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  1. You may sometimes haul small arms ammunition, emergency shipments of drugs, or hospital supplies on a bus. The total weight of all such hazardous materials must not be greater than ____ pounds.

a. 750

b. 500

c. 250

d. 100

Correct Answer: 500
Your Answer:


  1. How many seats not securely fastened to the bus are usually allowed?

a. 0

b. 1

c. 2

d. 3

Correct Answer: 0
Your Answer:


  1. It is best to wear your seat belt:

a. Only if your bus holds more that 27 people

b. Only when you will be driving over 35 mph

c. Only when driving on sand, gravel, or ice covered roads

d. At all times

Correct Answer: At all times
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  1. Which of the following types of cargo can never be carrier on a bus with riders?

a. Tear gas

b. Emergency hospital supplies

c. Emergency drug shipments

d. Small arms ammunition (orm-d)

Correct Answer: Tear gas
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  1. If a rider wants to bring a car battery or a can of gasoline aboard your bus, you should:

a. Have the rider pay a second fare

b. Instruct them to sit next to an open window

c. Not allow them to do it

d. Tell them they must go to the rear of the bus

Correct Answer: Not allow them to do it
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  1. Some city transit buses may have a brake-door interlock system, this system:

a. Should be used in place of the parking brake

b. Releases the brakes

c. Should be used in emergencies

d. Works when the passenger exit doors are open

Correct Answer: Works when the passenger exit doors are open
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  1. When it is carried on a bus, hazardous material must be:

a. Stored in the passenger compartment

b. Labeled

c. Packed in a yellow box.

d. All of the above

Correct Answer: Labeled
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  1. You have passed all the requirements for a "class b" bus driver's license. Which of these vehicles are you not license to drive?

a. Class a bus

b. Class b bus

c. Class c bus

d. All of these vehicles can be driven with a class b bus license.

Correct Answer: Class a bus
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  1. Federal regulations set an axle weight limit of ____ pounds on a tandem axle (four feet apart).

a. 26,000

b. 32,000

c. 34,000

d. 40,000

Correct Answer: 32,000
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  1. You must put a loaded bus into motion from a stopped position on a steep upgrade (4% or more). Which of these is the best technique to follow when you have a bus with a manual transmission?

a. Accelerate hard and release the clutch quickly

b. Hold the foot brake until the clutch has been fully released.

c. Slowly release the clutch while releasing the parking brakes

d. Use the same method that is used when starting on a level surface or downgrade.

Correct Answer: Slowly release the clutch while releasing the parking brakes
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