·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.
Dash indicator lights will be visible when testing:
2.
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?
3.
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?
4.
Fanning the brakes down further after the alarm and buzzer come on should result in the parking brake popping out for a single vehicle, and the parking brake and the trailer air supply popping out for a combination vehicle at?
5.
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?
6.
The steering wheel should be checked for?
7.
Not covering all areas of the air brake check during your exam:
8.
The trailer frame should be free of:
9.
The steering box should be checked for:
10.
At the rear of the tractor there are still a few things to check, what are they?