Ontario Commercial Class A Driving Test
Part 1

Ontario Commercial Class A Driving Test is a crucial step for individuals who want to obtain a Class A commercial driver’s license (CDL) in the province of Ontario, Canada. A Class A 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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Ontario Commercial Driving Test Class A Part 1

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What is not included in the official definition of a semi-trailer?

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Which of the following statements about operating passenger vehicles is correct?

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Qualifying for an air brake endorsement is mandatory to obtain what type of licence?

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To safely make a right turn in a large vehicle, it is recommended that you:

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To safely complete a left turn in a large vehicle, it is recommended that you:

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Which of the following is not required as part of a carrier's Safety Plan?

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When inspecting the power steering pump and hose during a pre-trip inspection, you should check for the following:

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Which of the following is true of a truck registered for a weight of 10,000 kilograms being driven solely in this Province?

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What lights would not be found at the rear of the vehicle of a bus?

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What is the minimum seating capacity (including the driver) for a commercial vehicle to be considered a 'bus' under the Traffic Safety Act?

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When inspecting the airlines on a vehicle with air brakes during a pre-trip inspection, you should:

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What is a possible disciplinary action assessed to a carrier due to failing to follow a written safety program?

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What is the maximum time a driver has to deliver a daily log to the employer under this Province's Hours of service legislation?

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When is an air brake 'Q' endorsement required?

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Which of the following statements about preventative maintenance plans is false?

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When performing the pre-trip inspection for a truck-tractor or three-axle vehicle, it is essential to verify the following:

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Which of the following belts should you check during a pre-trip inspection:

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Which of the following statements is true about the holder of a Class 3 operator's licence?

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According to this Provinces Hours of service legislation, under which of the following conditions would a driver not be allowed to drive?

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Which of the following is exempt from the requirement to obtain an SFC under provincial law?

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Which of the following is required to upgrade from a Class 5 to a Class 4 licence?

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A “Q” endorsement is placed on ____________ driver’s licence when a driver successfully completes an approved by Province air brake course through an authorized organization.

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Which of the following statements about long combination vehicles is incorrect?

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Low-speed off-tracking:

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What is required for this province's Safety Fitness Certificate to be valid in other Canadian jurisdictions?

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What does having the 'S' condition code on Class 1, 2, or 4 licences signify?

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Which is not one of the four conditions for having the daily log requirement waived under Alberta's Hours of service legislation?

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Which of the following statements about the federal Hours of service regulations is true?

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Carriers operating a tractor outside of this Province are required to obtain a Safety Fitness Certificate if the vehicle weighs in excess of:

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What is the difference between an A Train and a C Train?

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Which of the following statements about a carrier's Safety Plan is correct?

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