·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
1.
External lights specific to school buses that drivers must inspect could include all of the following except:
2.
The kingpin is a cylindrical piece of metal protruding down from the apron, it has a base which is near the apron, shank or the narrow section of the kingpin where the locking jaws connect, and the head or the part furthest from the apron. What should you check the kingpin for?
3.
To test the service brake test you will need to have the trailer air supply valve in, parking brake in, and the hand brake released. How do you test the service brake?
4.
Tire tread depth depends on the axle. The depth should be no less than ______ for the steer axle, and _____ for any other axle.
5.
Lug nuts (that hold the rim to the axle) should be checked for?
6.
When checking the lights at the front of the vehicle what should you check for?
7.
Which of the following is not an engine compartment belt?
8.
Engine compartment belts should have play of no more than:
9.
Additional dash indicators specific to school buses include flashing amber lights indicator, strobe light indicator, and:
10.
At the rear of the tractor there are still a few things to check, what are they?