British Columbia Commercial Drivers License Class 4 Practice Test 1

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BC Class 4 Drivers License Practice Test 1

A 20 question practice test to help prepare you for the Class 4 knowledge test in BC

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What does this parking sign mean?

2 / 20

What does this yellow sign mean?

3 / 20

Which of these are requirements for a Class 4 license?

4 / 20

Which types of vehicles must carry fire extinguishers?

5 / 20

What does the term "public transportation" mean?

6 / 20

What does this sign mean?

7 / 20

What does this yellow diamond sign mean?

8 / 20

What does this yellow warning sign mean?

9 / 20

Which of the following describes a "special vehicle"?

10 / 20

Why do the hours of service regulations exist?

11 / 20

What does this sign mean?

12 / 20

What does this sign mean?

13 / 20

How do you ease the vehicle into a smooth stop?

14 / 20

When can you use the flashing red lights and sirens on an ambulance?

15 / 20

What vehicle types are required to carry road flares or pylons in case the vehicle is disabled on the side of the road?

16 / 20

What does this white sign mean?

17 / 20

What is a taxi?

18 / 20

Which technique promotes safe braking practices?

19 / 20

Which of these defines a "special activity bus"?

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Passenger directed vehicles that seat more than 12 people must have?

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Communication and Phone Mounts

Safety on the road is paramount, and a sturdy phone mount is a must-have for drivers who rely on navigation apps or need hands-free communication. Look for mounts that attach securely to the dashboard or windshield and are adjustable to accommodate different phone sizes.

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.

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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 ICBC or any driving test center. 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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