CDL Hazardous Materials Test 5 – Classic Mode

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1. Drivers who transport route controlled radioactive materials must carry a dated certificate of radioactive materials training. This training must have ocurred within the last:

A 4 years
B 3 years
C 2 years
D 1 years

2. Cylinders containing compressed gases may only be loaded onto a vehicle without a flat floor or platform if the cylinders are:

A In boxes that will keep them from turning over
B Loaded into racks attached to the vehicle
C Loaded in an upright or horizontal position
D All on the above

3. What type fire extinguisher is required in the power unit of a placarded vehicle?

A A u.l. rating of 15 abc
B A u.l. rating of 5 b/c or above
C A u.l. rating of 10 b/c or above
D Any of the above are acceptable

4. Who is responsible for packaging, labeling, and preparing the hazardous material shipping papers for a common carrier?

A Your spouse
B The shipper
C The carrier
D The driver

5. If hazardous material is spilling from your vehicle, do not move your vehicle:

A Any more than safety required
B In an upwind direction
C Any more that 450 feet
D Any more than 500 feet

6. Animals and human foodstuffs should not be loaded in the same vehicle with?

A Flammable liquids
B Explosives
C Flammable gases
D Poisons

7. The transport index of a radioactive material:

A Is another way of writing the weight of the package.
B Is something that only the shipper needs to worry about.
C Tells the degree of control needed during transportation.
D None of the above.

8. Class a explosives must not be transported in a combination vehicle if the vehicle includes:

A A placarded cargo tank.
B Two or more trailers.
C A 200 inch wheelbase trailer.
D None of the above.

9. Which of the following must drivers have in their possession while transporting class a or b explosives?

A The carrier's insurance policy
B The written route plan
C Both of the above
D None of the above

10. Which of the following is the proper definition of a cargo tank?

A A bulk container not permanently attached to a vehicle.
B A bulk container permanently attached to a vehicle.
C Both choices A & B
D None of the above

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