·This test will prepare you for the internal and external portions of the vehicle inspection exam, where you will be expected to be able to walk around your vehicle, touch items and explain to the examiner why items must be inspected before a trip.

List of questions
During pre-trip inspection, drivers will need to check fluid levels for:
Most 5th wheels are adjustable for weight distribution and turn clearance, these are called sliding 5th wheels, they have a release area that needs to be completely in and locked, and a locking mechanism. What locks the 5th wheel in place?
The 5th wheel has a release arm built into the side of it, it automatically locks the jaws around the kingpin when you connect the vehicles, but it can be pulled out to release the locking jaws for uncoupling. What is the correct position of the release arm when the vehicle is coupled?
In-cab gauges that will be checked during pre-trip inspection include all of these except:
A vehicle that is not equipped with electrical fuses:
What should you check each of the fluids in the engine compartment for?
Which gauge should be between 12-14, and in the green?
Brake drums (or discs) must not have cracks longer than:
On vehicles with power steering, steering wheel play should not exceed:
The dipstick must show the oil level: