Professional drivers in Manitoba, Canada are required to follow traffic rules strictly to ensure the safety of themselves, their passengers, and other road users.


MB Commercial Driver Licence - Quiz 1

How can you reduce glare from oncoming vehicles' headlights?

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Under ideal night driving conditions, how far ahead can drivers see with low beams?

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John was stopped for driving under the influence of alcohol. His blood alcohol level was 0.06. He has had one previous license suspensions in the past 10 years. What consequences does John face?

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When possible, how should you position your body with respect to the wind while fighting car fires?

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What is 'micro sleep' and how is it connected to driving safety?

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About what per cent of Canada's greenhouse gas emissions are produced with the road transportation sector?

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When should you use low beam headlights?

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When are you required to use DRL headlights?

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Which of the following describes the proper hand placement for the steering wheel?

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Which of the following should NOT be used to combat fuel, oil or grease fires?

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What is the minimum fine for the conviction of an impaired driving offence under the Criminal Code?

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Who must wear the complete seatbelt assembly while the motor vehicle is being operated?

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Which of the following is an example of a driver distraction that can increase the likelihood of collision?

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How long should you let your vehicle warm up when the temperature is below zero degrees Celsius?

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Which of the following is NOT an example of a Criminal Code driving offence?

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When should you use high beam headlights?

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What is the effect of an engine that turns over too slowly?

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What are the potential consequences for driving with a blood alcohol concentration over 0.08?

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Is using a hand-held cellular device while driving illegal?

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What actions should you take if a vehicle fire starts under the hood of a car?

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Which of the following statements about driving under the influence of prescription drugs is NOT true?

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About what per cent of all heavy truck fatalities involve driver fatigue or extreme tiredness?

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Which of the following is a way to minimize the hazards of night driving?

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Which of the following is NOT a smart driving practice?

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When does a vehicle crossing the border between Canada and the United States need to stop and report to a customs officer?

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Under ideal night driving conditions, how far ahead can drivers see with high beams?

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Which of the following is NOT a way to prevent vehicle fires?

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By choosing to drive on a flat, multi-lane highway compared to a suburban route, your fuel efficiency improves by:

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Which is NOT a potential consequence of driving a motor vehicle while suspended?

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Which is NOT an effect of alcohol impairment on driving?

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These drivers must have a valid Manitoba Professional Driver’s License, which they can obtain after passing a rigorous written and practical driving test. Failure to follow traffic rules can result in heavy fines, points deducted from their driver’s license, and even suspension of their license. Professional drivers must obey traffic signs and signals, use indicators, and maintain safe distances from other vehicles. They must also reduce their speed in hazardous weather conditions and avoid driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Additionally, Manitoba has stringent regulations surrounding the number of hours a professional driver may be on the road to prevent driver fatigue, which can increase the risk of accidents. Overall, professional drivers in Manitoba must adhere to a high standard of driving, with safety always remaining their top priority.

Before learning to drive a Class 1, 2, 3, or 4 vehicle, you must get authorized instruction in the class of vehicle you want to be licensed in. For a Class 1, 2, 3, or 4 licence and air brake and school bus knowledge tests, applicants must pass the knowledge test for the class of licence they are applying for.

To successfully prepare, consider utilizing these exams and the official Manitoba Professional Driver’s Manual to your advantage. The more knowledge you can attain, the better it will be for you once you return to the Manitoba Public Insurance office to take the professional driver’s licence written knowledge test.