Nova Scotia Commercial Drivers License Class 3 Practice Test 4

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Nova Scotia Class 3 Practice Test 4

A 20 question practice test to help prepare you for the Class 3 knowledge test in Nova Scotia

1 / 20

The low air pressure warning device needs to be replaced or adjusted if it does not trigger at a minimum level of?

2 / 20

Which of these significantly decreases the brake force produced at the wheel?

3 / 20

What does this sign mean?

4 / 20

What does this sign mean?

5 / 20

What is the "cut-out" level?

6 / 20

To apply for a Class D license you must be?

7 / 20

When curving left, what should you do to ensure the back wheels stay in your lane?

8 / 20

What does this sign mean?

9 / 20

Which piece of information needs to appear on your drivers log?

10 / 20

The best way to reduce rough and abrupt braking is to?

11 / 20

What does this sign mean?

12 / 20

How many hours can a commercial driver drive in one day?

13 / 20

What does a driver need to transport dangerous goods?

14 / 20

If a vehicle has an air brake defect, The Highway act states that?

15 / 20

Looking at your laptop while driving is _____?

16 / 20

Correct belt tension for an air compressor can be determined by

17 / 20

What does this directional sign tell you?

18 / 20

Which of these is not part of an air brake system?

19 / 20

When should you be ready to stop for a school bus?

20 / 20

How many previous days must a drivers log keep track of?

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We do our best to keep the questions current and accurate. The testing centres 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 hand books 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.