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Illinois CDL Permit Test - Charter

Number of questions: 20
Passing score: 16
Directions: This endorsement is required to operate a charter-type bus when transporting school children grades 12 and under on any type of school trip. To receive this endorsement, applicants must pass a written 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 Illinois Commercial Driver’s License Study Guide. Questions come from chapters covering: Passengers and School buses. The Charter endorsement may be used with the Class A, B or C CDL.
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If a parent asks you to change the location of a bus stop, you should:
Agree and pick up students at the new bus stop.
Continue to pick up students at the original bus stop.
Change the bus stop if the new location fits into your route.
Use both locations as bus stops.
If a bus stalls on a railroad track, the driver should:
Evacuate the bus and get everyone far away from the tracks.
Keep everyone inside the bus and try to wave the train down to make it stop.
Keep everyone inside the bus and wait for help.
Keep everyone inside the bus and call a tow truck.
School bus stops may be changed by:
The driver.
The school district.
Carry-on bags should be placed:
In front of the back door.
In front of the front door.
In a location that allows easy access to all emergency exits.
On top of the bus.
If a bus must be evacuated, the driver should:
Have the students stand no more than 50 feet away from the bus.
Have the students stand downwind of the bus in the event of a fire.
Lead the students as far away as possible from any railroad tracks.
Lead the students in the direction that is opposite of oncoming traffic.
As a general rule, student safety is best maintained by:
Keeping the students on the bus.
Letting some students evacuate the bus, while others stay on.
Letting students evacuate the bus.
Creating panic.
When approaching a drawbridge that is controlled by a traffic signal, you may proceed:
If the signal is green.
Only after coming to a complete stop 50 feet before the bridge.
Only if other vehicles are also proceeding.
Only after getting out of your vehicle to check the conditions.
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