Free Maine CDL School Bus Practice Test 2023

Do you want to become a bus driver? You are looking for good source material for your coming CDL test? You are in the right place. Our Maine CDL Practice Test is a great resource for beginners. The test is designed for you to have exactly the experience of the exam as you will be more familiar with both the test format and the subject. Each question is based on the official Maine CDL Manual so you can be sure that the information in our test is accurate and relevant to your examination. In addition, each question has a detailed explanation so that it is very useful for you to learn from your mistakes. Preparing well before test day with questions and content that we cover. Start with our Free Maine CDL School Bus Practice Test today and pass your CDL endorsement exam!

Our CDL practice tests:
Based on 2021 ME commercial driver's license manual
Full answers + detailed explanations
Perfect for first-time, renewal applicants
ME CDL School Bus Test format:
20 questions
16 correct answers to pass
80% passing score
List of questions
How should you use your brakes if your vehicle is equipped with anti-lock brakes?
What are you able to see when the outside crossover mirrors are adjusted properly?
When stopping, bus transmission should be ____________.
ABS malfunction lamps will be what color?
If the bus gets stuck or stalls while crossing the tracks:
What is the minimum tread depth of steering axle tires?
In an emergency braking situation in a vehicle with ABS you should not:
It's important that a warning signal comes on before the air pressure in the tank falls below _______.
Which of the following is a set that you should perform when you are backing up bus without a look out?
If there is a white line painted on the pavement before the tracks, you must:
In flat mirrors you should be able to see?
What mirrors are used to monitor traffic and to check clearances and students on the sides and to the rear of the bus?
Once you have completed your school route, check for ________.
All of the following are good tips on handling serious student issues except:
Monitoring passenger activity inside the bus is done mainly using:
Why should you evacuate yourself and the students to a safe place that is 100 ft. away from the road?
How many feet away from the bus should you evacuate the students when there is a risk of a spilled hazardous material?
Which of the following statements about loading and unloading students is true?
When going over multiple-track crossings, you should:
What does ABS stand for?