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Georgia CDL Permit Test - Bus

Number of questions: 20
Passing score: 4
Directions: This endorsement is required for driving a school bus. To receive this endorsement, applicants must pass a test. The test consists of 20 multiple choice questions. To pass, the applicant must answer at least 16 questions correctly. Test questions come from the Georgia Commercial Driver’s Manual. Questions come from chapters covering: School Buses, Pre-Trip Vehicle Inspection Test, Basic Vehicle Control Skills Test and On-Road Driving. The School Bus endorsement can be used with the Class A, B or C CDL.
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Passing grade —
16 or fewer errors

During the skills test, if making a turn that requires a stop, you should:

Skid to a stop.
Stop after the stop line to get a better view.
Allow your vehicle to roll.
Keep the front wheels aimed straight ahead.

During the steering box portion of the vehicle inspection test, you should not:

Ensure that the steering box is securely mounted.
Ensure that the steering box is free of leaks.
Look for missing bolts in the steering box.
Assume all cotter keys are present.

When inspecting engine compartment belts during the vehicle inspection test:

The belts should be checked for snugness, each with up to three inches of play.
The water pump belt does not need to be identified.
The air compressor belt should be removed.
The applicant must identify which items are not belt-driven, if any.

When checking the air and electrical lines during a vehicle inspection, all of the following should be true, except:

The air hoses are making a hissing noise.
The air hoses and electrical lines are not cut.
The air lines are not pinched.
The air lines are not dragging against tractor parts.

The loading of a school bus:

Is not a dangerous process.
Does not need to be supervised.
Should be done quickly.
Can be dangerous.

Why should a school bus stop a short distance from students who are waiting to board?

The students will have to walk to the bus, making it easier for the driver to watch their movements.
The students will usually be waiting on a sidewalk.
The students may get scared of a school bus coming toward them.
Buses are difficult to drive.

Students should board a school bus:

In a single-file line.
Two at a time.
In as large a group as possible.
However they want to. It makes no difference.
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