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Texas CDL Permit Test - Special Requirements

Number of questions: 20
Passing score: 16
Directions: All CDL applicants in Texas must pass a Commercial Rules test before they will be permitted to take any other CDL application tests. The Commercial Rules test is based on the information found in Section 14 of the Texas Commercial Motor Vehicle Drivers Handbook. This section covers special requirements for CMV drivers in the state of Texas, including lighting requirements, size and weight restrictions, and rules to enhance a driver’s safety. The test is made up of 20 multiple-choice questions, and applicants will need to correctly answer a minimum of 16 questions to pass.
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1.
Passing a motorcycle while driving a semitrailer:
Is the same as passing any other vehicle.
Should be done with extra caution.
Should be done quickly.
Does not present challenges.
2.
In general, when approaching a railroad grade crossing, a school bus driver should:
Stop before crossing the tracks.
Accelerate over the tracks.
Rely only on warning signals.
Continue driving normally.
3.
On trucks, truck tractors, semitrailers, pole trailers, and buses that are at least 80 inches in width, reflectors should be placed between ____ from the ground.
50 and 100 inches
24 and 60 inches
10 and 35 inches
100 and 200 inches
4.
If a semitrailer must be parked on the shoulder of a two-way roadway and flags are being used in the place of lighted lamps, the flags should be placed:
100 feet in front of and behind the vehicle.
100 and 200 feet in front of the vehicle.
100 and 200 feet behind the vehicle.
300 feet in front of and behind the vehicle.
5.
If traveling down a hill, a commercial motor vehicle:
Should be shifted into a high gear.
May not coast down the grade.
Must be accelerated.
Should be close to the vehicle ahead.
6.
A special permit will be required if you wish to drive a vehicle:
More slowly than the speed limit.
That is hauling an empty trailer.
On dirt roads.
That is hauling a load larger than the legal limits.
7.
If you need to enter a driveway to park, it is a good idea to:
Accelerate.
Back into the driveway.
Drive forward into the driveway.
Refuse the help of another individual.
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