MANITOBA PROFESSIONAL DRIVER’S LICENCE KNOWLEDGE TEST 04

As a professional driver with a Manitoba driver’s license, it is essential to be well-versed in traffic rules and regulations to ensure a safe and efficient driving experience.

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Manitoba Commercial Driver Test 04

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Which wheels does lack of traction typically affect first?

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Which of the following describes when overaccelerating most frequently occurs?

3 / 30

Which of the following describes the effects of overbraking?

4 / 30

How should a driver correct for skidding as a result of oversteering?

5 / 30

Which of the following describes the effects of overaccelerating?

6 / 30

Before going down a steep grade, at what point should the driver change gears?

7 / 30

Where should you position your seat if your vehicle is not equipped with airbags?

8 / 30

What precautions should a driver take when using a CO2 extinguisher?

9 / 30

When are engine brake retarders most effective?

10 / 30

Which of the following will NOT help to reduce hydroplaning?

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How should a driver correct for skidding as a result of overacceleration?

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Which of the following will NOT help to maintain control of your vehicle in strong winds?

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What is the minimum following distance the driver of a commercial vehicle must maintain while following another commercial vehicle outside of a restricted speed area?

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How should a driver correct for skidding as a result of overbraking?

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Which of the following describes the effects of oversteering?

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Which of the following is a measure you can take to avoid skids?

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After driving through water, drivers should test the vehicle's brakes for safe operation by:

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If the rear end of the vehicle skids to the left, which direction should you steer the vehicle?

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What is the best way to deal with a tailgater?

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If it is necessary to drive through water on the roadway, which of the following will help prevent wet brakes?

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What is a winter road system?

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If your vehicle is 15 metres long, what time interval count would you use under ideal road and traffic conditions?

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What safety equipment is required for public service vehicles carrying passengers?

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What is the effect of air turbulence on small vehicles?

25 / 30

Which of the following does NOT help when driving with reduced visibility?

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How does skidding occur?

27 / 30

Which of the following describes when oversteering most frequently occurs?

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What is a jackknife?

29 / 30

What is 'black ice'?

30 / 30

If a public service vehicle is disable, where should the driver place the reflectorized warning devices?

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The Manitoba Highway Traffic Act details specific rules, such as obeying speed limits, signaling when changing lanes, and adequately securing cargo. Professional drivers must also adhere to industry-specific regulations, such as following the Hours of Service regulations, which set limits on driving hours and mandatory rest periods. Commercial drivers carrying hazardous materials must also comply with specific safety protocols, including proper labeling and documentation. Violating these rules can result in fines, suspension, or even revocation of a professional driver’s license. It is crucial for professional drivers to stay knowledgeable about all traffic rules and regulations to maintain both their safety and the safety of others on the road.

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.