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Tanker Test 1
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  1. Hauling liquids in tankers requires special care for two reasons. One reason is the ____ center of gravity that tankers have.

a. Wide

b. Flat

c. Low

d. High

  1. You need to be extremely cautious when driving smooth bore tankers. This is especially true when you are:

a. Loading or unloading

b. Starting or stopping

c. Hauling milk or other food products

d. All of the above

  1. The best way to take a curve with a tanker is to slow to a safe speed before entering the curve, then ____ as you go through it.

a. Downshift twice

b. Accelerate slightly

c. Brake lightly

d. All of the above



  1. You should know the outage needed for the liquids you carry because:

a. Some liquids expand more than others when they get warm

b. Tank baffles are not always legal with outage

c. Some of the heaviest liquids do not need any

d. All of the above



  1. Baffles in liquid cargo tanks do not usually prevent the movement of surge from:

a. Front to back

b. Top to bottom

c. Side to side

d. All of the above


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