Georgia CDL Permit Test - Class A

Number of questions: 50
Passing score: 40
Directions: This license is required for driving any legal combination of vehicles, with a gross combination weight rating of 26,001 pounds or more, provided the GVWR of a trailer exceeds 10,000 pounds. To receive this license, applicants must pass a 50-question test. Test questions come from the Georgia Commercial Driver’s Manual. To pass, applicants must answer 40 questions correctly. Questions come from chapters covering: Introduction, Driving Safely, Transporting Cargo Safely, Air Brakes (if applicable), Combination Vehicles, Pre-Trip Vehicle Inspection Test, Basic Vehicle Control Skills Test and On-Road Driving. Endorsements that may be used with a Class A CDL are: Hazardous materials, Tank, Passenger, Doubles/Triples, HazMat, Tank, Air Brakes and School bus.
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1.
What is Gross Vehicle Weight?
Total weight of the vehicle plus its load
Total weight of only the tractor
Total weight of the loaded trailer
Weight of the tractor and trailer, without the load
2.
Fully loaded rigs
Are less likely to rollover than empty rigs
Are more likely to rollover than empty rigs
Are just as likely to rollover as empty rigs
Should not be driven
3.
If driving in a foggy area, what should you not do?
Slow down
Increase speed
Use low beam headlights
Turn on 4-way flashers
4.
When using mirrors, you should frequently look at your tires to:
Spot a tire fire
See if the tires are rolling properly
Look to see if the tread is sufficient
Get a sense of the size of the tire in relation to other vehicles
5.
Most holders of CDLs who operate a Commercial Motor Vehicle hold what type of license?
Excepted
Exempted
Non-excepted
Non-exempted
6.
When driving a truck requiring a CDL:
You do not need to wear a seat belt
You are required to wear a seat belt if transporting more than 500 pounds of cargo
You must wear a seatbelt
You are only required to wear a seat belt when driving a tank trailer
7.
With a dual air brake system:
Each system has separate air tanks, hoses and lines
Each system shares air tanks, but has separate hoses and lines
Each system uses the same lines and hoses
One system is the main braking system with another system ready to be used if the fist one fails
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