Class 4 – 1

Class 4 knowledge test

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Class 4 License: What You Need to Know

Before you can obtain your Class 4 license, you must first pass a knowledge test and a road test. The knowledge test consists of 35 multiple-choice questions and covers a range of topics, including vehicle safety, air brakes, and driving in different weather conditions. At All Canada Quiz., we offer comprehensive Class 4 practice tests to help you prepare for the real thing.

Once you have passed the knowledge test, you will need to take a road test to demonstrate your driving skills. During the road test, you will be asked to perform a range of maneuvers, including parallel parking, backing up, and turning. Our experienced instructors will work with you to ensure that you are fully prepared for the road test and have the confidence and skills needed to pass.

Warnings should keep in mind always –

Drivers should avoid slamming on the brakes, slamming on the brakes while maneuvering, going through turns too quickly, and accelerating suddenly to prevent skids.

Rear-facing infant or child restraint systems are risky to use in passenger seats with active frontal airbags because they put children in danger of being killed or seriously hurt if the airbag deploys.

Convex mirrors, which offer a broader field of view but can distort reality by making objects appear smaller and further away, are available on some automobiles. Drivers should examine the accuracy of the mirrors in their car.

When your car is moving, do not turn the ignition switch to the “lock” position. You risk losing control if the steering wheel locks as a result and you try to turn it.

In slick or wet weather, never use the cruise control. According to your owner’s manual, you should only utilize it under optimal driving circumstances.

On ice, stopping can need up to ten times the average braking distance.

If you experience dizziness or fatigue while your car is running, carbon monoxide poisoning could be the cause.

Turn off the engine and take in a lot of fresh air. If your car catches fire, pull over right away and extricate everyone. Avoid opening the hood since doing so can spread the fire. Get far enough away from the car.

Never use your hand to push down on a stuck gas pedal because you can lose control of the car.

Verify if you are covered to drive the vehicle by the insurance. For instance, some insurance categories only permit drivers with at least ten years of driving experience to use a vehicle. You are in charge of making sure your car is adequately insured for usage on your road test. ICBC expressly reserves the right to determine whether your vehicle is covered in the event of a claim, but accepts no responsibility in any way for ensuring that it is insured properly. If you have any concerns about your coverage, speak to your neighborhood Auto plan broker. If you intend to rent a car, ask the rental company if you are permitted to use it for your road test before you rent it.

To demonstrate that a vehicle is insured, the license plate must display a decal that is still valid. A driver who is found driving without valid insurance could be fined heavily.

Driving without a current driving license or learner’s permit, or without the appropriate class of license, or in violation of any licensing requirements or restrictions, could void your insurance policy. This implies that your insurance claim may be rejected if you have an accident. You can be liable for the expenses associated with your own injuries, as well as any harm that you might cause to other people, their property, or your own car.

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Class 4 - Part 1

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Vehicles that are required to stop at all uncontrolled railway crossings

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Avoid lane change in

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For Bus, truck, heavy vehicle – following distance should be –

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For taxi, limousine, ambulance, van – following distance should be –

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If the checkpoint is reached before the count is finished, what should you do?

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27% greenhouse gases by transportation out of which………….. by heavy duty vehicles.

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ATC (Automatic traction control)

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ABS prevents

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While drive through water on the roadway-

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You can be fined as much as ....... for not adjusting brakes correctly

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Tachnometer indicates

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Brake fade – occurs when your brakes stop working properly because

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If both double- stopping distance becomes

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If speed doubles- stopping distance becomes

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If weight doubles- stopping distance becomes

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Reaction time is the time it takes

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The final factor in stopping vehicle -

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Who must use your written trip inspection report to record all defects found during your trip inspection

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All trip inspection reports must be given to the carrier within

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All commercial vehicles that fall under NSC must be inspected

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In which direction you should walk while inspecting your vehicle on highway

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Which one of the following vehicle is not included in the National safety code program-

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Test/check the brakes of the school bus

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In which public passenger vehicle, you must have lights include

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Which one of the following, you may not refuse to transport as a passenger if

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You may have up to 2 passengers sitting on your right side in a sedan type vehicle, but only if

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It is illegal to smoke in any motor vehicle when there are any passengers under

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While taking on and letting off passengers, you should stop your vehicle so that other vehicles can see your vehicle from

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While taking on and letting off passengers, how much space you should leave on left side

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For every 10 psi underinflated, how much fuel is wasted

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