Another Odd / Bad Test Question...

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Marc Lee's Comment
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Anyone please!

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Big Scott (CFI's biggest 's Comment
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B and D

Robert D. (Raptor)'s Comment
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Agree

Marc Lee's Comment
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B and D

What I thought too.

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Marc Lee's Comment
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Agree

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Rick S.'s Comment
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Read and THINK!

The clue is TOWED VEHICLE. A TOWING vehicle - doesn't put IT'S WEIGHT on the TOWED VEHICLE.

These are SO SIMPLE - they are designed to screw you up. It's sad they resort to that kind of trickery - but there you have it.

The object is to see IF YOU ARE PAYING ATTENTION.

Rick

OWI:

Operating While Intoxicated

Marc Lee's Comment
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Read and THINK!

The clue is TOWED VEHICLE. A TOWING vehicle - doesn't put IT'S WEIGHT on the TOWED VEHICLE.

These are SO SIMPLE - they are designed to screw you up. It's sad they resort to that kind of trickery - but there you have it.

The object is to see IF YOU ARE PAYING ATTENTION.

Rick

Rick, do you agree B and D are correct?

If so, B and D is not an option! The question assumes a single correct answer!

OWI:

Operating While Intoxicated

Old School's Comment
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I consider the correct answer to be "C"

Old School's Comment
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I'll give a hint. A "full" trailer is not a reference to how much is in the trailer. A "full" trailer is a type of trailer, just as a "semi" trailer is a type of trailer.

Rick S.'s Comment
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I consider the correct answer to be "C"

And you would be CORRECT!

Difference between a semi-trailer and a full trailer

Which is even MORE BIZARRE. A full trailer has wheels front and rear of the trailer - and is DRAGGED. But it's WEIGHT IS BORNE BY IT'S OWN AXLES.

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Can't honestly say I've seen one of these. Another example, might be a double on a dolly.

Rick

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