ONTARIO TRUCK DRIVER LICENCE PRACTICE TEST 01

As a commercial driver in Ontario, there are important traffic rules and regulations that must be adhered to at all times. One of the most crucial traffic rules is to always obey speed limits and traffic signs, including those indicating stops, yields, and no parking zones.

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Ontario Truck Test 01

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At vehicle inspection stations, axles are inspected for?

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You should not operate a vehicle's differential lock when?

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A daily log must document how many previous days?

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Owners must have a licensed motor-vehicle inspector inspect each vehicle and trailer every?

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There are several classes of dangerous goods ranging from corrosives to hazardous materials. How many classes of dangerous goods are there?

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Drivers are expected to demonstrate?

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You approach a vehicle stopped at a crosswalk. You cannot see anyone in the crosswalk. You should?

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Which of the following are daily log requirements?

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What must be done to major defects before you operate a vehicle again?

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How many hours can a driver, drive in one day?

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If you fail or refuse to proceed to a weigh station, your license may be suspended for?

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Electronic reports and schedules are?

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A driver should be prepared to stop for a school bus at what time?

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How far back from a stationary school bus should drivers stop?

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If marked, a driver must stop at what before moving?

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A driver is required to inspect his or her vehicle every?

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What must a driver receive from their current employer regarding the transport of dangerous goods?

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If a truck inspection station is open, trucks must?

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The term gross weight is best defined as?

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What endorsement is required to operate any air brake equipped motor vehicle?

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How many km radius may a driver operate and be exempt from carrying a daily log?

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Driving a motor vehicle on a roadway is a?

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How many hours of off duty time must a driver have in one day?

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Once your vehicle is underway you should check your brakes within?

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When applying your brakes under normal conditions, how should you use the brake pedal?

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Inspections may be done on a highway at?

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Wheels and tires must be installed by a?

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Regardless of what direction you are approaching a school bus from, you must stop?

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Before descending a grade, a driver should?

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A person interested in a career driving commercial vehicles should?

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To begin your career in trucking you must obtain your Ontario Class A or Class D Truck Driver Licence. The appropriate CDL endorsements you will need are based on the type of trucking career you plan to pursue. To obtain these endorsements, you are required to successfully complete a written knowledge test. Making certain you are adequately prepared for your written knowledge test will prevent you from wasting time and money. Taking practice CDL tests is the best way to get prepared.