- 1 How many points is a pre trip inspection?
- 2 What do you say in a pre trip inspection?
- 3 How do you cross railroad tracks on a school bus?
- 4 How do you check air brakes on a bus?
- 5 How long does pre-trip inspection take?
- 6 What is a Level 1 DOT inspection?
- 7 When should I get post trip inspection?
- 8 When you do a walk around inspection you should check?
- 9 Is a pre-trip inspection required?
How many points is a pre trip inspection?
The pre – trip inspection presents 15 defects, five of which are worth 12 points and 10 of which are worth four points. The highest score possible is 100 points. The skills test challenges drivers with six obstacles, or “problems,” each of which are worth up to 50 points.
What do you say in a pre trip inspection?
The Pre – Trip Inspection is a verbal test. Say at least 2 things about every item you inspect. Point to, or touch, every item that you inspect. Mention all damaged items to the tester.
How do you cross railroad tracks on a school bus?
Stop the bus within not less than 15 feet or more than 50 feet from the rails nearest the front of the bus. On multiple-lane roads, stop only in the right lane unless it is necessary to make a left turn immediately after crossing the railroad tracks.
How do you check air brakes on a bus?
Start the bus and let the air pressure build to at least 90 psi. Step on the brake pedal and put the bus into gear. Slowly take your foot off the brake and gently press the accelerator. The bus should not move.
How long does pre-trip inspection take?
It is the driver’s responsibility to ensure the vehicle is safe for operation and is free from defects. Currently, there are no guidelines as to how long a pre – trip inspection should take. If you check everything you should be checking, a full inspection should take you approximately 30 to 50 minutes.
What is a Level 1 DOT inspection?
A level 1 inspection, or the North American Standard Inspection, is the most thorough DOT inspection. It’s a detailed inspection of both the truck and the truck driver. The inspector will examine your seat belt, tail lamps, steering wheel, exhaust system, and everything required for driving safely.
When should I get post trip inspection?
Guidance: Section 396.11(a) requires every driver to prepare a DVIR at the completion of each day’s work on each vehicle operated. A driver who operates two or more vehicles in a 24-hour-period must prepare a DVIR at the completion of the tour of duty in each vehicle.
When you do a walk around inspection you should check?
Name some things you should check on the front of your vehicle during the walk – around inspection.
- Go to front of vehicle and check that low beams are on and both of the 4-way flashers are working.
- Push dimmer switch and check that high beams work.
- Turn off headlights and 4-way, hazard warning flashers.
Is a pre-trip inspection required?
They’re required under federal law. The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) requires pre – trip inspections before each haul. The driver must be satisfied that all parts are in good working order. So a driver taking a multi-day trip must perform an inspection each day.