Alberta Commercial Driving Class 1 Practice Test Part 4

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Alberta Commercial Driving Class 1 Practice Test Part 4

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What are the four factors affecting the distance a commercial vehicle needs to stop?

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Ultimately, whose responsibility is it to ensure that employees have the proper training to work safely with dangerous goods?

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To safely complete a left turn in a large vehicle, it is recommended that you:

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Corrosive materials can corrode:

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What is the minimum seating capacity (including the driver) for a commercial vehicle to be considered a 'bus' under the Traffic Safety Act?

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What lights would not be found at the rear of the vehicle of a bus?

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According to this Provinces Hours of service legislation, under which of the following conditions would a driver not be allowed to drive?

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When going through urban areas, all drivers must:

 

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Which of the following is a driver with a Class 1 licence not able to operate?

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Which of the following situations could be unsafe when unloading a Class 3 vehicle into a hopper?

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Which of the following statements about operating passenger vehicles is correct?

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When parking a single unit Class 3 motor vehicle uphill, without a curb, the front wheels should be:

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Which of the following is true of a truck registered for a weight of 10,000 kilograms being driven solely in this Province?

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What is the maximum permissible length for a straight truck?

 

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What is required for this province's Safety Fitness Certificate to be valid in other Canadian jurisdictions?

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When coupling a truck-tractor to a semi-trailer:

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A vehicle inspection at a rest and check stop does not need to include which of the following:

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What is the maximum speed limit for a loaded bus under ideal conditions?

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Which of the following is not considered a Class 4 vehicle?

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What is the maximum time a driver has to deliver a daily log to the employer under this Province's Hours of service legislation?

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When inspecting the power steering pump and hose during a pre-trip inspection, you should check for the following:

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What is the correct order of steps for a pre-trip air brake inspection?

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Which of the following is not required as part of a carrier's Safety Plan?

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As a school bus driver, you should never:

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Which of the following statements is true about a B Train coupling mechanism?

 

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Low-speed off-tracking:

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Total stopping distance is:

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When approaching a very busy intersection in an emergency vehicle with your sirens and lights activated, you should:

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Carriers operating a tractor outside of this Province are required to obtain a Safety Fitness Certificate if the vehicle weighs in excess of:

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When parking a school bus downhill (on the right-hand side of the road), which of the following should you not do?

ALBERTA COMMERCIAL DRIVING CLASS 1 PRACTICE TEST 2023

Obtaining a Class 1 commercial driver’s license (CDL) in Alberta, Canada allows you to operate the heaviest and most complex vehicles on the road, such as tractor-trailers and large trucks. To get a Class 1 CDL in Alberta, you typically need to follow these steps:

1. **Eligibility:** Ensure you meet the eligibility requirements, which may include age restrictions, medical examinations, and providing a satisfactory driver’s abstract.

2. **Learn and Prepare:** Study the Alberta Driver’s Guide and prepare for the written knowledge test. You can obtain the guide from an Alberta registry agent office, or you can access it online. The guide will help you understand the rules of the road, including those specific to commercial vehicles.

3. **Written Knowledge Test:** Schedule an appointment with a registry agent office to take the written knowledge test. The test will cover topics related to commercial driving, rules of the road, and safety. You’ll need to pass this test to proceed.

4. **Air Brake Endorsement (if applicable):** If your Class 1 vehicle is equipped with air brakes, you may need to pass an air brake knowledge test and a practical air brake endorsement test.

5. **Training:** Consider enrolling in a driver training program or school that specializes in Class 1 commercial driving. This training can help you gain valuable experience and skills necessary for operating large commercial vehicles.

6. **Road Test:** Schedule a Class 1 road test through a registry agent office. During the road test, you’ll demonstrate your ability to operate a Class 1 vehicle safely. Make sure your vehicle is in good working condition and meets all safety requirements.

7. **Fees:** Pay the required fees associated with obtaining a Class 1 license. The fees may vary depending on the specific endorsements you need.

8. **Passport-sized Photos:** Provide passport-sized photos for your driver’s license application.

9. **Vision Test:** Undergo a vision test.

10. **Submit Documentation:** Present the necessary documents, including proof of identity and residency, at the registry agent office.

11. **Receive Your Class 1 License:** If you pass the road test and meet all requirements, you’ll receive your Class 1 commercial driver’s license.

It’s essential to check with a local Alberta registry agent for the most up-to-date information and any specific requirements that may have changed after my last knowledge update in September 2023. Keep in mind that operating a Class 1 vehicle involves significant responsibility and safety concerns, so thorough training and adherence to the rules of the road are crucial.

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