- 1 What is normal to find in a pre-trip inspection?
- 2 What is the second thing you should do on a pre-trip inspection?
- 3 How long should a pre-trip take?
- 4 What do you say in a pre-trip inspection?
- 5 Where should you start when performing a walk around inspection?
- 6 Is the pre trip inspection test hard?
- 7 Are pre trips required?
- 8 What thing should you check during a trip?
- 9 What is a post trip inspection?
- 10 How many things can you miss on CDL pre trip?
What is normal to find in a pre-trip inspection?
Pre-Trip Inspection Checklist – Class A Our pre-trip inspection checklist covers every part of the truck from front to back, both inside and outside of the truck. It covers the air brakes, suspension parts, steering components, wheels and rims, fuel tanks, batteries, lights, and more.
What is the second thing you should do on a pre-trip inspection?
Next step for the pre-trip inspection is to check the side of the trailer and the tandems.
- Wall – Make sure the wall is not damaged.
- Lights – Lights should be on and flashing.
- Tires – Tires should be properly inflated and have decent tread.
- Hub seal – Make sure it’s not leaking and wiped with oil if transparent.
How long should a pre-trip take?
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 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.
Where should you start when performing a walk around inspection?
Turn off headlights and four-way hazard warning flashers. Turn on parking, clearance, side-marker and identification lights. Turn on right turn signal, and start walk-around inspection.
Is the pre trip inspection test hard?
Learning the vehicle inspection portion of the CDL test is difficult for many students. Passing the test requires each student to study and memorize the items tested. Drivers need to be able to point out a part, and describe what condition it is in.
Are pre trips required?
It’s the Law 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.
What thing should you check during a trip?
2. What things should you check during a trip? instruments, air pressure gauge, temp gauge, pressure gauge, ammeter/voltmeter, mirrors, tires, cargo/ cargo covers, lights. You just studied 85 terms!
What is a post trip inspection?
A post-trip inspection is meant to examine all of the important components of one’s truck. Only the truck driver is required to sign the report if there are no faults found. If a driver discovers defects, then his or her supervisor or company mechanic is also expected to sign the form.
How many things can you miss on CDL pre trip?
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.