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IN CDL PASSENGER PRACTICE TEST

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The passenger endorsement applies to drivers who want to drive a bus in any Class A, B, or C CDL. Applicants must pass a special knowledge test, and must pass skills tests in a passenger vehicle. The Indiana CDL passenger test consists of 20 questions. To pass, you must correctly answer at least 16 questions (80%). The IN passenger test covers the following sections of the Indiana CDL Manual: Driving Safely, Transporting Passengers, Vehicle Inspection Test, Basic Control Skills Test and Road Test. Take this IN practice test now to prepare for the actual passenger test!
1. Most hydraulic brake failures occur for one of two reasons, one of which is:
loss of hydraulic pressure.
driving in cold weather.
excessive downshifting.
relying too much on the engine braking effect.
2. Rims with welding repairs:
are not safe.
can be used for tires in the rear of the vehicle.
can be used for tires in the front of the vehicle.
are acceptable only when carrying a heavy load.
3. Rules about drinking, smoking or electronic devices should be:
mentioned to each passenger boarding.
mentioned at the start of the trip.
announced within the first 150 miles of a trip.
mentioned when there is a violation.
4. The safety valve is usually set to open at:
100 psi.
150 psi.
75 psi.
200 psi.
5. When arriving at the destination or intermediate stops, the driver should:
remind riders to take their belongings with them if they get off the bus.
announce the date.
announce the outside temperature.
make the necessary announcements as riders are getting off the bus.
6. When driving in extremely hot weather, if the air pressure in the tires is too high, you should:
continue driving.
call your supervisor.
let air out of the tires to decrease pressure.
stop and remain stopped until the tires cool off.
7. What should you do if your vehicle starts hydroplaning?
Leave the road completely.
Apply the brakes and countersteer to regain control of the vehicle.
Accelerate slightly, then push in the clutch to slow down.
Release the accelerator and push in the clutch to let the wheels turn freely.
8. The average driver has a reaction time of:
1/8 of a second.
3/4 second to 1 second.
1/16 of a second.
1/32 of a second.
9. When changing lanes, you should:
do it slowly, so a driver you did not see may have a chance to honk their horn.
do it quickly so other vehicles won't get into the lane.
ensure that the vehicle behind you has moved into your blind spot.
turn sharply.
10. Baggage and freight should be secured in ways that:
Allow the driver to move freely and easily.
Allow riders to exit by any door or window in an emergency.
Protect riders from injury if carry-ons shift or fall.
All of the above
 
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Passenger Test - IN CDL

Number of questions: 20
Correct answers to pass:16
Passing score:80%
Number of questions: 20
Correct answers to pass:16
Passing score:80%
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