Write 300 Commercial Drivers License Written Exam Practice Questions - Technical Writing Academic Writing Content Writing
We would like 300 originally written practice questions for the Commercial Drivers License Written Exam. The questions are to be in the style of those on the exam, and to be accompanied by 2-3 sentence explanatory answers, also originally written. An example is provided below. Our target budget for this project is $450-$675. Relevant experience and qualifications are preferred. Topics covered include: -Vehicle inspections -Basic operation of a vehicle -Standard driving techniques and procedures -Driving in difficult conditions (i.e. fog, winter weather, very hot weather, mountainous regions) -Emergency situations -Cargo transportation safety procedures -Air brakes Example Question: On a two-lane highway where passing is not allowed, which of the following options describes the correct action for a slow-moving commercial vehicle with 6 cars behind it? A. Exit the highway at the next available exit and find an alternative route B. Turn off the highway at the next designated turnout or area with sufficient room and allow the cars to pass C. Pull over immediately and allow the cars to pass D. Wave the cars on to pass when the opposite direction of the roadway is clear E. Continue driving at the same speed and take no additional action Answer B- On a two-lane highway where passing is not allowed, a slow-moving commercial vehicle with six cars behind it should turn off the highway at the next designated turnout or area with sufficient room and allow the cars to pass. This action is required any time a slow-moving commercial vehicle is on a two-lane highway where passing is not allowed and five or more cars have gathered behind it. The vehicle is not required to exit the highway and find an alternative route, or to pull over immediately. Additionally, the driver should not encourage the cars behind his or her vehicle to pass illegally. Desired Skills: Technical Writing Academic Writing Content Writing Keywords: Academic Writing
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