In Quebec, Canada, commercial drivers are subject to specific traffic rules and regulations. For instance, they must adhere to the hours of service regulations, which limit the amount of time they can drive consecutively and mandate rest periods in between.


Quebec Commercial Driver Test 04

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How many passengers would be allowed on an intercity bus containing a total of 60 seats and 15 rows?

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What is the main objective for the driver when the vehicle begins to skid?

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In what instance should you check your brakes before going downhill?

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When driving a vehicle that is transporting dangerous goods, the shipping document should be stored where when the driver is aboard?

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What possibility do the special securement standards for transporting crushed or flattened vehicles as cargo account for?

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Which of the following statements about stopping distance is true, assuming the same pressure on the brakes?

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If you are carrying potentially explosive goods and are involved in an accident, what is your first priority?

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If you approach a bridge with a restricted weight sign and another sign below it that reads 'Un Véhicule À La Fois,' what does the second sign mean?

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If a heavy vehicle driver is driving at a safe speed of 90 km/h, but sees a level crossing ahead, he or she should slow down and cross the tracks at what speed?

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If you need to slow down or stop quickly, it is a good idea to:

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In which of the following situations would it be essential that you re-inspect the cargo to ensure it is secure?

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A blowout in which tire might cause the driver to lose control of the vehicle and for it to veer to the left?

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You are loading cargo onto your semitrailer in the morning and notice that the load overhangs by 1.5 m over the back. What do you need to do?

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When operating a vehicle with an automatic transmission, it is recommended to choose a low gear to go down a hill. In doing so, you need to make sure that:

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Runaway lanes are:

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If the rear end of your semitrailer begins skidding to the left, what should you do first?

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After dropping off passengers at a bus stop, a city bus driver returns to the lane he or she was using prior to stopping. Which of the following statements is true?

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How should your brakes and gear shifting be used as you go down a steep hill?

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When backing up a heavy vehicle with the help of a guide, you should:

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When backing up a tractor-semitrailer to the right, what steps should you follow?

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What is the maximum authorized length for a truck and trailer combination? (excluding when special permits are issued)

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If you are loading two articles of cargo that each measure 5 metres long into your truck, and they are neither blocked by a front-end structure nor by each other, how many tie-downs in total are required?

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If you are loading a large amount of cargo inside the trailer of a closed vehicle, what should you ensure?

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What is the maximum load authorized for an axle class?

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Which of the following is true about the main cause of skidding when going up or down a hill?

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In what kind of road conditions should you reduce your speed the most in order to stay safe?

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Other than when picking up and dropping off schoolchildren, when else should a bus driver use the flashing lights and stop sign?

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When going up a steep hill, you should:

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When stopping a heavy vehicle during an emergency, what is the main reason why you need to be careful about braking too forcefully?

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To safely make a right turn in a large vehicle, it is recommended that you:

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Commercial drivers are not allowed to use handheld electronic devices while driving. All vehicles must carry reflective warning triangles and be within reach of the driver’s seat in an emergency. Moreover, commercial drivers must maintain their vehicle’s mechanical and safety features and always be in good working condition. They must also always follow the speed limits and traffic signs, signals, and road markings. Failing to comply with these rules and regulations can result in severe penalties, suspension of their commercial driver’s license, or disqualification. Therefore, Quebec commercial drivers must understand and abide by these laws as they are put in place, to ensure their safety and the safety of those on the road.

To begin your career in commercial driving, you must obtain your Quebec Class 1, Class 2, Class 3, or Class 4 Heavy Vehicle Driver Licence.
These online practice tests were developed to help individuals study for their Heavy Vehicle driver’s licence. Our practice testing area is designed to help you learn the information on your actual written knowledge test and familiarize you with the testing format. All testing material is covered in official Quebec’s ‘Driving a Heavy Vehicle‘ manual.