312958. NZTA Class 2 Driving tests No 1

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  1. What is the maximum distance a vehicle or its load may extend forward from the front edge of the driver's seat (in its rearmost position)?
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    A. 2m
    B. 4m
    C. 5m
    D. 3m
    D. 3m
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. What is the maximum height from the ground permitted for a vehicle, including its load?
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    A. 3.25m plus 25mm for lashings,
    B. 5.25m plus 25mm for lashings,
    C. 4.25m plus 25mm for lashings,
    D. 4.75m plus 25mm for lashings,
    E. 3.75m plus 25mm for lashings,
    C. 4.25m plus 25mm for lashings,
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. What is the maximum width allowed for a vehicle (other than an agricultural vehicle) including its load?
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    A. 3.5m
    B. 4m
    C. 2m
    D. 2.5m
    E. 3m
    D. 2.5m
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. What is the additional width allowable for fasteners used in securing loads?
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    A. 25mm each side
    B. 50mm each side
    C. 75mm each side
    D. 100mm each side
    A. 25mm each side
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. What is the maximum width permitted for a vehicle and its load either side of the longitudinal centre line?
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    A. 2.5m
    B. 2m
    C. 1.5m
    D. 1.25m
    D. 1.25m
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. Which of these aren't goods services? Check all that apply.
    A. A vehicle recovery service
    B. A service (carrying goods for personal use) that is not operated for more than seven days in a 12-month period
    C. The carrying - in a vehicle, under a passenger service licence - of goods that belong to passengers
    D. Moving animals
    E. Moving mail
    The correct answer is A,B,C Correct. Moving animals and mail are classed as goods services; the others aren't.
  7. On a two-axle truck, what is the forward distance?
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    A. The distance between the front axis to the front of the vehicle or its load
    B. The distance between the rear axis to the front of the vehicle or its load
    C. The distance between the mid-point of the rear and front axis to the front of the vehicle or load
    B. The distance between the rear axis to the front of the vehicle or its load
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. On a rigid vehicle that has two axle sets and is steered by the front axle set, where is the front axis?
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    A. The centre point of the foremost axle
    B. The centre point of the driver's seat
    C. The centre point of the front bumper
    D. The centre point of the rear of the cab
    A. The centre point of the foremost axle
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. A vehicle has two load-sharing axles spaced 1.5 metres apart. What kind of axle set is this?
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    A. Twin-steer axle
    B. Tri-axle
    C. Tandem axle
    D. Double-axle
    C. Tandem axle
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  10. Apart from the maximum allowable body or load height of 4.25 metres for a heavy motor vehicle, what additional height is allowed for tarpaulins and lashings used to secure a load?
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    A. 25mm
    B. 50mm
    C. 100mm
    D. 75mm
    A. 25mm
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  11. What is the maximum forward distance for a heavy rigid vehicle without a tow coupling?
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    A. 10m
    B. 9.5m
    C. 8.5m
    D. 9m
    B. 9.5m
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  12. For a heavy rigid vehicle whose rear-most axle is a non-steering axle, the maximum rear overhang permitted including its load is the lesser of:
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    A. 4m or 70% of the wheelbase
    B. 4m or 60% of the wheelbase
    C. 3m or 70% of the wheelbase
    D. 3m or 60% of the wheelbase
    A. 4m or 70% of the wheelbase
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  13. What is the maximum overall length for a heavy rigid vehicle including its load when not towing a trailer?
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    A. 12m
    B. 12.6m
    C. 12.9m
    D. 12.3m
    B. 12.6m
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  14. What should you do after driving on an uneven surface?
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    A. Check your load
    B. Have a rest
    C. Check tyre pressures
    D. Speed up so you don't run out of time
    A. Check your load
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  15. What is the combined rated strength of lashings placed over rigid loads on heavy motor vehicles where loaded against a headboard?
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    A. Half the weight of the load
    B. Twice the weight of the load
    C. The weight of the load
    C. The weight of the load
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  16. When you are checking your load, what is the most important thing to look for?
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    A. Load height
    B. Load security
    C. Load width
    D. Load weight
    B. Load security
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  17. How much weight (sideways) must load restraint systems be able to withstand?
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    A. The weight of the load
    B. Twice the weight of the load
    C. Half the weight of the load
    C. Half the weight of the load
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  18. Uncovered, loose bulk loads are liable to fall from the vehicle if they are higher than:
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    A. The same height as the vehicle body
    B. 100mm higher than the height of the vehicle body
    C. 100mm below the side of the vehicle body
    D. 200mm below the side of the vehicle body
    C. 100mm below the side of the vehicle body
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  19. When should you check your load? Check all that apply.
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    A. After driving in snow and/or heavy rain
    B. After driving over uneven ground
    C. Every 200km
    D. After each rest stop
    • B. After driving over uneven ground
    • D. After each rest stop
  20. Who is responsible to see that a load is correctly loaded and secure?

    A. The manufacturer of the truck/trailer
    B. The company you work for
    C. The driver
    D. The supplier of the goods
    C. The driver
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  21. A load of 10 tonnes carried on a rigid truck with no headboard is secured by two tie downs. What must the combined strength of the tie downs be?
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    A. 15 tonnes
    B. 10 tonnes
    C. 20 tonnes
    D. 5 tonnes
    C. 20 tonnes
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  22. A load of 15 tonne carried on a rigid truck with a headboard is secured by two tie downs. What must the combined strength of the tie downs be equal to or stronger than?
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    A. 5 tonnes
    B. 20 tonnes
    C. 15 tonnes
    D. 10 tonnes
    C. 15 tonnes
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  23. Anchor points to which lashings are secured must have a strength of at least:
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    A. At least the rated strength of the lashings
    B. Twice the rated strength of the lashings
    C. Half the rated strength of the lashings
    A. At least the rated strength of the lashings
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  24. If a driver (other than a taxi driver) is subject to work time requirements, what is the maximum continuous period of work time allowed before a minimum 30-minute break is required?
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    A. 6 hours
    B. 5 hours
    C. 5.5 hours
    D. 4.5 hours
    C. 5.5 hours
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  25. If a driver is subject to work time requirements, what is the maximum period of work time permitted in any cumulative work day?
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    A. 13 hours
    B. 14 hours
    C. 11 hours
    D. 12 hours
    A. 13 hours
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  26. If a driver is subject to work time requirements, what is the maximum period of work time permitted in any cumulative work period?
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    A. 70 hours
    B. 90 hours
    C. 60 hours
    D. 80 hours
    A. 70 hours
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  27. If a driver is subject to work time requirements, what is the minimum continuous rest time to be taken before a new cumulative work period commences?
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    A. 15 hours
    B. 36 hours
    C. 10 hours
    D. 24 hours
    D. 24 hours
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  28. Failure by a driver to produce an approved logbook when requested by an enforcement officer is an offence. If you are convicted of this offence, you may be disqualified or fined. What is the maximum you can be fined?

    A. $10,000
    B. $5,000
    C. $25,000
    D. $2,000
    D. $2,000
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  29. Every driver of a vehicle for which a logbook is required must retain the logbook. For what period of time after the last entry must the logbook be retained?
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    A. 12 months
    B. 36 month
    C. 24 months
    D. 0 months
    B. 36 month
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  30. How many logbooks must a driver maintain?

    A. 1
    B. 2 - one for you and one for your employer C. As many as required as long as information isn't duplicated
    A. 1
  31. What information about the vehicle must be included in the driver's logbook? Check any that apply.
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    A. Registration number
    B. Truck make (e.g. Mack)
    C. Number of axles
    D. Start and finish distance recorder readings (if subject to road user charges)
    E. Load rating
    • A. Registration number
    • D. Start and finish distance recorder readings (if subject to road user charges)
  32. Providing the manufacturer's tyre and axle ratings are not exceeded, what is the maximum weight permitted on a twin-tyred axle?
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    A. 7200kg
    B. 8200kg
    C. 9200kg
    D. 6200kg
    B. 8200kg
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  33. What does gross weight mean?
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    A. The weight of a rigid or combination vehicle including accessories and equipment, but minus the load
    B. The weight of the rigid or combination vehicle not including the load or accessories or equipment
    C. The weight of a rigid or combination vehicle, together with any load it is carrying (including accessories and equipment)
    D. The weight of the load a rigid or combination vehicle is carrying
    C. The weight of a rigid or combination vehicle, together with any load it is carrying (including accessories and equipment)
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  34. Where would you get an overweight permit from?
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    A. The police
    B. The yard foreman
    C. Your local NZTA office
    D. The local council
    C. Your local NZTA office
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  35. Providing a manufacturer's tyre and axle ratings permit it, what is the maximum weight allowed on a single standard-tyred axle?
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    A. 8200kg
    B. 6000kg
    C. 4000kg
    D. 7200kg
    B. 6000kg
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  36. What is the tare weight of the vehicle?
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    A. The maximum weight of the load plus the vehicle
    B. The maximum load weight
    C. The vehicle's unladen weight
    D. The weight of the vehicle minus the load weight
    C. The vehicle's unladen weight
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  37. What types of vehicle can you drive on a Class 2 licence. Check all that apply.
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    A. A rigid vehicle (including any tractor) with a GLW of more than 6000kg but less than 18,000kg
    B. A combination vehicle (that is not a tractor/trailer combination) with a GCW of not more than 12,000kg
    C. A combination vehicle (that is not a tractor) consisting of a rigid vehicle with a GLW of 18,000kg or less towing a light trailer (GLW of 3500kg or less)
    D. A rigid vehicle with a GLW of more than 18,000kg that has no more than two axles E. A tractor with a GLW of more than 6000kg but not more than 18,000kg, if driven at a speed over 30km/h
    The correct answer is A,B,C,D,E
  38. What is the maximum speed limit for a heavy motor vehicle, other than a school bus?
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    A. 90kph
    B. 85kph
    C. 95kph
    D. 80kph
    A. 90kph
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  39. You see this sign, but you are travelling in a heavy motor vehicle. What is the maximum speed you can travel in this area?
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    A. 65kph
    B. 70kph
    C. 60kph
    D. 50kph
    B. 70kph
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  40. On a heavy motor vehicle fitted with a windscreen, where should the road user licence be displayed?
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    A. Inside the windscreen on the passenger's side
    B. Inside the windscreen on the driver's side C. On the cover of the log book
    D. On the bumper in an approved clamp
    A. Inside the windscreen on the passenger's side
  41. How often do you have to renew your endorsement to carry dangerous goods?
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    A. 3 years
    B. 1 year
    C. 5 years
    D. 2 years
    C. 5 years
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  42. Whose responsibility is it to ensure a permit is carried for overweight or over
    dimensional loads?


    A. The company you work for
    B. The manufacturer of the truck/trailer
    C. The supplier of the goods
    D. The driver
    D. The driver
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  43. Where must a road user licence be displayed when a heavy trailer is being towed? Check all that apply.
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    A. Inside the windscreen on the passenger's side
    B. Inside the windscreen on the driver's side C. On the cover of the log book
    D. On the front left side of the trailer
    E. On the front right side of the trailer
    • A. Inside the windscreen on the passenger's side
    • D. On the front left side of the trailer
  44. What weight limits must be included on a loading certificate for a heavy motor vehicle?
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    A. Tare weight in kg
    B. Gross laden weight in kg
    C. Gross combination weight in kg (if the vehicle has a towing connection)
    D. All of the above
    D. All of the above
  45. What is the lowest class of licence required to drive a combination vehicle that has a gross combined weight of 14,000kg?
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    A. Class 2
    B. Class 4
    C. Class 5
    D. Class 6
    E. Class 3
    E. Class 3
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  46. From what distance must the rear lights be visible
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    A. 50m
    B. 200m
    C. 150m
    D. 100m
    D. 100m
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  47. Must a driver do a pre-trip safety inspection?

    A. No. Only if the load has been changed
    B. Yes. It's for safety reasons
    C. Yes. It's a legal requirement
    B. Yes. It's for safety reasons
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  48. Why must a driver do a pre-trip safety inspection? Check all that apply
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    A. It's a legal requirement
    B. You can check the load is secured
    C. You can check for safety issues
    D. It reduces the risks of receiving a fine or being issued with a non-operation order
    The correct answer is B,C,D
  49. A heavy vehicle has a gross vehicle mass (GVM) exceeding:
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    A. 3500kg
    B. 3000kg
    C. 4500kg
    D. 4000kg
    A. 3500kg
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
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312958. NZTA Class 2 Driving tests No 1
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