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- Question 1 of 6
Big Rigs can legally pull a fully loaded trailer that weighs no more than 80,000 lbs (36,287 kilograms). Stopping from 70 mile per hour (112.6 kilometers per hour) takes some serious distance even with ABS braking systems. Reaction time, weather and road conditions all play a role. Which distance is closest to the average emergency stop at 70 MPH?CorrectIncorrect
The right answer is 200 yards (182 meters).
- Question 2 of 6
When driving a truck carrying hazardous materials, regulations require the driver to stop every two hours or 100 miles in order to:CorrectIncorrect
The right answer is to check tire pressure.
- Question 3 of 6
There are two air lines between a trailer and the tractor on a big rig. Which color is for which brakes?CorrectIncorrect
The right answer is, the blue hose is for normal brakes and the red hose is for emergency brakes.
- Question 4 of 6
Big rig tractor-trailers have more complicated transmissions than a typical car. The critical difference between a 13 speed and an 18-speed transmission is:CorrectIncorrect
The right answer is the ability to split low and high range gears.
- Question 5 of 6
Not including the cab, the average size of a transport truck trailer is:CorrectIncorrect
The right answer is 53’.
- Question 6 of 6
In Trucking we refer to long haul and short haul operations. The name has to do with:CorrectIncorrect
The right answer is the length and duration of the trip.