MANITOBA PROFESSIONAL DRIVER’S LICENCE KNOWLEDGE TEST 03

Professional drivers in Manitoba, Canada, are required to follow stringent traffic rules and regulations to ensure the safety of all road users.

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Manitoba Commercial Driver Test 03

1 / 30

Which of the following is NOT something you should do to avoid intersection accidents?

2 / 30

Which of the following is NOT a way to reduce risk while backing up a large vehicle?

3 / 30

Which of the following is a potential consequence of over-inflated tires?

4 / 30

What is the effect of braking during a curve?

5 / 30

Which of the following is NOT something you should do to adjust to road conditions of ice, wet, sleet or snow?

6 / 30

Large vehicles have a louder exhaust resonance than passenger vehicles. What does this mean?

7 / 30

Large vehicles travelling at high speeds create carrying degrees of air turbulence that can be hazardous to smaller passenger vehicles. Where are the turbulent sections of large vehicles?

8 / 30

Which of the following is NOT a precaution that you should take to ensure the vehicle would say in position when parked?

9 / 30

When stopping at a railway crossing, what should the driver do?

10 / 30

What should you do to decrease risks when driving around a curve?

11 / 30

Drivers may cross a railway crossing when the warning lights are flashing if:

12 / 30

Which of the following is an indication of an over-inflated tire?

13 / 30

When should tire pressure be measured?

14 / 30

When parking a vehicle, how far must the vehicle be from the nearest rail of a railway crossing (unless otherwise posted)?

15 / 30

When backing up a large vehicle without a guide, the driver should do which of the following?

16 / 30

Where do the most traffic accidents occur?

17 / 30

What should you check when inspecting a vehicle's tires?

18 / 30

About what per cent of all night rail/highway crossing accidents involve vehicles hitting trains?

19 / 30

Which of the following is a potential consequence of under-inflated tires?

20 / 30

Which of the following is the appropriate procedure for changing lanes?

21 / 30

Which of the following is illegal?

22 / 30

Which of the following best describes proper protocol for being passed?

23 / 30

Which of the following is an indication of an under-inflated tire?

24 / 30

You are waiting at a railway crossing, and traffic is backed up so that you can't get across the tracks. What should you do?

25 / 30

Which of the following is an indication that a tire should be replaced due to normal wear?

26 / 30

Which of the following best describes centrifugal force and its effects on a vehicle traveling around a curve?

27 / 30

Which of the following describes a 'stale' green light?

28 / 30

When two vehicles approach an uncontrolled intersection, how should the vehicles react?

29 / 30

When backing up a large vehicle, you should use a guide whenever possible. Where should the guide stand?

30 / 30

What is an uncontrolled intersection?

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There are different driving rules for commercial vehicle drivers compared to regular drivers. A professional driver’s license is required for operating commercial vehicles, including buses, trucks, and taxis. They must comply with the hours of service regulations in Manitoba, limiting the number of hours they can drive a day and a week. In addition, professional drivers are required to carry a logbook to record their hours of service. They must also perform daily pre-trip inspections on their vehicles before starting their routes. Professional drivers must also comply with other regulations, such as restrictions on speeding, following distance, and distracted driving. Traffic violations, including speeding and reckless driving, can result in fines or suspension of the driver’s license. Overall, professional drivers in Manitoba must follow strict traffic rules to ensure the safe operation of commercial vehicles on the province’s roads.

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.