Truck Safety Quiz

The quiz is in 6 parts. You may save this quiz after completing each section to complete at a different time. Each question is worth 10 points.

Aggressive Driving

1.

Which of the following are common examples of aggressive driving?

 
 
 
 
2.

Tailgating other trucks is not dangerous because they are less likely to brake quickly.

 
 
3.

An adequate following distance provides adequate time to perceive a hazard, react by applying the brakes, and for the truck to stop.

 
 
4.

The video suggests which following distance formula?

 
 
5.

Based on the above formula, a 70-foot truck traveling at 60 mph would need how much following distance?

 
 
 
 
6.

If another driver has the right of way and has to slow down, change lanes, or take evasive action based on your driving, you are probably driving aggressively.

 
 
7.

Lane change accident reduction techniques include:

 
 
 
 
8.

A trick relating to observing blind spots is to:

 
 
 
 
9.

When a truck pulls onto a roadway from a stop, side road, or driveway, the driver should:

 
 
 
10.

Professional drivers should watch for stale green lights, which are lights that have been green for a long time, so they’re prepared to stop when lights turn yellow.