·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.
What interior lights do you need to check?
2.
In the engine compartment there are four fluids you must check, they are?
3.
External lights specific to school buses that drivers must inspect could include all of the following except:
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.
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?
6.
To check coolant level, remove the radiator cap:
7.
When you check the Fuel tank you can also say you would check the same items on the air tanks. What should these two items be checked for?
8.
If a trailer is equipped with a cargo lift, drivers should do all of the following except:
9.
At the rear of the tractor there are still a few things to check, what are they?
10.
Emergency equipment should be include spare fuses, a fire extinguisher, and: