Knowledge Test Class A #2

FREE Alaska CDL Practice Test 2022 - DMV Practice Test

Because of its remote location, Alaskans rely nearly entirely on commercial drivers to keep commerce running and supplies flowing into the Land of the Midnight Sun. As you answer 50 practice questions based on knowledge from the Alaska Commercial Driver License Manual, you'll be one step closer to getting your Alaska CDL.. Read More

Because of its remote location, Alaskans rely nearly entirely on commercial drivers to keep commerce running and supplies flowing into the Land of the Midnight Sun. As you answer 50 practice questions based on knowledge from the Alaska Commercial Driver License Manual, you'll be one step closer to getting your Alaska CDL credentials. These multiple-choice questions are carefully prepared to give you a realistic picture of the types of problems you'll see on the real written exam, and they cover everything from driving in extreme weather to the most recent federal laws. Each question has a suggestion and explanation to assist you better grasp the themes and correctly answer the questions on your CDL written exam. Practice until you're comfortable with the types of inquiries and facts you'll be asked.

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1 . A steering wheel should be:

A steering wheel should be held firmly with each hand on opposite sides of the wheel.

2 . Which of the following is not an example of a distracted person who should concern motorists?

You should be cautious when you are near people who are not paying attention to the road. Drivers and pedestrians who are talking to someone may be distracted by the conversation and not fully paying attention to the road. Workers on or near the road may not be paying attention to traffic because they are focused on their work, and can themselves also be a distraction to drivers.

3 . A dual air brake system:

A dual air brake system is made up of two separate air brake systems. The systems share a single set of brake controls, but each has its own air tanks, hoses, and lines. One system typically operates the regular brakes on the rear axle or axles while the other system operates the regular brakes on the front axle.

4 . A ramp's posted speed limit:

Posted speed limits on exit and entrance ramps often show speeds that are safe to be driven by cars. However, these speed limits may be too fast for large or heavily-loaded vehicles and CMV drivers will likely need to slow down to a speed below the posted limit.

5 . If planning to stop on the road to unload cargo, you should:

You should tap your brakes and flash your brake lights to warn other drivers any time you plan to slow or stop where other drivers may not expect you to do so. Use this technique when stopping on the road to unload cargo or passengers.

6 . The radiator cap:

Never remove the radiator cap or any part of the pressurized cooling system until it has cooled. Opening the cap while the system is too hot could release steam and boiling water that could severely burn you. If the radiator cap is cool to the touch, the system is likely cool enough for you to open the cap.

7 . When starting an engine:

After a vehicle is started, the warning lights and buzzers should go out after a few seconds. If the warning signals do not turn off, there may be something wrong with the vehicle.

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