Utah CDL Permit Test - Class B

(From the 2019 Utah CDL driver handbook)
Number of questions: 50
Passing score: 40
Directions: This license is required for driving a single vehicle with a GVWR of more than 26,001 pounds, and a trailer not to exceed 10,000 pounds gross vehicle weight rating, or a vehicle designed to transport 24 or more people (including the driver). To receive this license, applicants must pass a 50-question test. To pass, applicants must answer 40 questions correctly. Each question has two, three or four possible answer choices. Test questions come from the Utah Commercial Driver License Handbook. Questions come from chapters covering: Introduction, Driving Safely, Transporting Cargo Safely, Air Brakes (if applicable), Pre-Trip Vehicle Inspection Test, Basic Vehicle Control Skills Test and On-Road Driving.. Endorsements that may be used with a Class B CDL are: Hazardous materials, Tank, Passenger, HazMat and Tank, Air Brakes and School bus.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
10 or fewer errors
When approaching your vehicle as part of your pre-trip inspection, you should look for what as a sign of trouble?
A puddle of oil under the vehicle
Inflated tires
Lug nuts that look tight
Emergency brakes are:
Not required on trucks.
Only required on trailers.
Required on tractors.
Only required when transporting hazardous materials.
When carrying a wide load, a driver should:
Drive as fast as possible.
Obtain special permits and follow special rules, such as driving only during certain times.
Honk at other drivers to get them to move from the nearest lane.
Drive on the shoulder.
When changing lanes:
You should move your vehicle quickly.
You should move your vehicle slowly.
The move should be made with a jerking motion.
You do not need to use a turn signal.
If you plan to transport hazardous materials, you will:
Need to obtain a hazardous materials endorsement.
Need to drive while using flashing lights.
Need to wear a gas mask.
Routine vehicle inspections should be done to ensure:
Good gas mileage.
Which of the following is not a reason to cover cargo?
Protecting people from spilled cargo
Protecting the cargo from the weather
Preventing other drivers from looking at what is being transported
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