CDL Passenger Vehicles Test 3 – Classic Mode

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1. Do not tow or push a disabled bus with riders aboard the vehicle, unless:

A Getting off the bus would be unsafe
B You are also a Class A tow truck driver
C Bus is on a drawbridge
D Your employer tells you to

2. Buses may carry small-arms ammunition labeled ORM-D, emergency hospital supplies, and drugs. However, buses must never carry:

A More than 1000 pounds total of allowed hazardous materials, and no more than 200 pounds of any one class
B More than 750 pounds total of allowed hazardous materials, and no more than 100 pounds of any one class
C More than 500 pounds total of allowed hazardous materials, and no more than 100 pounds of any one class
D More than 250 pounds total of all allowed hazardous materials

3. Which seats not securely fastened to the bus are usually allowed?

A Window Seats
B The driver's seat only
C Any of the last row seats
D None

4. Which seats must have a seat belt:

A Senior citizen seats
B Women and children seats
C The driver's seat
D All of the above

5. Which of the following types of cargo can never be carried on a bus with riders?

A Emergency tear gas
B Emergency hospital supplies
C Emergency drug shipments
D Small arms ammunition (ORM-D)

6. If you have to swerve to avoid a hazard, it's important to:

A Make sure your passengers are wearing seat belts
B Know where other vehicles are around your bus by checking your mirrors
C Warn passengers with a loud and clear voice
D None of the above

7. Some city transit buses may have a brake-door interlock system, this system:

A Should be used in place of the parking brake
B Releases the brakes
C Should be used in emergencies
D Works when the rear door is open

8. Hazardous materials (that are not forbidden) carried on a bus must be:

A Labeled
B Stored in the passenger compartment
C Carried in a metal box
D All of the above

9. When approaching RR tracks, stop your bus:

A 5-10 feet before railroad tracks
B On the tracks so you can see if the train is coming
C 15 and 50 feet before railroad crossings
D Only if you have manual transmission, then proceed with flashers on

10. Which of these is a good rule for backing a straight bus?

A Back toward the side opposite the driver
B Back and turn toward the driver's side
C Use your head as the mirrors are unreliable
D Back quickly while no one is coming

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