Tail Swing Safety for School Bus Driver QUIZ
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Tail swing occurs when the movement of the rear portion of the vehicle swings in the opposite direction of the front end, while the front end turns.CorrectIncorrect
If you are making a right turn with the school bus, the tail swing of the bus would swing to the right.CorrectIncorrect
Tail swing collisions are among the most common types of accidents in a school bus.CorrectIncorrect
The tail swing on a transit style bus is significantly greater than a conventional bus.CorrectIncorrect
The distance from the front axle to the rear bumper is what determines tail swing.CorrectIncorrect
Factors that play into the tail swing of a school bus are:CorrectIncorrect
When making a turn in a Conventional bus, you should account for 2 feet of clearance.CorrectIncorrect
When making a turn in a transit bus, you should account for 2 feet of clearance.CorrectIncorrect
Fully crank the wheel before moving the bus to exit a bus stall safely.CorrectIncorrect
Always look ahead so you know where to position your bus when approaching turns.CorrectIncorrect