When operating a farm tractor self propelled unit of

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21. When operating a farm tractor, self-propelled unit of farm equipment or implement of husbandry on the highway you must activate your vehicular hazard warning lights (flashers.) a. True. b. False.
22. What is the greatest weight allowed for any vehicle or combination of vehicles including the load without prior obtaining an oversized/overweight permit?
23. No combination vehicles, other than a truck tractor-trailer combination may exceed ___ feet.
24. Load limits are based on:
25. When driving in the summer truck drivers should be on the lookout for: lost fatigued motorists on vacation who may
Page 5 of 19 suddenly stop or swerve across several lanes of traffic to an exit, overloaded cars with poor visibility and/or drivers distracted by kids or pets, highway construction projects where roads suddenly turn into narrow lanes with confusing signs and heavy equipment or pedestrians nearby. a. True. b. False.
26. Professional truck drivers should be especially watchful of drivers of school buses, recreational vehicles, and drivers of rental trucks because:
27. When truck drivers come upon a school bus or recreational vehicle on the road you (the truck driver) should:
28. If you wish to haul a load or move equipment that is heavier, longer, wider, or higher than the law allows, you must obtain a special permit from the Texas D.O.T. A permit will not be granted if the load can reasonably be dismantled.
29. What is to be used in lieu of fares, fusees, or any signals produced by flames for motor vehicles transporting explosives or any cargo tank truck used for the transportation of any flammable liquid or compressed gas? a. flashing hazard lights amber/white. b. D.O.T approved triangular reflectors. c. flashing hazard lights amber/red.

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