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Australia Truck Driving Knowledge Test - Exam 3

Date :  16 / 10 / 2017
        
Q1
Which diagram shows the correct method for restraining a loose load?
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Q2
The truck shown in the diagram is braking heavily. In what direction will the unrestrained load on the truck tray move?
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Q3
Vehicles carrying what type of loads are more likely to overturn on corners?



Q4
A poorly loaded vehicle is unsafe to drive. To avoid loss of steering and loss of traction under power, you should:



Q5
Which diagram shows the correct method for restraining small pipe or log loads?
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Q6
A load restraint system on a vehicle should be capable of restraining what percentage of the weight of the load from shifting forwards and upwards?
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Q7
Loaded shipping containers fitted with corner twist locks should:
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Q8
When loading cardboard cartons and boxes on a vehicle, where should the heaviest items be placed?



Q9
The most important part of blocking when securing a load is:



Q10
Which diagram shows the correct load position to ensure weight on the steer axles?
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Q11
What is the maximum allowable distance that a load may project on the side of a vehicle, provided overall width does not exceed 2.5 metres?
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Q12
Which diagram shows the correct method for restraining large pipe loads?
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Q13
For vehicles with a GVM over 4.5 tonnes (excluding cranes) the vehicle width, including the load, must not be greater than:
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Q14
Which diagram shows the correct method for restraining divided loads?
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Q15
Which diagram shows the correct dunnage position for long rigid loads such as steel pipes?
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Q16
Sheets and tarpaulins are not strong enough to hold down bulk loads unless the load is:
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Q17
Which of the diagrams shows the correct loading position to prevent twisting of the chassis frame?
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Q18
Which diagram shows the correct position for carrying loads with potentially dangerous projections?
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Q19
What is the maximum length that a load may project in front of a vehicle?



Q20
Which 'tie down angle' is not recommended for lashings?
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Minumum pass for the test is 75%
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