Jeff Pickering: When I read " There is no sign questions on this quiz" A red flag popped
up. Sorry, no longer interested in looking any further.
Jessica English: I got 12 out of 29....uh oh
Joanne Bilodeau: DO NOT trust this video !!! Many wrong answers ! You'll get totally
stanpollard: you got 2 23 questions
Pipeliner all day: These questions aren't even in the dmv
fthrcast: Under service braking use (not emergency use) , pressure is built higher in
the brake chambers when you press the brake pedal through the threttle
valve (one way valve) , which increases the pressure on the sealed spring
side of the chamber. This causes the spring to actually have more room in
the chamber , but at the same time reduces the position of the chamber seal
/ push rod assembly. From there that movement twists a large brake rod that
opens the brake calipers or diaphrams.
fthrcast: I have the MTO Truck Driver Handbook 2010 in front of me. "Hours of service
requirement" : A driver must have 10hrs. off-duty in a day (which only
leaves 14hrs. of available on-duty time available.) If 13hrs are allowed
for driving on-duty , it only leaves you 1 hr. of on-duty time to claim for
loading/unloading in such a case of using the maximum # of driving hrs.
DeadStar79: Question #19 is another. The correct answer is 14 hours on on-duty time,
not 15 hours as you have selected. In both Canada and USA, 14 is the max.
Another question is who is considered the operator. I believe it's the
company and the driver. Not the owner of the truck. Last, the DRIVER and
only the driver is responsible for an overweight load. The shipper has
nothing to do with it. Thanks again dude. It's a great video with these
420homegrown420: Save your time even in Canada half these answers are wrong
William Verheyen: Your video didn't help me when I wrote the test. Most of these questions
were not even on the exam. But what I did, was purchase the truck drivers
handbook and studied it for 6 hours. There are actually 20 questions on the
exam and 2 pages of road signs that you have to identify. You are allowed 4
mistakes in total. I passed the exam with ease and would recommend, that
all you that are going for your license, do it the right way and don't
expect a video will help you pass.
gateway641: Note there are 2 # 23 questions
playhooky: Yes people - he is Canadian/it is for a Canadian license test.
coolbreeze: Finaly (?)# 27 "YOU NEVER EVER PULL OVER ON THE SIDE OF THE ROAD GOING UP A
HILL INLESS IT'S AN EMERCANCY. GOING UP A HILL SLOW YOU SHOULD BE IN THE
MOST FAR RIGHT LANE WITH UR FLASHERS ON. THERE IS ONE MORE REASON YOU
SHOULD HIT THE SHOULDER GOING UP A HILL IF UR SPEED DROPS TO 24-15 MPH RUN
UP THE SHOULDER W/CAUTION KEEP UR FLASHERS ON.
fthrcast: Being that fines are $400 / offense charged with , if convicted that could
be high , if your driving times are proved false , your sleeper times are
proved false , your logbooks are in total disarray according to your actual
movements/driving destinations etc. You can also be charged with making a
false statement pertaining to a legal document. Which is what a logbook is.
Worst case scenario , if you follow the off-duty rule of 10hrs. (while
included sleep) - it's a false statement risk only.
EDS5ful: What about for USA linces test???? I need the actual test ..please because,
I've only have 2 days to get the linces class A.
153eddy: Thanks for this video. It is a good practice test and very well done.
ljpinkpanther67: @DeadStar79 no kiddin eh, doesnt have a clue what hes talking about!!!
Salvador Zavala: This is wrong giving others false answers. most of them are wrong and were
did you get yous cause we are not in canada or have 8 day cycles Or pull
over going uphill for other vehicles to pass ..... dubm dubm dubm
coolbreeze: Nice idea and in some ways informative. You have about 6 questions you
asked and then answred. Your answers are wrong. questions 7,8,9,,19,20,and
27. Other then that not bad. (?)#7 the driver U-R responsible for your own
load if it's over weight adjust ur tandoms make that weight legal. (?)# 8
You the driver R responsible to make sure YOUR truck is safe to drive thats
were the PRE-TRIP inspection comes in (?)9 How often is a circle check
preformed TWICE A DAY (PRE-TRIP AND POST TRIP inspections
fthrcast: As per the Official MTO Air Brake Handbook , the early warning light &
buzzer combination safety feature should kick in between 55-60psi or
slightly higher. Normal operating range is 80-135psi (cut out). Since air
brakes rely upon air to compress the brake chamber springs into a release
condition (springs in brake chambers open to apply the brakes : IE -
emergency brakes) , an air loss or lack thereof is what allows the spring
to create automatic emergency brakes.
LeeGarveyOzwald: The question counter counts question 23 twice
fthrcast: Basically , take note that each state line , and each province will have an
open scale to catch cheaters. So.. make sure you update your logbooks just
prior to entering a state or province , or just prior to leaving a state of
province. Windsor is the worst , claiming they know the actual mileages
from anywhere east or west of their location , which they will calculate at
the roadspeed to arrive at a estimated time that you should be there. They
have nothing else but the eastbound side.
J adams: Wheres this from the UK? why are the tire depths in MMs?
Tim Davis: Some questions are right but enough are wrong not to trust this video! Get
yourself the truck handbook and air brake handbook to study for yourself.
The Crochet Crowd should delete this video and go back to crocheting so you
don't mess up peoples lively hoods! Thank God I saw the other posts and got
myself the books to study! I just wish I noticed the other posts before
wasting my time with this piece of crap video!
coolbreeze: BUT DON'T STOP ON THE SHOULDER
DeadStar79: Thank you for making this video. I did use it while preparing for my "A"
written test. There is definitely some misleading information here though.
I'd like to share a couple in hopes that people get the proper information:
Question #6, the correct answer is actually 13.5 feet, which is not an
option. The answer is 13 feet 6 inches, which is 13 and a half feet (13.5
or 13 1/2), not 13.6 (which would be 13'8").
fthrcast: Me = ACZ since 1998 , Canada / US (all states including California).
Derk Bril: wow so wrong
Alex Jones: Thanks Yes it is for Canada Licence A
fthrcast: Best rule of thumb for a longhaul driver : get 8hrs. of sleep and follow
the 10hr. / day off-duty rule. That is a legal must. Then.... you have 14
hrs. to play with every day. Make sure you don't overdrive your distances ,
as the Windsor scale checks your mileage from whereever you last logged ,
to where you are then - calculating the time it should take. They don't
check Odometers though specifically. They look for Michigan crossing
drivers who enter Canada. It's a fine for sure.
dodik147: i had 11 corekt i think i didint pas fore firs time :-(
carlos4u123: pero what the anwers
NOE D'LEON: ey guys he tray to help. becuase no body do this for free so if you don't
like it . don't see it.thank you for your help.
fthrcast: If you were to apply added pressure to the seal/push rod side of the brake
chamber , you would only be compressing the chamber main spring closed.
Since this releases the brakes - that would not work. Besides , the
seal/push rod end of the brake chamber is not sealed , it is open to allow
methol alcohol to be injected into the seals , where brakes become frozen
through a hole which only has a plastic or rubber debris plug. It is not a
seal , plus the pushrod actually protrudes the chamber end
fthrcast: @TheStraydog1981 : You are correct about driving on the shoulder , as is
being suggested. You can be fined , and also run into road signs too. I
think he left out the part that would suggest that there is actually a
specific lane designed , of a short distance , to allow passing on some
hills. Which means , you should pull to any existing right lane , to allow
other drivers to pass , when it is safe to do so. (lane must exist).
fthrcast: Hydraulic brakes work by pressure being exerted upon a hydraulic valve
(which is part of the brake pedal or system) to compress hydraulic fluid -
causing the brake calipers or brake diaphrams to move or extend. Once they
extend , the shoes or pads make contact with either a rotor or drum.
Airbrakes have a threttle valve under your foot (brake pedal) , which
releases air pressure from the entire system - causing the brake chamber
spring to open , creating movement of the calipers or diaphrams.
Sahej Randhawa: thanks alot bud for the video it is definately really helpful.
NickBlackDIN: Woo ^.^ I'm still in the process of looking for a reasonable trucking
school and I only got 3 wrong using common sense alone, and I got the 3
wrong due to being over cautious. (I said 2x circle check, and 3MM for rear
tread as well as front, and that only the Driver was responsible for a safe
truck. but, hey, all way's room for improvement ^.^ cheers! and thanks for
fthrcast: This video was an excellent idea , and it was done well - except for the
misleading or incorrect informations it contains. Being that the Driver's
Handbook has 8 G Class Multiple choice test questions contained within it
(complete with answers) and the Truck Handbook has 19 test questions
contained with it (but doesn't have any answers) , this video should be
corrected and used to help out those drivers who are going to write their
written tests , without uploading the entire list of questions.
fthrcast: If you follow the 10hrs. / day off-duty stipulation , you are far better
off - having filled out your logbook that way when it comes to law
enforcement officers/MTO officers. It is when you don't do so , that you
will end up being shut down because you are delving into specific rules
that will make it so that you "admit" you drove too much , or you didn't
sleep enough. I always log the 8 hrs. of sleep with the intention of
sleeping , with the 10 hr. off-duty rule in mind / day. Hope that help
47bud: Ya a lot of this wasn't accurate for me. Depending on where you live it's
different. Is this test for Canadians?
Nancy Jo Heart: glad I red the comments before wasting my time.
boroklin: Guess it's wrong !
JimmTwo: I stand corrected...the only questions I can't verify are #21 #22 and #24
as per the Ontario Truck driving hand book. thanks again
jesse james: Had 30 questions but just had # 23 on there twice
coolbreeze: (?)# 19 hours of service 14/11 witch means you can drive 11hrs with in a 14
hr period. Unloadingand loading do not fall into this rule. why because you
are not driviing. You can unload and load all night if you want to. (?)#20
the answer is not 60 it's 70. 70 hr rule witch means you can drive your
14/11 with in a 70 hr rule period b4 you have to do a 34hr reset.
fthrcast: If you allowed your airbrake system to reach 25-45psi , you would be
risking having the entire tractor and trailer units come to a skidding stop
while in a traffic lane. As soon as the "low air" warning device/s are
triggered , you should immediately look for a place to pull over to the
right. The minimum normal pressure is 80psi (which is when the air
compressor should cut-in) . Stopping at 135psi through a cut-out pressure
valve. Make NO MISTAKE.
frank perez: Wrong wrong the driver is the operator and you are fully responsible not
lee schlosser: Not bad
sshawnw: I'm starting my Truck training at Humber College Feb 1 Air Brake this
weekend. I thought the Ontario Book was very poor. Hardly any information