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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 Wisconsin CDL passenger test consists of 20 questions. To pass, you must correctly answer at least 16 questions (80%). The WI passenger test covers the following sections of the Wisconsin CDL Manual: Driving Safely, Transporting Passengers, Vehicle Inspection Test, Basic Control Skills Test and Road Test. Take this WI practice test now to prepare for the actual passenger test!
1. If you recognize a distracted driver on the road, you should:
flash your brake lights at them.
try to pass them.
give them plenty of room.
follow them closely.
2. The standee line:
shows riders where they cannot stand.
is part of the braking system.
tells the school bus driver where to steer.
is used at bus stops.
3. Service brakes should:
only be checked by a mechanic.
be checked before each trip.
always be checked before applying the brakes.
All of the above.
4. When checking the engine compartment in a vehicle inspection, you should check all of the following except:
Shock absorbers
Coolant level in radiator
Windshield washer fluid level
Engine oil level
5. When changing lanes, you should:
do it quickly.
not use your mirrors.
not use your turn signals.
None of the above.
6. When you leave your vehicle you should:
leave the key in the ignition.
apply the service brake.
release the parking brake.
None of the above.
7. Alcohol:
impairs depth perception.
does not affect judgement.
improves muscle coordination.
improves reaction time.
8. At drawbridges that do not have a signal light or traffic control attendant, you must stop at least _______ before the draw of the bridge.
50 feet
30 feet
15 feet
75 feet
9. After unloading at the school, you should walk through the bus to:
to check for items left by students and hiding or sleeping students.
make sure no students are returning to the bus.
close the door.
release the parking brake.
10. When driving at night, to avoid glare from oncoming vehicles you should:
wear sunglasses.
put your own high beams on when other drivers do not put their low beams on.
look directly at lights of oncoming vehicles.
look slightly to the right at a right lane or edge marking.
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Passenger Test Wisconsin

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