Newfoundland and Labrador Learner Driving Test
Parts 3

The Newfoundland and Labrador Learner’s License is a type of driver’s license issued by the government of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, to individuals who are learning to drive. It allows the holder to practice driving on public roads under certain conditions and restrictions, such as being accompanied by a licensed driver and having a “L” sign displayed on the vehicle. To obtain a Newfoundland and Labrador Learner’s License, an individual must pass a written knowledge test and a vision test. They must also fulfill other requirements, such as minimum age, residency, and liability insurance.

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Newfoundland and Labrador Commercial Driving Test Class 3 Parts 3

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When parking a school bus downhill (on the right-hand side of the road), which of the following should you not do?

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

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When squeezing the fire extinguisher, what motion should you follow?

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Emergency medical responders driving with their sirens on are granted special driving permissions, but they are not able to:

 

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If reversing a school bus and you lose sight of the guide, what should you do?

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If you are a school bus driver and there is a breakdown, the best course of action is to:

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Corrosive materials can corrode:

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Which of the following is not considered a Class 4 vehicle?

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

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When preparing to discharge a fire extinguisher to put out a fire, you should hold the extinguisher in what position?

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As a school bus driver, you should never:

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What is the maximum speed limit for a loaded bus under ideal conditions?

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What is the best approach for ensuring that students are behaved and conduct themselves safely on the bus?

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Which of the following is correct about assisting a person in a wheelchair?

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When approaching a very busy intersection in an emergency vehicle with your sirens and lights activated, you should:

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Which of the following is not a class of dangerous goods?

 

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Which of the following situations could be unsafe when unloading a Class 3 vehicle into a hopper?

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When going through urban areas, all drivers must:

 

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Which of the following is the correct procedure for stopping at an uncontrolled railway crossing with a Class 2 vehicle?

 

  • a. Stop at least 15 metres in advance of track
  • b. Activate the alternately flashing amber or red lights wrong
  • c. If on a multi-lane highway, move to the far right lane in advance of the crossing correct
  • d. Leave the front door closed at all times

 

 

As a school bus driver, you should never:

 

  • a. Break the four-second following rule
  • b. Drive with open front doors
  • c. All answers are correct 
  • d. Refuel a bus with passengers aboard wrong

 

 

When preparing to discharge a fire extinguisher to put out a fire, you should hold the extinguisher in what position?

 

  • a. Parallel to the ground
  • b. However you can get the tightest grip
  • c. In line with the top of the flameswrong
  • d. Uprightcorrect

 

 

How many hazard classes of dangerous goods are there?

 

  • a. 9correct
  • b. 7
  • c. 6wrong
  • d. 8

 

 

Which of the statements below about making a turn with a school bus is false?

 

  • a. When stopped waiting to turn left, point the front wheels to a ten o'clock position correct
  • b. Avoid shifting gears during the turn wrong
  • c. Use the outer left turning lane when dual left turn lanes are available
  • d. Check the mirrors as you are turning for swing and clearance

 

 

When parking a single unit Class 3 motor vehicle uphill, without a curb, the front wheels should be:

 

  • a. Pointed straight ahead
  • b. On the grass or sidewalk
  • c. Turned to the left
  • d. Turned to the right correct

 

 

An oxidizing substance is defined as:

 

  • a. A substance that contributes to the combustion of other material by yielding oxygen correct
  • b. A substance that might spontaneously combust when exposed to air wrong
  • c. A substance or article that explodes as a mass
  • d. An organism that is believed to be infectious to humans

 

 

You are driving a school bus on a foggy day with low visibility, and you stop at an uncontrolled railway crossing. What is the best course of action to ensure safety?

 

  • a. Proceed very slowly towards the tracks beyond the normal 5 metre stopping distance to get a closer look wrong
  • b. Walk to the track yourself to see if you can cross safely, remembering to shut off the engine and set the brakes firstcorrect
  • c. Instruct one of the passengers to walk to the track to see if there are any trains coming
  • d. Listen very carefully for a train whistle, and if proceed carefully if you do not hear one

 

 

What is the correct order of actions when operating a fire extinguisher?

 

  • a. Pull; Aim; Squeeze; Sweepcorrect
  • b. Aim; Pull; Squeeze; Sweep
  • c. Sweep; Aim; Pull; Squeezewrong
  • d. Aim; Squeeze; Sweep; Pull

 

 

When reversing to unload a dump vehicle, you should:

 

  • a. Use the backing alarm if the vehicle is equipped with onecorrect
  • b. Avoid using your mirrors and rely entirely on the hand signals of the guide
  • c. Position the guide so that he or she can see your path, but cannot be seen by youwrong
  • d. Back the vehicle to the passenger's side (right)

 

 

When going through urban areas, all drivers must:

 

  • a. Stop before every uncontrolled railway crossing
  • b. Encourage other vehicles to pass you before making left turnswrong
  • c. Activate the emergency hazard lights during night-time hours
  • d. Drive only on the routes specified for trucks and dangerous goods vehicles, correct

 

 

If you are operating an ambulance during an emergency, you could use the red flashing overhead lights and not the siren when:

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When reversing to unload a dump vehicle, you should:

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You are driving a school bus on a foggy day with low visibility and you stop at an uncontrolled railway crossing. What is the best course of action to ensure safety?

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Who is legally allowed to refuel a propane vehicle?

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An oxidizing substance is defined as:

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Which of the following road surfaces will help you achieve the best fuel efficiency?

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When parking a single unit Class 3 motor vehicle uphill, without a curb, the front wheels should be:

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How many hazard classes of dangerous goods are there?

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Who from the choices below is exempt from wearing a seat belt where the assemblies are provided?

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Ultimately, whose responsibility is it to ensure that employees have the proper training to work safely with dangerous goods?

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When performing a turnaround with a school bus, the correct procedure is to:

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What is the correct order of actions when operating a fire extinguisher?

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When loading a dump vehicle, what is one of the steps you must follow before moving the vehicle?

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Which of the statements below about making a turn with a school bus is false?

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The Newfoundland and Labrador Learner’s License is a type of driver’s license issued by the government of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, to individuals who are learning to drive. It allows the holder to practice driving on public roads under certain conditions and restrictions, such as being accompanied by a licensed driver and having a “L” sign displayed on the vehicle. To obtain a Newfoundland and Labrador Learner’s License, an individual must pass a written knowledge test and a vision test. They must also fulfill other requirements, such as minimum age, residency, and liability insurance.

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The Newfoundland and Labrador Learner’s License is a type of driver’s license issued by the government of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada, to individuals who are learning to drive. It allows the holder to practice driving on public roads under certain conditions and restrictions, such as being accompanied by a licensed driver and having a “L” sign displayed on the vehicle. To obtain a Newfoundland and Labrador Learner’s License, an individual must pass a written knowledge test and a vision test. They must also fulfill other requirements, such as minimum age, residency, and liability insurance.

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