Truck Driver Test Assessment

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  • English Basic skills
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  • Test Duration: 20 minutes
  • No. of Questions: 15
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About Truck Driver Test Assessment

Truck Drivers are responsible for transporting goods from one place to another using heavy or tractor-trailer trucks. Some work locally making deliveries to businesses or customer residences. Route drivers typically work the same path making distributions to retail establishments, such as grocery stores. Pick-up and delivery drivers carry goods from a transport center to a business or private customer. These drivers usually operate in a particular area consistently. Over-the- road, or long-haul, truck drivers carry merchandise over state lines. In some cases, these drivers travel a consistent route, but others may work a variety of routes all over the country. Some commercial drivers specialize in carrying uncommon cargo, such as hazardous materials or cars.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  •  Deliver goods while operating a tractor-trailer truck, sometimes over intercity routes or spanning several states.
  •  Load and unload cargo.
  •  Record amount and type of cargo being delivered.
  •  Take orders for new deliveries.
  •  Drive long distances.
  •  Fill up on fuel, clean truck, and wash windows.
  •  Report to a dispatcher any incidents encountered on the road.
  •  Monitor road conditions and watch for traffic congestion.
  •  Follow all applicable traffic laws.
  •  Inspect their trailer before and after the trip, and record any defects they find.
  •  Follow accident procedures if an accident occurs.
  •  Keep a log of their activities.
  •  Report serious mechanical problems to the appropriate personnel.
  •  Keep their truck, and associated equipment, clean and in good working order.
  •  Plan routes using maps or satellite tracking.
  •  Get goods to a client on time.
  •  Take rest periods during a trip.
  •  Transport hazardous materials.
  •  Take special precautions while driving.
  •  Buy or lease trucks from other companies.
  •  Find and keep clients.
  •  Maintain the log of trips.


Preferred Skills :

1. Basic Arithmetic Skills- Quantitative Aptitude

2. Spatial Awareness- Abstract Reasoning

3. The Ability to read and write English- Verbal Ability and Verbal Reasoning

4. Knowledge of truck operations and necessary Government Regulations

5. A valid driver’s license and good driving record

6. Ability to lift up to 80 lbs.

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