Pre-Trip Inspection Certification Test- MyCity Transporation
Cell Phone # (incl. area code)
Pre-trip inspections should be performed:
The driver vehicle inspection checklist, or DVIR is:
a place to record the condition of the vehicle for each inspection.
a way to make sure that essential maintenance has been performed and that the vehicle is safe to operate.
both A and B.
The first step of an inspection is to:
inspect the vehicle as you approach, looking for leaks and other visible damage.
start the vehicle to see how it sounds.
ask other drivers if the vehicle is working okay.
Which is more important, pre-trip inspection or post-trip inspection?
Pre-trip, because it helps start the day out right.
Post-trip, to identify problems that occurred during the route.
Both are equally important to keeping the vehicle operating safely and efficiently.
The minimum tread depth for a front vehicle tire is:
Keeping the passenger compartment clean is not something that drivers need to worry about.
You should check the rims for:
missing or loose lug nuts.
both A and B.
What could happen if you didn't inspect the securement system including all belts in the securement area?
Nothing, the belts last forever.
A passenger who is not belted with a proper working belt could be hurt in the event of a sudden stop.
Maintenance has to worry about it, not you.
Why do you put your parking brake on when you are doing the inspection inside the driver's area?
So the vehicle doesn't roll.
It is a double check that the parking brake indicator comes on.
To test the brake light in the rear of the vehicle.
If you're out on the route and hear a strange noise coming from your vehicle, you should:
finish the route and report the problem to maintenance when you return to the yard.
immediately stop and check the problem out.
just ignore it...as long as the vehicle can move, it will be okay.
Please complete the captcha before submitting the form.
Never submit passwords through Google Forms.
This form was created inside of innovationsystems.biz.
Terms of Service