Questions appearing on this practice test:
How would you expect a truck with a cargo tank that has baffles to handle on the road?
Separations between compartments inside tanks that have openings or holes in them are called?
An emergency forces you to stop your tanker quickly or crash. You should:
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.
When loading a tanker that has 3 or 4 valves at the bottom of the tanker, you should have the valves?
Outage depends on
If you steer quickly while braking, your tanker may
You may not be able to fill the tanks completely because
What should you do if you get stuck on the railroad tracks?
A vehicle placarded for hazardous materials must have placards on ____ sides.
How can you start moving without rolling backward?
You should know the outage needed for the liquids you carry because?
You are driving on a clear night, you must dim your headlights from high to low, and should adjust your speed so you can stop within:
Baffles in liquid cargo tanks do not usually prevent the movement of surge from:
Liquid tight separations between compartments inside tanks are called:
The movement of the liquid in partially filled tanks is called
A tank endorsement is required for certain vehicles that transport
When loading a tank with bulkheads, don't put too much weight on ________ of the vehicle.
On a long or steep downgrade, once you have reached your "safe" speed, brake until you are traveling