·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.
The battery and box and cover must be secure, generally free of corrosion, and:
2.
What are a few items you want to check while between the tractor and trailer?
3.
Drivers applying for Class A licenses must perform the pre-trip exam on a:
4.
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?
5.
Minimum tread depth on all tires except steer tires is:
6.
The apron is the metal plate welded on the bottom of the trailer that gives the 5th wheel a smooth surface for vehicle connection. What should you check the apron for?
7.
Shiny threads or rust trails on lug nuts could indicate:
8.
Before you start the vehicle you should check?
9.
To test the functionality of service brakes:
10.
Which of the following does not get checked in the engine compartment?