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Australia Truck Driving Knowledge Test - Exam 12

Date :  12 / 12 / 2017
        
Q1
To reduce the effect of alcohol before driving or riding you should:



Q2
If you are taking several medications and you want to drive, you should:



Q3
When drivers have been drinking, the crashes they are involved in are generally:



Q4
Is it correct that drugs such as cold and flu pills, codeine and sedatives can combine to affect your ability to drive safely?



Q5
If you take medicine and then drink alcohol:



Q6
Having 1 or 2 alcoholic drinks before driving:



Q7
A heavy vehicle driver has taken some medication for a head cold. Could this affect the person



Q8
Look at the diagram. The diagram shows a rigid truck with a single rear axle fitted with 4 standard tyres. The maximum statutory axle load is:
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Q9
Which vehicle in the diagram are you permitted to drive with a medium rigid licence?



Q10
The driver of a 10 tonne GVM commercial bus (coach) is approaching the sign shown in the diagram. What should the driver do?
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Q11
What is the maximum allowable length of a rigid vehicle, including its load?



Q12
Can a driver holding a Medium Rigid (MR) licence drive the type of vehicle shown in the diagram?
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Q13
What is the maximum allowable width of a B-Double?



Q14
You are driving a bus that displays this sign and there are no street lights or houses along the road:
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Q15
Can a 'Road Train' sign be displayed on vehicles that are not coupled together as a road train?



Q16
A B-Double is:



Q17
Where must a 'ROAD TRAIN' sign be displayed on a road train combination?



Q18
Vehicle monitoring device records for B-Doubles must be retained for at least how long?



Q19
A road train is a truck hauling how many trailers?



Q20
What sign must be displayed to the rear of a B-Double?



Minumum pass for the test is 75%
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