QUEBEC HEAVY VEHICLE KNOWLEDGE TEST 05

Commercial drivers in Quebec, Canada are required to follow a set of traffic rules that are designed to ensure the safety of everyone on the road. One of the most important rules that commercial drivers need to follow is the maximum driving time.

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Quebec Commercial Driver Test 05

1 / 30

If a driver is following cycle 2 and has been on-duty for a total of 113 hours in the preceding 13 days, what is the maximum amount of driving he or she can do on the 14th day?

2 / 30

Under which of the following circumstances would a LCV not be authorized to operate?

3 / 30

When making a left-hand turn in a double road train, you might need to do what to complete the turn safely?

4 / 30

Which of the following is not a class of dangerous goods?

5 / 30

A driver begins his shift at 08:00, but does not begin driving until 10:00. He or she takes a one two hour break from 17:00-1900, but is otherwise driving. At what point is the driver no longer legally permitted to drive? (excluding a deferral situation)

6 / 30

What are 'defensive driving techniques'?

7 / 30

The time that a driver spends checking the load of the vehicle is considered:

8 / 30

For all types of LCVs, the second semitrailer must be equipped with what type of axle?

9 / 30

What is the minimum horsepower for an LCV to be authorized to operate on the road?

10 / 30

Under which of the following circumstances would a driver not be permitted to drive under the Regulation respecting the hours of driving and rest of heavy vehicle drivers?

11 / 30

What is the correct definition of off-duty time?

12 / 30

You must register with the U.S. Department of Transport if you are travelling with any quantity of what class of dangerous substance into the U.S.? ?

13 / 30

If you are hitching a C train, what kind of equipment will you be using?

14 / 30

How many hazard classes of dangerous substances are there?

15 / 30

Which of the following statements about LCVs is incorrect?

16 / 30

Which of the following sequences lists steps for hitching a semitrailer to a tractor in the correct order?

17 / 30

When could the heavy vehicle you are driving be subject to a roadside emissions test by a Carrier Enforcement Officer?

18 / 30

Which of the following cargo loads would you be prohibited from driving with through one of the special tunnels listed in the Transportation of Dangerous Substances Regulation?

19 / 30

What is the correct order for unhitching an A train?

20 / 30

When unhitching a semitrailer with air suspension, when should you lower the landing gear?

21 / 30

If a driver wishes to change the time that a 'day' begins on his or her cycle, what must he or she do?

22 / 30

If you have to brake suddenly when driving a double road train and the front wheels lock, what is the biggest safety risk?

23 / 30

Which of the following is not exempt from the regulatory requirements governing on-duty and off-duty time?

24 / 30

When does the holder of a special LCV operating permit need to provide the data stored by the driver monitoring system to a carrier enforcement officer?

25 / 30

Which is the most common cause of double train rollovers?

26 / 30

Driving defensively means:

27 / 30

What is purpose of the Regulation respecting environmental standards for heavy vehicles?

28 / 30

If you are driving a 24 m double road train vehicle, what is the minimum safe following distance you should maintain between your vehicle and the one in front of you?

29 / 30

Which of the following statements about driving a double road train is false?

30 / 30

Where must the reflective strips be located on a heavy vehicle trailer measuring at least 2.05 m in width and with a GVWR of 4,500 kg or more?

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According to Quebec law, commercial drivers can only drive for 13 hours in a day, with a mandatory break of at least 30 minutes for every 5 hours of driving. This ensures that drivers are alert and focused while driving, which reduces the risk of accidents. Additionally, commercial drivers must maintain a safe distance from other vehicles, obey speed limits, and use their signals when changing lanes or turning. Failure to follow these and different rules can result in penalties such as fines or suspension of their commercial driver’s license. It is also crucial for commercial drivers to regularly inspect their vehicles and ensure that they are in good working condition to minimize the risk of accidents. Therefore, compliance with traffic rules is an essential responsibility of commercial drivers in Quebec.

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.