New Brunswick Commercial Class 1 Driving Test
Part 4

New Brunswick Class 1 Driving Test is a crucial step for individuals who want to obtain a Class 1 commercial driver’s license (CDL) in the province of New Brunswick, Canada. A Class 1 CDL allows you to operate various types of commercial vehicles, including tractor-trailers, semi-trucks, and other large vehicles. Passing this test requires a good understanding of safe driving practices, regulations, and specific skills related to commercial driving.

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New Brunswick Commercial Drivers Tests Class 1 Parts 4

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What is considered a safe distance from the bus to bring your passengers if you notice a fire while on route?

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What should you do if you have begun crossing a set of railroad tracks and the crossing lights begin to flash?

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If a 'reserved lane' sign includes a list of hours of the day or days of the week on it, what do these mean?

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Under what conditions would a private passenger vehicle not be considered ‘for hire' under the Operator Licensing and Vehicle Control Regulation?

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Which of the following is not one of the 'distractions' that a commercial vehicle driver would be fined for under the Distracted Driving Law of the Traffic Safety Act?

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When reversing a semi-trailer, you should:

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Which of the following can commercial drivers not do while driving according to the Distracted Driving Law?

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When entering a right curve in a large vehicle, the driver should:

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To lower the risk of fire, you should:

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What does this sign mean?

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What does this sign mean?

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When should you use a guide to assist with reversing?

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In what situations would the use of CB radios be exempt from the Distracted Driving Law?

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What does this sign mean?

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What does this sign mean?

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Which of the vehicles below would be required to stop at all uncontrolled railway crossings?


  • a. A 16-passenger tour bus
  • b. A truck that has just finished unloading a delivery of flammable liquids
  • c. A semi-trailer carrying corrosive materials
  • d. An ambulance



Why are railway crossings potentially more dangerous for larger, heavier commercial vehicles?


  • a. These vehicles need more time to clear a crossing
  • b. These vehicles need to stop farther away from a crossing before proceeding safely
  • c. These vehicles need more speed to clear the crossing
  • d. These vehicles have to overcome the centrifugal force acting upon them



Corrosive materials can corrode:


  • a. Internal tissue
  • b. All answers are correct
  • c. Human skin
  • d. Metal



If a 'reserved lane' sign includes a list of hours of the day or days of the week on it, what do these mean?


  • a. They indicate when the vehicles represented on the sign are not permitted to drive in that 
  • b. They indicate when any vehicle can drive in that lane
  • c. They indicate when that lane is reserved
  • d. They indicate when that lane is not reserved



When reversing a semi-trailer, you should:


  • a. Honk the horn only if there are other vehicles or bystanders in the vicinity
  • b. Turn the steering wheel in the opposite direction to where you want the trailer to go
  • c. Tap the throttle gently to begin reversing
  • d. Turn the steering wheel in the same direction to where you want to go



If safety marks are needed to indicate the presence of dangerous goods, where on the vehicle should they be placed?

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Which best describes the effect of centrifugal force on a vehicle when entering a curve?

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If you are a driver of persons with disabilities on a city bus, you should:

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What are the warning signs of driver fatigue?

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When is it safe to remove the safety marks from a vehicle that is carrying dangerous goods?

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What does a white diamond on a black background featured on a 'reserved lane' sign indicate?


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What is the symbol for a non-flammable, non-toxic compressed gas?

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What does this sign mean in commercial vehicles?

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When are drivers of emergency vehicles are exempt from the Distracted Driving Law?

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When a driver is making more than one delivery of dangerous goods, he or she should make note of the change in the quantity of dangerous goods on the shipping document when?

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What should you do when you approach a crossing in a large commercial vehicle and you notice that there is a STOP sign facing you on the opposite side of the tracks?

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What does this sign mean?

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When do most fatigue-related collisions occur?

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The law requires that the wheels of a parked vehicle be no farther than what distance from the curb?

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What does this Sign mean?

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For what class of hazardous materials must a special document be carried in the vehicle that indicates the name of the authorized driver and is signed by the owner?

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When conversing with or offering help to someone with disabilities, it is important to:

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When driving a vehicle that is transporting dangerous goods, all pertinent documents should be located where?

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What is the best solution for preventing driver fatigue?

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