Saskatchewan Commercial Class 1 Driving Test
Part 2

To get your Class 1 commercial driver’s licence in Saskatchewan, you’ll first need to get a learner’s licence before taking your road test for a full-privilege licence. To get your learner’s licence, you’ll need to pass a general knowledge test, a road signs test, and meet medical standards.

0
Created on By canadiandrivingtest

Saskatchewan Commercial Drivers Test Class 1 Parts 2

1 / 31

As a school bus driver, you should never:

2 / 31

Which of the following would not be permitted to operate an ambulance with passengers?

 

3 / 31

When should a defect be reported to the carrier?

4 / 31

Which of the following is a driver with a Class 1 licence not able to operate?

5 / 31

Total stopping distance is:

6 / 31

A vehicle inspection at a rest and check stop does not need to include which of the following:

7 / 31

What is lag time?

8 / 31

Under which of the following circumstances is a trip inspection report invalid?

9 / 31

Under which of the following circumstances would a driver not be permitted to drive under federal Hours of Service regulations?

10 / 31

Which of the following statements about braking force is true?

 

11 / 31

What is the most accurate definition of traction?

 

12 / 31

What is the most critical task in the coupling procedure?

 

13 / 31

Which of the following statements about braking force is false? Assume that the two vehicles are identical except for weight and speed.

 

14 / 31

Which of the following statements about the holder of a Class 2 operator's licence is false?

15 / 31

What is normal driver reaction time?

16 / 31

How should you test the service brakes of a truck tractor?

17 / 31

Which of the following operator's licences is you permitted to apply for as a probationary driver?

18 / 31

If doing a pre-trip air brake inspection, which of the below would be acceptable pressure levels for the air supply valve and park control valve to pop out at?

 

19 / 31

If three identical vehicles travel at the same speeds, but one is on a level surface, one is going uphill, and one is going downhill, which will have the shortest stopping distance?

 

20 / 31

Which of the following factors would not generally have an influence on perception time?

 

21 / 31

Which of the following statements is true about a B Train coupling mechanism?

 

22 / 31

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

23 / 31

What are the four factors affecting the distance a commercial vehicle needs to stop?

24 / 31

Clearance lights are required for vehicles that are wider than:

25 / 31

What is the maximum permissible length for a straight truck?

 

26 / 31

Under this Provinces Vehicle Inspection Program:

27 / 31

What is the correct order of steps for a pre-trip air brake inspection?

28 / 31

When coupling a truck-tractor to a semi-trailer:

29 / 31

Which of the following is recommended practice for using the brakes when going through hills?

30 / 31

When uncoupling a truck tractor from a semi-trailer, when should you lower the landing gear?

31 / 31

What is the purpose of a trip inspection?

Your score is

The average score is 0%

0%

Driver's Handbook

Saskatchewan Class 1 Knowledge Handbook is your indispensable companion on the journey to becoming a safe and informed driver. It offers a wealth of information, making it easier for you to understand and adhere to road rules and safety guidelines. So, before you hit the road, grab your copy, study it diligently, and confidently embark on your driving adventure in Canada.

Watch our Videos

Saskatchewan Class 1 Driving Knowledge Test videos are your key to conquering the written exam. With engaging visuals, expert explanations, and practice opportunities, these videos will help you prepare efficiently and with confidence. So, don’t stress about your upcoming test—watch our video guide and cruise smoothly towards success.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top