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Free CDL - Section 10 - CDL School Bus Endorsement

You are about to take a FREE Sample of the CDL - Section 10 - CDL School Bus Endorsement. The sample test consists of 10 multiple choice questions and answers.

Please select the best answer for each question below and then click "Submit."

1. The convex mirrors are used to monitor the _________ sides at a _________ angle.

e.
All of the above
d.
front and back, wide
c.
front and back, close
b.
left and right, wide
a.
left and right, close

2. When approaching a stop, bring the school bus to a full stop with the front bumper at least ____________ feet away from students at the designated stop.

d.
25
c.
5
b.
20
a.
10

3. When should you move a student you believe may have suffered a neck or spinal injury?

d.
None of the above
c.
When the student is in pain
b.
When the student's life is in immediate danger
a.
Never

4. What will ABS do?

d.
All of the above
c.
Allow you to drive faster
b.
Help maintain vehicle control
a.
Increase ultimate stopping power

5. In hazardous weather or road conditions, the minimum following distance for a school bus is:

d.
5 seconds
c.
10 seconds
b.
3 seconds
a.
2 seconds

6. When following two school buses, maintain at least _________________ of distance between your bus and the pair ahead.

d.
ten yards
c.
ten feet
b.
two city blocks
a.
one city block

7. Before making a turn with a school bus, engage the turn signal ____________ feet in advance.

e.
All of the above
d.
50
c.
100
b.
600
a.
300

8. The safety valve of school bus air brakes should be set to open at ________________ psi (pounds per square inch).

e.
All of the above
d.
25
c.
50
b.
90
a.
150

9. What does L-A-B stand for?

d.
All of the above
c.
leaks, apply pressure, burn
b.
leaks, alarm, button pop-out;
a.
lead, approach, be careful

10. Stab braking

d.
All of the above
c.
should only be done if the pavement is slippery.
b.
is also called “forceful, intermittent braking”.
a.
is used to keep brakes from wearing out too soon.