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  • 1.The caps of your vehicle's fuel tank need to be ________.
    • Secured tightly. - You Answered Correct
  • 2.You need to make sure the electrical lines of your tractor/coupling are not ______.
    • All of the listed answers. - You Answered Correct
  • 3.During your vehicle's inspection test as you check the oil pressure gauge, you should _______.
    • Check if the pressure gauge shows increasing or normal oil pressure and/or if the warning light goes off. - You Answered Correct
  • 4.You need to check that the dash indicators are working when corresponding lights are turned on for which of the following?
    • All of the listed answers. - You Answered Correct
  • 5.You must check that the ____ do not have cracks or frays.
    • All of the listed answers. - You Answered Correct
  • 6.Which of the following is a reason why it is so important for the bus driver to inspect the bus' interior at the end of his shift?
    • To make sure he can report necessary repairs to a mechanic before he drives the bus again. - You Answered Correct
  • 7.While driving a bus, how many feet before a railroad crossing should you stop?
    • 75 to 100 ft. - You Answered
    • 15 to 50 ft. - Correct Answer
  • 8.You must have spare electrical fuses for your bus, unless __________.
    • Your bus is equipped with circuit breakers. - You Answered Correct
  • 9.Buses may carry what types of hazardous materials?
    • All of the listed answers. - You Answered Correct
  • 10.The interlock applies the brakes and holds the throttle in idle position. The interlock releases the brakes when ______.
    • When you close the rear door. - You Answered Correct
  • 11.In good weather, the posted speed for curves is safe for cars, but it may be _______ for many buses.
    • Too high. - You Answered Correct
  • 12.You should inspect your bus' interior before driving, paying particular attention to the working condition of what parts?
    • All of the listed answers. - You Answered Correct
  • 13.Bus drivers should not carry more than _____ lbs. total of allowed hazardous materials.
    • 500 lbs. - 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.Which of the following should you ensure is in working condition before driving?
    • All of the listed answers. - You Answered Correct
  • 16.When should students board the bus?
    • When the bus driver signals they should. - You Answered Correct
  • 17.The advance warning signs tell you to _______.
    • All of the listed answers. - You Answered Correct
  • 18.How many feet away from the bus should you evacuate the students when there is a risk of a spilled hazardous material?
    • 300 ft. - You Answered Correct
  • 19.When you drive a vehicle with ABS, you need to ________.
    • Use only the braking force necessary to stop safely. - You Answered Correct
  • 20.How many feet behind the school bus should a bus driver be able to see through his outside left side flat mirror?
    • 400 ft. - You Answered
    • 200 ft. - Correct Answer
  • 21.Each state has laws and regulations dictating how school buses should operate at railroad-highway crossings. In general, drivers must ______.
    • Stop at all crossings. - You Answered Correct
  • 22.When you back up your vehicle, you should assign someone as a lookout, who could warn you of ________.
    • All of the listed answers. - You Answered Correct
  • 23.Typically, the blind spot behind the bus extends ___ to _____ ft.
    • 50, 150. - You Answered Correct
  • 24.What does ABS stand for?
    • Antilock braking system. - You Answered Correct
  • 25.Typically, what is the best way to control student safety during an emergency (e.g. the bus engine failing)?
    • Keeping the students on the bus if possible. - You Answered Correct