CDL Practice Tests For New York Coil Endorsement Page 4

New York Coil Endorsement Practice Questions

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A stake pocket is:
  • A rail along the side of a vehicle that protects the side of the vehicle from impacts.
  • A structure, device, or another substantial article placed against an article to prevent it from tipping that may also prevent it from shifting.
  • A female housing fixed to the side or ends of a vehicle to receive a stake or peg, and may also be used as an anchor point.
  • An inflatable bag intended to fill otherwise empty space between articles of cargo, or between articles of cargo and the wall of the vehicle.
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From The CDL Manual

  • Stake Pocket:

    A female housing fixed to the side or ends of a vehicle to receive a stake or peg, and may also be used as an anchor point.

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    What is the minimum angle that indirect tiedowns must form with the vehicle?
    • 30 degrees.
    • 45 degrees.
    • 90 degrees.
    • 180 degrees.
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    From The CDL Manual

    An indirect tiedown that is used to prevent front-to-back cargo movement must make an angle of at least 30 degrees with the deck when viewed from the side of the vehicle.

    An indirect tiedown that is used to prevent side-to-side movement must make an angle of at least 30 degrees when viewed from the front or back of the vehicle.

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    What is the aggregate WLL of two indirect tiedowns with a WLL of 5,000 lbs, and one tiedown with a WLL of 6,000 lbs?
    • 5,000 lbs.
    • 16,000 lbs.
    • 10,000 lbs.
    • 8,000 lbs.
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    The aggregate working load limit of all indirect tiedowns is the sum of the working load limits of each indirect tiedown.

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    In cargo securement, a 'well' is defined as:
    • A vertical barrier across the front of the deck of a vehicle to prevent forward movement of cargo.
    • A vertical barrier across a vehicle to prevent forward movement of cargo.
    • A female housing fixed to the side or ends of a vehicle to receive a stake or peg, and may also be used as an anchor point.
    • The depression formed between two cylindrical articles when they are laid with their eyes horizontal and parallel against each other.
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    From The CDL Manual

  • Well:

    The depression formed between two cylindrical articles when they are laid with their eyes horizontal and parallel against each other.

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    A 'hook-lift container' is:
    • A vehicle especially built and fitted with locking devices for the transport of intermodal containers.
    • A specialized container, primarily used to contain and transport materials in the waste, recycling, construction/demolition, and scrap industries, which are used in conjunction with specialized vehicles, in which the container isloaded and unloaded onto a tilt frame body by an articulating hook-arm.
    • A platform or tray on which cargo is placed so that it can be handled as an article. (Same as "Skid")
    • A reusable, transportable enclosure that is especially designed with integral locking devices that secure it to a container chassis trailer to facilitate the efficient and bulk shipping and transfer of goods by, or between various modes of transport, such as highway, rail, sea, and air.
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    From The CDL Manual

  • Hook-lift Container:

    A specialized container, primarily used to contain and transport materials in the waste, recycling, construction/demolition, and scrap industries, which are used in conjunction with specialized vehicles, in which the container isloaded and unloaded onto a tilt frame body by an articulating hook-arm.

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    A bulkhead is used:
    • to unitize articles and is tensioned and clamped or crimped back upon itself. (same as "Strapping")
    • to prevent forward movement of cargo.
    • to reinforce blocking.
    • to protect the cab in the event cargo should shift forward.
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    From The CDL Manual

  • Bulkhead:

    A vertical barrier across a vehicle to prevent forward movement of cargo.

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    What is a reusable, transportable enclosure that is especially designed with integral locking devices that secure it to a container chassis trailer to facilitate the efficient and bulk shipping and transfer of goods by, or between various modes of transport, such as highway, rail, sea, and air.?
    • Pallet.
    • Intermodal container.
    • Container chassis vehicle.
    • Hook-lift container.
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    From The CDL Manual

  • Intermodal Container:

    A reusable, transportable enclosure that is especially designed with integral locking devices that secure it to a container chassis trailer to facilitate the efficient and bulk shipping and transfer of goods by, or between various modes of transport, such as highway, rail, sea, and air.

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    Cargo that isn't prevented from forward movement, and is 4 feet long and weighs 1,500 lbs requires a minimum of how many tiedowns?
    • 4
    • 2
    • It doesn't matter.
    • 1
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    From The CDL Manual

    • If load is 5ft or shorter, 1,100 lbs or lighter:

      Minimum number of tiedowns: 1

    • If load is 5ft or shorter, over 1,100 lbs:

      Minimum number of tiedowns: 2

    • If load is more than 5ft but less than 10ft:

      Minimum number of tiedowns: 2

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    How many tiedowns are required for cargo that is prevented from forward movement?
    • It depends on the weight.
    • 2
    • 1 every 10ft, or part thereof.
    • 2 every 10ft, or part thereof.
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    From The CDL Manual

    When cargo is prevented from forward movement (for example, by the headboard, bulkhead, other cargo, or tiedown), secure the cargo according to the following requirements:

    All Cargo:

    1 tiedown for every 10 ft, or part thereof.

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    When is the driver responsible for inspecting cargo and securing devices?
    • When duty status of driver changes.
    • At 3 hr intervals or 150 miles.
    • Within first 50 miles.
    • All of these are the driver's responsibility.
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    From The CDL Manual

    Inspection Requirements

    The driver is responsible for the following cargo securement inspection activities:

    • Inspect Cargo and Securing devices:

      • Pre-Trip: Yes
      • Within first 50 mi: Yes
      • When duty status of driver changes: Yes
      • At 3 hour intervals or every 150 mi, whichever is first: Yes

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