Passenger Test 1

1. Commercial bus drivers must have a CDL if:
They drive a vehicle that has air brakes
They drive a vehicle that is designed to carry more than fifteen (15) passengers including the driver.
They drive a vehicle that has a gross weight rating of more than 26,000 pounds.
They drive a vehicle that is designed to carry more than nine passengers.

2. Carry on baggage cannot be stored:
On the seats
Under the seat
Behind the seats
In the aisle

3. Buses may carry:
Small arms ammunition labeled orm-d
Car batteries
Class 1 poison

4. When arriving at the destination announce:
The location
The next departure time
The reason for stopping
All of the above

5. A disruptive passenger:
Should not be discharged where it would be unsafe for them.
Is not your responsibility
Should not be allowed on the bus
May be thrown off the bus

6. If your bus leans toward the outside on a banked curve, you are:
Driving too slow
Driving on a wet surface
Driving too fast
Driving at the correct speed

7. You must stop your bus between:
15 and 50 feet before a railroad crossing
5 to 10 feet before a railroad crossing
20 to 25 feet before a railroad crossing
None of the above

8. At the end of each shift you should:
Report any defects
Take all your personal belongings
Inspect your bus
All of the above

9. The interlock system for the brake and accelerator on a transit coach may be used:
To replace the rear door emergency buzzer
As a safety feature when the exit door is open
To replace the parking brake
All of the above.

10. Your bus is disabled. The bus, with riders aboard, may be towed or pushed to a safe place only:
If getting off the bus would be more risky for the riders
By a tow truck with a GVWR of at lease 27,000 pounds
If the distance is less than 1 mile
By another bus with its 4-way flashers on.