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  • 1.Your mirrors and windshields should be devoid of _____.
    • All of the listed answers. - You Answered Correct
  • 2.The minimum tread depth for steering axle tires should be _____.
    • 4/32. - You Answered Correct
  • 3.You need to check ____ belt for snugness.
    • All of the listed answers. - You Answered Correct
  • 4.When checking your hydraulic brakes, pump the brake pedal three times and make sure you hold it down for ______. The brake pedal should not depress during this time.
    • 5 seconds. - You Answered Correct
  • 5.All versions of the Class B Pre-trip inspection tests will include ________.
    • An engine start and in-cab inspection. - You Answered Correct
  • 6.While driving a bus, it's good practice to stop, at minimum, how many feet before a drawbridge?
    • 50 ft. - You Answered Correct
  • 7.Which of the following are buses never to carry?
    • More than 500 lbs. of allowed hazardous materials. - You Answered Correct
  • 8.Which of the following is the shipper required to put on the package of a hazardous material?
    • All of the listed answers. - You Answered Correct
  • 9.Bus drivers cannot carry more than _______ lbs. of solid Class 6 poisons.
    • 100 - You Answered Correct
  • 10.Buses may carry what types of hazardous materials?
    • All of the listed answers. - You Answered Correct
  • 11.Which of the following is a common bus part that passengers may damage?
    • All of the listed answers. - You Answered Correct
  • 12.Bus drivers can carry small amounts of certain hazardous materials. However, the total amount of hazardous materials should not exceed what amount?
    • 500 lbs. - You Answered Correct
  • 13.The recommended safe distance to stop before a drawbridge is _______.
    • 50 ft. - You Answered Correct
  • 14.In buses, what is the standee line?
    • A two-inch line on the floor (or some other marking) that indicates where passengers cannot stand. - You Answered Correct
  • 15.While driving your bus, you should scan ________ for trouble or hazardous conditions.
    • All of the listed answers. - You Answered Correct
  • 16.Before evacuating yourself and the students from the school bus during an emergency situation, you should ask yourself __________.
    • All of the listed answers. - You Answered Correct
  • 17.The computerized system that keeps your wheels from locking up during hard brake applications is ________.
    • The antilock braking system. - You Answered Correct
  • 18.When should you turn on your right turn signal indicator before pulling over?
    • 100-300 ft. - You Answered Correct
  • 19.Why should you focus on students as they approach the school bus?
    • To watch out for any who disappear from sight. - You Answered Correct
  • 20.During an emergency, remember that you can possibly evacuate through _______.
    • All of the listed answers. - You Answered Correct
  • 21.You should turn on the right turn signal indicator how many feet before pulling over?
    • 100-300 ft. - You Answered Correct
  • 22.If a student suffers a neck or spinal injury, you should ________.
    • Move him only when his life is in immediate danger. - You Answered Correct
  • 23.What are the outside left and right side flat mirrors on a school bus used for?
    • All of the listed answers. - You Answered Correct
  • 24.For school bus drivers, the danger zone may extend as much as ______ ft. from the front bumper.
    • 30 ft. - You Answered Correct
  • 25.What should you tell your students to prevent dangerous situations during their loading and unloading?
    • All of the listed answers. - You Answered Correct