Professional drivers in Quebec, Canada are expected to abide by strict traffic rules while operating their vehicles.


SK Commercial Driver Licence - Quiz 1

An inspection certificate and decal for a truck are valid from the date of inspection for?

Question 1 of 30

The maximum height of a vehicle without a permit is?

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Traveling in a caravan is?

Question 3 of 30

A single vehicle must not exceed _______ meters in length?

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In Canada, a driver can drive a commercial vehicle under National Safety Code for how many hours a day?

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Tire diameters should be within how many millimeters of each other on each set of duals?

Question 6 of 30

Who can complete your Class 1-4 medical standards examination?

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Subsequent medical examinations will be required every _____ years for drivers 18-45 years of age?

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What vehicles require mirrors that extend beyond the extreme portion of the load?

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What tire should never be bled down?

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A class 1 license allows the license holder to operate?

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For dangerous downgrades gears should be?

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During night hours, what color light must be at the extreme rear of an overhang?

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Q-When another driver is passing you, you should?

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The driver of a truck equipped with a retarder system must be familiar with the _______ recommended use of the retarder?

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What is the mandatory color for clearance lamps on the front of a trailer?

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Before coupling a semi-trailer, you should?

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A freight transporter shall at the time of acceptance of each shipment issue a?

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What percentage do most manufactures recommend of governed engine speed for normal operation?

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The following items may be ignored when assessing your speed?

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In Canada, it is a ________ offense to drive while under the influence of alcohol and or drugs?

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The danger zone of any vehicle can be described as?

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A motorcycle's size makes it appear?

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Stopping on an icy road surface will require you to?

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How often must checks be completed on lashing ropes?

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If you drive a taxi, ambulance, police vehicle, or van, you should maintain a ____ second following distance?

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All commercial vehicle tires must be inspected every?

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Trailers weighing over ________ must be equipped with what brakes?

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How many feet is it preferable to park away from an intersection?

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What can result in whipping or jackknifes?

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To obtain a Class 1 driver’s license, drivers must demonstrate their driving skills and knowledge of traffic laws and regulations. Some rules that professional drivers must follow in Quebec include adhering to load capacity limits, maintaining safe driving speeds at all times, and adhering to posted speed limits. In addition, professional drivers must always stay alert and focused behind the wheel, avoid distracted driving, and observe proper lane changes and turns. Violations of these traffic rules can result in demerit points added to a driver’s license, fines, and even licence suspension. Professional drivers in Quebec must always prioritize safety and responsible driving practices to ensure that they do not cause harm to themselves, their passengers, or other road users.

To begin your career in professional driving, you must obtain your Saskatchewan Class 1, Class 2, Class 3, or Class 4 Professional Driver Licence.
These online practice tests were developed to help individuals study for their professional driver’s license. 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 the official Saskatchewan Professional Driver’s Handbook.

Potential drivers should be aware that specific circumstances, such as your driving record or a medical condition, may prevent you from securing employment in the transportation industry even if you meet all requirements.