CDL Tank Vehicles Test 4 – Classic Mode

This is CDL Tank Vehicles Test 4 in our original Classic Mode. Simply click in your answer to each CDL practice test question. When you're finished, check your score and results. You can reset the test and retake it as needed.

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1. How would you expect a truck with a cargo tank that has baffles to handle on the road?

A There will be less front to back surge than there is in a tanker without baffles
B The truck will seem heavier than it really is
C The truck will handle the same as a tanker without baffles
D All of the above

2. Side to side surge can cause:

A Suspension system failure
B Over speeding
C Roll over
D None of the above

3. The amount of liquid to load into a tank depends on:

A The legal weight limits
B The amount the liquid will expand in transit
C Both of the above are true
D None of the above are true

4. You are driving on a clear night. You must dim your headlights from high to low. You should adjust your speed so you can stop within:

A The distance you can see ahead
B The distance you will travel in the next 15 seconds
C The length of a football field
D The length of your vehicle

5. When your cargo tank has baffles, what handling effect do you expect?

A There will be more slow surge than quick surge
B There will be less side to side surge than there is in tanks without baffles
C There will be less front to back surge than there is in tanks without baffles
D None of the above

6. Liquid tight separations between compartments inside tanks are called:

A Bulkheads
B Baffles
C Barriers
D None of the above

7. You are driving a tank truck and the front wheels begin to skid. Which of these is most likely to occur?

A Liquid surge will pull the tank from the truck
B The truck will roll over
C You will continue in a straight line and keep moving forward no matter how much you steer
D All of the above

8. Empty trucks:

A May require longer stopping distances than full ones
B Stop quicker when you use only the emergency or parking brake
C Have better traction when stopping than full ones
D All of the above

9. When you load the small tanks of a cargo tank equipped with bulkheads, you should check your:

A Water content
B Weight distribution
C Air to fuel ratio
D None of the above

10. Which of these statements about emergency steering and tankers is true?

A A tanker is easier to counter steer than most vehicles
B When making a quick steering movement, do not apply the brakes
C You should wrap your thumbs around the steering wheel before starting a quick steering movement
D None of the above

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