Alberta Commercial Drivers License Class 1 Practice Test 1

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Alberta Class 1 Practice Test 1

A 20 question practice test to help prepare you for the Class 1 knowledge test in Alberta

1 / 20

What does this sign mean?

2 / 20

What does this sign tell you?

3 / 20

Which valves are the tractor protection system?

4 / 20

What is brake lag time?

5 / 20

How long should it take for the air pressure to rise from 587kPa to 690 kPa after the pressure had fallen below 552 kPa?

6 / 20

A commercial vehicle with air brakes engaged must not lose air pressure faster than?

7 / 20

When hooking up a tractor to a semi trailer

8 / 20

What must you do at a stop sign with a painted stop line?

9 / 20

What gauges should you check after starting your vehicle?

10 / 20

What does this sign tell you?

11 / 20

When is a pre-trip inspection required?

12 / 20

When a school bus is stopped, how far back must you keep your vehicle?

13 / 20

The supply line is also called?

14 / 20

What is the purpose of the National Safety Code?

15 / 20

You should be looking for this when checking your brake chambers?

16 / 20

When brakes become overheated they also become?

17 / 20

What does this sign mean?

18 / 20

Before driving down a grade (hill), you should?

19 / 20

Which belt should you check during your pre-trip inspection?

20 / 20

Over-braking with a trailer can sometimes lead to ______.

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Entertainment for Long-Haul Drivers

Entertainment is essential for those marathon drives. Consider gifting audiobooks, a subscription to a music streaming service, or noise-canceling headphones to keep them entertained and focused during those lengthy stretches on the road. A portable DVD player or a tablet loaded with their favorite movies and TV shows can also provide a much-needed escape during rest stops.

Comfort Gadgets for Drivers

Comfort is key for any driver spending extended hours behind the wheel. Consider a seat cushion with lumbar support or a heated blanket for those chilly Canadian nights. A portable back massager can ease tension and muscle fatigue, ensuring they arrive at their destination feeling refreshed.

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We do our best to keep the questions current and accurate. The testing centers may change the questions on the knowledge tests at any time. Always be prepared for surprises.

Many of the answers to the questions can be found in the driver handbooks or learning materials your province provides.

DISCLAIMER:CDHQ is not affiliated with the provinces or any test centres. These practice tests should not be considered official tests and you are not granted a license for completing them. Our tests are simply a practice tool to help prepare yourself for the real test.

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