·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
What should you check the steering linkage for?
As part of your suspension inspection, you will check for cracks, leaks, or damage to all of the following except:
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?
In the engine compartment there are four major belt or gear driven components. What are they?
When inspecting buses, passenger seat frames should be free from damage and:
The first thing you should check or do when you sit in the driver's seat is?
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?
Additional emergency equipment that school buses are required to carry are first aid emergency kits and:
In-cab gauges that will be checked during pre-trip inspection include all of these except:
Brake pads should be checked for?