Nova Scotia Class 5 Driving Test Parts 4

Nova Scotia Class 5 Driving Test
Parts 4

A Class 5 license in Nova Scotia, Canada, is a type of driver’s license that allows the holder to operate a passenger vehicle, such as a car, under normal road conditions. To obtain a Class 5 license in Nova Scotia, an individual must pass a written knowledge test, a vision test, and a practical driving test. They must also fulfill other requirements, such as minimum age, residency, and liability insurance. Additionally, holders of a Class 5 license in Nova Scotia may be subject to certain restrictions and conditions, such as a curfew, a limit on the number of passengers they can carry, and a ban on using handheld electronic devices while driving.

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ONTARIO COMMERCIAL DRIVING PRACTICE TEST PART 3

1 / 30

When a driver is making more than one delivery of dangerous goods, he or she should make note of the change in the quantity of dangerous goods on the shipping document when?

2 / 30

Which of the following can commercial drivers not do while driving according to the Distracted Driving Law?

3 / 30

What are the warning signs of driver fatigue?

4 / 30

What is the most critical task in the coupling procedure?

 

5 / 30

Emergency medical responders driving with their sirens on are granted special driving permissions, but they are not able to:

 

6 / 30

When should a defect be reported to the carrier?

7 / 30

Which of the following statements about preventative maintenance plans is false?

8 / 30

Which of the following operator's licences is you permitted to apply for as a probationary driver?

9 / 30

Which of the following statements about the federal Hours of service regulations is true?

10 / 30

Which of the vehicles below would be required to stop at all uncontrolled railway crossings?

11 / 30

What is lag time?

12 / 30

If reversing a school bus and you lose sight of the guide, what should you do?

13 / 30

When is it safe to remove the safety marks from a vehicle that is carrying dangerous goods?

14 / 30

To lower the risk of fire, you should:

15 / 30

Which of the following statements is true about the holder of a Class 3 operator's licence?

16 / 30

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

17 / 30

Which of the following is not one of the 'distractions' that a commercial vehicle driver would be fined for under the Distracted Driving Law of the Traffic Safety Act?

18 / 30

Which of the following is exempt from the requirement to obtain an SFC under provincial law?

19 / 30

What is the best approach for ensuring that students are behaved and conduct themselves safely on the bus?

20 / 30

What does having the 'S' condition code on Class 1, 2, or 4 licences signify?

21 / 30

When preparing to discharge a fire extinguisher to put out a fire, you should hold the extinguisher in what position?

22 / 30

You are driving a school bus on a foggy day with low visibility and you stop at an uncontrolled railway crossing. What is the best course of action to ensure safety?

23 / 30

Which of the following statements about the holder of a Class 2 operator's licence is false?

24 / 30

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

25 / 30

When squeezing the fire extinguisher, what motion should you follow?

26 / 30

Which of the following statements about a carrier's Safety Plan is correct?

27 / 30

If you are a school bus driver and there is a breakdown, the best course of action is to:

28 / 30

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

29 / 30

What should you do when you approach a crossing in a large commercial vehicle and you notice that there is a STOP sign facing you on the opposite side of the tracks?

30 / 30

What is the correct order of actions when operating a fire extinguisher?

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