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Test Type: Large Vehicle - Vehicle loading
Number of Questions: 10
Pass Mark: 10
Large Vehicle Theory Test Section 10 - Vehicle loading

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1) Why is it important to distribute the weight evenly over the axles when loading a lorry?




2) You are driving a vehicle with an unladen trailer.
You change into a low gear while travelling at speed. What could happen?





3) Which of the following would reduce the 'wave effect' when driving tankers?




4) You are delivering a load of building materials on pallets.
Before unloading what should you ensure FIRST?





5) Which type of load would most benefit from being carried
on a lorry fitted with roadfriendly suspension?





6) When roping down a load on your lorry what is the best knot to use?




7) You are securing a very heavy load with a ratchet strap.
What type of anchorage point should NOT be used?





8) You are driving a lorry with an ISO container on a trailer.
You must make sure that





9) An attendant must accompany you when your load is wider than




10) Your vehicle has a maximum authorised mass (MAM) of 40 tonnes.
The tare weight is 10 tonnes.
What would your maximum payload be?






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