Table of Contents
- 1 How do you do a pre-trip inspection?
- 2 What do you say in a pre trip inspection?
- 3 Why should you put the ignition key in your pocket during the pre-trip inspection?
- 4 What is pre trip inspection?
- 5 Why should you back toward the driver side?
- 6 What is a dot pre-trip inspection and how to do one?
- 7 What is a pre-Drive inspection and why is it important?
How do you do a pre-trip inspection?
Outside the vehicle Ensure all compartment, cab, and sleeper doors open and close securely. Check all cargo is properly secured with undamaged, unworn load covering and securement devices. Inspect coupling devices for loose or missing fasteners. Inspect exhaust system for leaks, including within the driver cab area.
Where should the ignition key be during the pre trip inspection?
A In your pocket. Step 4: Make sure the parking brake is set, turn off the engine, and take the key with you.
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.
What are the components to be inspected in pre-trip and why?
Pre-Trip Inspection Practice Questions There will also be questions regarding the windshield wipers and free play in the steering wheel. Lights And Brakes Section will include questions about dashboard indicator lights, inspecting the parking brakes, and doing a leakdown test on the air brakes.
Why should you put the ignition key in your pocket during the pre-trip inspection?
Question: For what reason do you keep the starter switch key in your pocket during the pre-trip inspection? Answer: So no one moves the vehicle while you are inspecting underneath it.
What are some key steering system parts?
Essential Power Steering Parts and What they do
- General System Function. In a modern power steering system, the pump provides power steering fluid under pressure to the rack and pinion unit.
- Power Steering Pump.
- Rack and Pinion.
- Steering Yoke.
- Steering Coupler.
- Tie Rod Ends.
- Power Steering Hoses.
What is pre trip inspection?
Pre-trip inspections allow truck drivers to ensure their tractor and trailer are safe to operate before hitting the road. Failure to take the time to complete a pre-trip could result in dangerous situations for both you the driver and the motoring public.
Where should the key be during a pre-trip inspection?
A In your pocket.
Why should you back toward the driver side?
Back to the driver’s side so you can see better. Backing toward the right side is very dangerous because you can’t see as well. If you back and turn toward the driver’s side, you can watch the rear of your vehicle by looking out the side window.
Do I need to do a pre-trip inspection before my test?
Yes, before you go down for your driver’s test, you should, and I would highly, highly recommend that you do a pre-trip inspection on your vehicle before you head down for your road test. And if you’re going with a driving school, make sure you ask the driving instructor, if in fact he or she did do a pre-trip inspection.
What is a dot pre-trip inspection and how to do one?
If you are, you’ll quickly become familiar with DOT pre-trip inspections and how to do one. A pre-trip inspection is simply a thorough check of your truck to make sure everything is functioning before you get behind the wheel.
What is a pre-trip check for truck drivers?
Pre-trip checks are in place because not all drivers understand the importance of doing a safety check before they hop behind the wheel. When you drive a massive truck, you have a massive responsibility to keep the road safe.
What is a pre-Drive inspection and why is it important?
The pre-drive inspection should be part of any defensive driving program. This important task can help identify problems with your vehicle before it gets on the road. Many accidents can be prevented by conducting a pre-drive inspection. It normally only takes a few minutes to conduct a pre-drive inspection.