Welcome to the Class 3 Quiz 1. How can you keep your brakes working if you have to drive through water? Turn on the brake heaters Apply hard pressure on both the brake pedal and accelerator after coming out Place a slight drag on the brakes before entering the water Drive through quickly2. You are driving a heavy vehicle and are traveling slower than most of the other traffic. You should: Maintain your speed Stay to the right Turn on your flashers if it is legal to do so Direct other drivers to pass you3. In poor weather conditions, following distances should be: Shortened Lengthened None of the above Maintained4. In order to transport dangerous goods the driver must have a Dangerous Good Training Certificate: True False5. Minimum following distance under ideal conditions for a commercial vehicle is: 2 seconds 4 seconds 10 seconds 8 seconds6. The driver of a loaded vehicle going down a steep hill should keep the vehicle: In gear throughout the descent In gear most of the way down At the same speed as other traffic Out of gear to save fuel7. Before you change lanes, you should signal, the check your: Side and rear view mirrors Blind spot Side view mirrors Side, rear-view mirror and your blind spot8. Because of “off-track”, a curve to the left requires the driver to keep the front wheels close to the: Centre line Centre of the lane Right edge of the pavement Left edge of the lane9. If your brakes get wet from driving through deep water, you will get: Normal braking Rusty brakes Better braking Reduced braking10. How far should you stop from the nearest railroad track? 5 to 15 metres 5 to 10 metres 5 to 25 metres 5 to 20 metres11. Before lifting your dump box to unload on a gravel truck, you should: Check to ensure your lights are working Check for any overhead obstructions Ensure your differential lock is engaged Ensure there are no rocks between the duals12. When the driver of a truck transporting dangerous goods is not in the vehicle the shipping documents must be: On the passenger’s seat On the driver’s seat Stuck in the sun visor In the glove box13. Specialized, oversized or overweight permits may have conditions that state: Conditions needed to prevent road damage and ensure safety All the answers are correct The days and hours of travel The route you may travel on14. Double-clutching is a good practice because: It is a minimum requirement for driving school training It matches the engine speed to the drive line speed Less experience driver require it to make a smooth shift The driver examine likes it done15. When you enter a street from a road, alley, driveway or parking lot, you must: Sound your horn to warn other road users Slow down and proceed with caution Not do any of the above Stop before entering16. Certain vehicles must stop at railway crossing even when NOT signaled to do so. These include: All private automobiles Farm vehicles All commercial vehicles All school buses when carrying children17. One of the factors that effects the amount of “off-track” is the: Vehicle’s wheelbase Driver’s ability Width of the vehicle Vehicle’s speed18. You must report as directed to weigh scales if your registered GVW exceeds: 5,000 kg 6,000 kg 5,500 kg 4,500 kg19. You should enter a curve at a speed that will permit: Coasting through the curve Braking in the curve No reduction in speed Applying slight power in the curve20. It is the law to do a pre-trip inspection on your vehicle every: 200 km 24 hours 160 km Week Your Name Time is Up!