LGV Test - 30

LGV Test - 30
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LGV Test - 30

Question 1 of 20

You've finished recoupling. How should you make sure that the tractor and trailer are secure?

Try to move forward with the trailer parking brake on

Reverse with the trailer parking brake on

Try to move forward with the trailer parking brake off

Reverse with the trailer parking brake off

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Question 2 of 20

Your vehicle has a maximum authorised mass of 40 tonnes. The tare weight is 10 tonnes. What's your maximum payload?

20 tonnes

30 tonnes

40 tonnes

50 tonnes

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Question 3 of 20

When is an articulated lorry most likely to jack-knife?

When it's carrying a high load

When its load is carried at the rear of the trailer

When it's unloaded

When it's fully loaded

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Question 4 of 20

What should you do if the load on your lorry becomes insecure?

Continue at a slower speed to ensure the load does not fall off

Attach 'hazard' boards to warn other road users

Park and re-secure the load before continuing

Inform base at the earliest opportunity

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Question 5 of 20

What additional training do you need before transporting frozen foods?

Packaging procedures

Weight distribution procedures

Waste handling procedures

Hygiene procedures

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Question 6 of 20

You're carrying another vehicle piggyback on your lorry. Chocks should be used to secure the wheels. What else should you use to secure the load?

Baffle plates

Axle stands

Restraining straps

A scaffolding bar

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Question 7 of 20

Which symbol on a lorry means it's likely to be carrying compressed gases?

A

B

C

D

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Question 8 of 20

How must spare sheets and ropes be carried on your trailer?

Laid out flat

Visible from the cab

Tied down securely

Stacked loosely

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Question 9 of 20

Which type of load would benefit most from being carried on a lorry fitted with road-friendly suspension?

Steel

Timber

Glass

Cables

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Question 10 of 20

What can result from overloading an axle?

Reduced braking efficiency

Reduced braking distance

Increased kerbside weight

Increased fuel efficiency

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Question 11 of 20

You're part-loading a lorry with an empty ISO container. Where should you position it on the trailer?

Close to the fifth wheel

Over the front axle

Close to the trailer edge

Over the rear axles

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Question 12 of 20

How should you adjust your mirrors after recoupling your trailer?

To give a full view of your load

To give a a clear view of both pairs of rear wheels

To give a a view down each side of the trailer

To give a view of the road on the other side

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Question 13 of 20

What's the main reason for covering a skip that you're transporting?

To prevent any spillage

To stop children climbing in

To keep the contents dry

To prevent theft

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Question 14 of 20

Which vehicle is most likely to be affected by ‘vehicle bounce’?

A long wheel-base empty vehicle

A short wheel-base laden vehicle

A short wheel-base empty vehicle

A long wheel-base laden vehicle

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Question 15 of 20

What will you need to transport livestock on journeys of less than 65 km (40 miles)?

Practical experience to care for animals

Membership of the RSPCA

No driving convictions

The ability to drive abroad

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Question 16 of 20

What could happen if you drive a double-deck lorry with the top deck loaded and the lower deck empty?

The lorry will become unstable under normal braking

The brakes will be less effective

The lorry may overturn when cornering

You will need to change gear more often

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Question 17 of 20

You're going to drive an articulated lorry with an ISO container on the trailer. How should the container be secured to the trailer?

The container is secured by ropes

The container must be secured using the locking levers

The container must be held up against the headboard

The container must be sealed

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Question 18 of 20

Your lorry has a demountable body. What should you check before demounting the body?

The rear doors are open

The legs are up

The body is unloaded and empty

The surface is firm and level

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Question 19 of 20

You're loading timber onto a flat-bed lorry. You want to cover it with sheets. Which sheet should be positioned first?

Front

Middle

Rear

Side

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Question 20 of 20

Which cargo needs to be transported at a controlled temperature?

Perishable foods

Barrels of beer

Cement

Silage

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