.
Activates when the wheels are about to lock up.

19. When should you use the parking brake?
Every time you leave your vehicle, with a few exceptions
Only in urban areas, where there are many other vehicles
Only if you are away from your vehicle for an extended period of time
Every time you leave your vehicle for any length of time

20. Slack adjusters are
between the push rod and S-cam on drum brakes.
Between the power screw and push rod on disc brakes.
Part of your air brake system used to adjust the brakes.
All of the above.