PEI COMMERCIAL DRIVER LICENCE PRACTICE TEST 02

As commercial drivers in Prince Edward Island (PEI), Canada, it is important to be aware of the traffic rules and regulations specific to the province.

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PEI Commercial Driver Test 02

1 / 30

When coupling the truck and trailer for a Class III vehicle, the wheel chocks must be removed after the trailer has been successfully hitched to the truck. Which of the following must be checked before the rig can leave after they have been removed?

2 / 30

For a goose neck hitch, what needs to be in place for the coupling to be secure?

3 / 30

Before a licence can be upgraded, what must be completed before the road test can be conducted?

4 / 30

What part of a Class II vehicle must be check for free play during the in cab pre-operating inspection?

5 / 30

Which of the following is NOT part of the In Cab inspection of a Class II vehicle?

6 / 30

Tires should always be checked for which of the following before operating the vehicle?

7 / 30

Which of the following vehicles require a medical certificate or examination as a requirement for driving?

8 / 30

Which of the following is NOT required for the Class I Tractor Trailer driver's licence?

9 / 30

Which of the following is NOT part of the Outside Light and General Check of a Class II vehicle?

10 / 30

Which of the following vehicles cite a valid PEI driver's licence as a requirement for driving?

11 / 30

How many passengers are Class IV permitted to transport at one time?

12 / 30

Once the air lines and light cords are disconnected in logical order, where should they be secured afterwards?

13 / 30

How many full turns should the handle of the trailer landing gear make after cranking up the trailer landing gear of a Class I vehicle?

14 / 30

When attaching the trailer to the tractor, this process is called what?

15 / 30

When removing the trailer from the tractor, this process is called what?

16 / 30

After applying the tractor parking brake during the uncoupling of a Class tractor trailer, it's necessary to pause to ensure which of the following?

17 / 30

Often the tractor and trailer are connected by 5th wheel jaws and a kingpin, but there are other types of hitches used as well. What is another type of hitch used?

18 / 30

In a Class I vehicle, from what position should the operator check to see if the jaws are open and the pin is lined up with the 5th wheel?

19 / 30

Which of the following vehicles might be equipped with safety chains for use during the coupling and uncoupling procedure?

20 / 30

While inspecting a vehicle prior to use, what should an operator do when they come across lights on the truck and trailer that are dirty or grimy?

21 / 30

Which of the following should be engaged when safely checking the cab of a Class I tractor trailer vehicle?

22 / 30

Once the landing gear on a Class III vehicle has been raised, the handle must be reversed and then secured in which of the following ways?

23 / 30

Which gear should the handle of the trailer landing gear be in during the uncoupling of a Class I vehicle?

24 / 30

Which is the last step an operator must preform during an uncoupling procedure of a Class I vehicle?

25 / 30

The windshield of the Class I tractor trailer vehicle should be checked for which of the following before operating?

26 / 30

When coupling a trailer with a ball hitch, where must the ball be in relation to the hitch for it to be secured properly?

27 / 30

Before operating the truck and trailer of a Class I vehicle, what must the exhaust be checked for?

28 / 30

The coupling of the 5th wheel jaws and kingpin should be checked and double checked for which of the following?

29 / 30

When placing chock blocks during the uncoupling procedure, where do they go in relation to the trailer?

30 / 30

Which seatbelts must be in good working order for Class I, Class II, Class III, and Class IV vehicles?

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Some rules include a maximum speed limit of 80 km/h on all highways, unless otherwise posted, and a blood alcohol limit of 0.04% for commercial drivers, which is half of the legal limit for non-commercial drivers. It is also required by law to carry a valid commercial Driver’s license when operating a commercial vehicle, and failure to do so can result in fines and penalties. In addition, commercial drivers in PEI should be aware of weight restrictions on certain roads and bridges and comply with hours of service regulations. These regulations aim to ensure the safety of all drivers on the road and maintain the integrity of the transportation industry. Commercial drivers must be well-versed in these rules and regulations to avoid fines or violations and ensure safe and responsible driving.

Before learning to drive a Class 1, Class 2, Class 3 or Class 4 vehicle, you must get authorized instruction in the class of vehicle you want to be licensed in. All applicants holding or receiving a Class 1, 2, 3, or 4 driver’s license must provide a satisfactory medical report upon initial application and on a regular cycle. You must take a written commercial and sign test and a vision test. You will also require an air brake endorsement for those vehicles equipped with air brakes.

To successfully prepare, consider utilizing these exams and the official PEI Driver’s Manual to your advantage. The more knowledge you can attain, the better it will be for you once you decide to return to the SNB office to take the air brake licence written knowledge test.