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Airfield driving is a critical aspect of airport operations. The ability to safely and efficiently navigate vehicles on an airfield is essential for the smooth functioning of an airport. Airfields are busy environments with aircraft, ground support equipment, and personnel all operating in close proximity.
Proper driving practices are necessary to avoid accidents, ensure the timely movement of aircraft, and maintain the integrity of airport operations.
The Airfield Driving Test is designed to assess an individual’s knowledge and understanding of the rules, regulations, and best practices associated with driving on an airfield. This includes an understanding of airfield signs and markings, right-of-way procedures, speed limits, and other critical aspects of airfield driving.
The test ensures that only qualified individuals, who have demonstrated their knowledge of safe driving practices, are permitted to operate vehicles in these sensitive areas.
Safety is paramount when it comes to airfield operations. A single mistake or lapse in judgment can have catastrophic consequences, not only for the individuals involved but also for the larger airport community and the traveling public.
Compliance with regulations and adherence to safe driving practices are essential for minimizing risks and ensuring the safety of all personnel and equipment on the airfield.
Moreover, compliance is a legal requirement, and failure to adhere to regulations can result in penalties, loss of driving privileges, and legal repercussions.
USAF Airfield Driving Questions And Answers
|Controlled Movement Area (CMA)||Any portion of the airfield requiring aircraft, vehicles and pedestrians to obtain specific ATC approval for access.|
|Who the authority to temporarily suspend airfield driving privileges.|
A. Unit Commanders
B. Airfield Driving Program Managers
C. Airfield Management
D. All of the above
|All of the above|
|No vehicles will be driven within __ feet of fueling/refueling operations unless specifically authorized by a directive.||50 feet|
|Which of the following statements is/are true for chocking parked vehicles on the airfield?||Alert or emergency vehicles responding to an emergency/alert are exempt from chocking when parked|
|Taxiway locations signs have yellow inscriptions on a black background?||True|
|How should vehicles approach an aircraft?||With the driver’s side toward the aircraft|
|Vehicles operating within 25 feet of an aircraft or 50 feet of a facility will reduce speed to __.||5 MPH|
|Which part of the airfield isn’t visible from the Control Tower?||Charlie LOLA|
|Vehicle towing one maintenance stand must reduce speed to _.||10 MPH|
|Which of the following is NOT an approved agency that may exceed established speed limits while performing official duties?||Airfield Sweeper|
|Snow removal vehicles are allowed to exceed established speed limits during snow removal operations.||True|
|Do not operate vehicles within _ feet to the front or _ feet to the rear of aircraft with engines are running or about to be started.||25 feet front|
200 feet rear
|When visibility is 300 meters (900 feet) or less, airfield speed limit is reduced to __.||15 MPH|
|FOD checks are completed prior to entering the taxiways or parking ramps.||True|
|Which the exception of __, no vehicles will travel in the path of taxiing aircraft.||Transient Alert “Follow Me”|
|Standard transmission vehicles being parked on the airfield will have its gear left in the park position.||False, should be in reverse|
|Golf cart/electric cars are not permitted in which of the following airfield environments?||Runways|
|What is the established speed limit for special purpose vehicles operation on a runway?||10 MPH|
|When are drivers allowed to drive on the taxiway shoulders?||When yielding to taxiing aircraft.|
|If a vehicle becomes disabled on an active taxiway drivers will contact||Airfield Management/Control Tower|
|When operating vehicles on the parking aprons, will the driver operate to the left of the taxi line, right of the taxi lane or in the center of the taxi lane?||Left|
|The CMA includes:|
A. Active runways
B. Both runways
C. 100 feet of all areas adjacent to the runway
D. All of the above
|All of the above|
|A runway incursion is entering the runway without authorization from the Control Tower and is a minor airfield violation.||False|
|No vehicle or pedestrian will enter the CMA without approval from||Control Tower|
|During times the Control Tower and Airfield Management are closed, the __ becomes the monitoring agency for the CMA?||Command Post|
|The VFR hold lines mark the boundary of the __.||Controlled Movement Area (CMA)|
|Runway mandatory signs are what colors?||Red with White letters|
|Which of the following is the proper radio phraseology for requesting access onto the runway while escorting one vehicle?||Towel, TBOLT1 plus one request permission unto Runway 30 from Taxiway Alpha|
|What will the Air Traffic Controllers do to inform airfield drivers to exit the runway immediately, when radio communication fails?||Flash the runway edge lights|
|Drivers will conduct an operational test of their radio before entering the airfield.||True|
|What color are runway edge lights?||White/Amber|
|Location signs are||Black with yellow letters|
|Vehicles will never overtake or pass a taxiing/towed aircraft.||True|
|What is the speed limit when driving on the runway?||True|
|Which of the following require 5 MPH speeds?||Vehicles towing aircraft|
|How far from the edge of the runway is the VFR hold line located?||100 feet|
|No vehicles will be driven within 10 feet (circle of safety) of a parked aircraft, except:|
A. When aircraft is being serviced
B. When the aircraft is being loaded
C. When the aircraft is being off-loaded
D. All of the above
|All of the above|
|_ lights are used to identify taxiway edges.||Blue|
|Which of the following statements are NOT true?|
A. When visibility is 300 meters (900 feet) reduce speed to 15 MPH
B. Cell phones must not be used within 10 feet of any fuel vent outlet.
C. The VFR hold line marks the boundary of the runway environment
D. Vehicle operating on the parking apron will reduce speed to 15MPH and drive single-file.
|When visibility is 300 meters (900 feet) reduce speed to 15 MPH|
|During winter conditions FOD checks will include removing snow and ice from vehicle, tops, bumpers, and wells.||True|
|The area within 200ft of taxiway centerlines must be kept free of obstacles||True|
|Vehicles operating with 25 feet of an aircraft or 50 feet of a facility will reduce speed to||5 MPH|
|What color are runway edge lights?||White/Amber|
|Which light gun signals mean clear the active runway?||Flashing red light|
|Vehicles will use a Lighting Emitting Diode (LED)/ rotating beacon or emergency warning flashers while operating in the CMA.||True|
|Mandatory signs are _?||Red with white letters|
|On a driver’s first controlled movement area violation the individual’s AF IMT 483 will be revokes for a period of 30 days.||False|
|During the times when the Control Tower and Airfield Management are closed, which agency has control of the CMA area?||Command Post|
|The VMA hold lines mark the boundary of the||Controlled Movement Area|
|Drivers will conduct an operational test of the radio before entering the airfield.||True|
|When operating a vehicle on a taxiway driver’s will ensure their vehicle remains in what position relative to the taxiway centerline.||Right|
|If there technical difficulties with radio communications with the Control Tower, what other means may the Control Tower use to communicate?||Light Gun Signals|
|Vehicles will not be parked within __ feet of an aircraft, except as authorized for operations.||15 feet|
|The area within 200ft of taxiway centerlines must be kept free of obstacles.||True|
|With the exception of __, no vehicles will travel in the path of taxiing aircraft.||Transient Alert “Follow Me”|
|Lights are used to identify the taxiway edge||Blue|
|The driver is allowed to exceed the speed limit if Control Tower directs the driver to expedite||True|
|___ are the portion of the airfield where aircraft or helicopters are parked before, after, or between flights, and for servicing and maintenance.||Aprons|
|CMA Violation||An airfield infraction caused by aircraft, vehicles, or pedestrians entering the CMA without approval.|
|_ are routes marked with solid white lines on the edges and a dashed white center line. They are used to guide airfield vehicle operators on the apron||Vehicle Traffic Lines|
|____are identified by numbers that represent the orientation in compass degrees rounded to the nearest ten degrees.||Runways|
|A mandatory instruction sign located at a runway holdline will be what color?||White Letters, Red Background|
|Where would this sign be located 4-22?||At the VFR Holdline for Runway 4-22|
|Near what airfield pavement marking would the following sign be located?||VFR Holdline|
|At night the taxiways have internally illuminated signs and __ edge lights?||Blue|
|At night and during inclement weather, it is critical you gain permission from and maintain communication with the tower controller while driving in the Controlled Movement Area (CMA).||True|
|Vehicles with daytime running lights must park in a safe location with the ignition off, parking brake set, and emergency flashers off.||False|
|For periods of lowered visibility, which of the following statements is true?||All of the above|
|Prior to driving on the airfield, all drivers must?||Complete local airfield drivers training and possess proper documentation authorizing airfield driving|
|The speed limit (maximum) when driving a vehicle on a taxiway or inactive runway is||Determined by the installation commander|
|Which of the following vehicles may be operated in the path of taxiing aircraft?||Follow me vehicles|
|What is the speed limit when driving on the runway?||There is no established speed limit in place|
|“Red Balls,” are authorized to exceed speed limits.||False|
|When engines are running or are about to be started, remain at least ___ to the front or ___ to the rear of any aircraft.||25 feet front, 200 feet rear|
|Do not leave vehicles and other equipment unattended within ______ feet of a runway centerline.||1000 feet|
|If a vehicle becomes disabled on an active taxiway, drivers will contact||Airfield Management/Control Tower|
|How soon before and how long after an aircraft movement is equipment allowed to be positioned?||No earlier than 3 hours before and 3 hours after movement|
|What is the punishment for a driver’s first major airfield driving procedure violation?||Suspension of AF Form 483 for a minimum of 60 days|
|Vehicle operators encountering small amounts of FOD will stop and secure the FOD, however large amounts of debris will be immediately reported to ________.||Airfield Management|
|The entire airfield is designated as the controlled area.||True|
|Which of the following vehicles are required to be chocked when parked on the airfield?||vehicles without an integral braking system|
|Before a vehicle may operate on the runway, the vehicle operator must have which of the following?||All of the above|
|A Controlled Movement Area violation (CMAV) that is a result of an unauthorized entry or erroneous occupation of a runway or other surface used for takeoff and landing of aircraft regardless of impact on aircraft safety is defined as a _||Runway Incursion|
|While operating on a runway, Vehicle operators must obey and respond to radio instructions and light gun signals displayed by which base agency?||Control tower|
|What are the color of the runway markings and runway hold lines?||White Runway markings and yellow runway hold lines|
|__ are the portion of the airfield where aircraft or helicopters are parked before, after, or between flights, and for servicing and maintenance.||Aprons|
|Which of the following is required when parking a vehicle at the side of any aircraft?||Both A & B|
|Prior of entering/crossing a runway, drivers will…||stop at the runway hold line, contact the control tower via two way radio and ask for permission to enter/cross|
|The speedlimit maximum when driving a general purpose vehicle within 25 feet of a parked aircraft is?||5 mph|
|What is the speed limit for a designated traffic lane within 200 feet of a designated Aircraft Parking Area?||15 mph|
|Pick the correct statement||runway numbers represent the orientation of the runway approach in compass degrees rounded to the nearest ten degrees|
|Crossing the runway hold lines and entering a runway without ATC approval will result in?||All of the above|
|What is depicted below, and what must a driver do when they approach it?||Instrument hold line; obtain approval from tower during inclement weather before crossing|
|When parking a vehicle with a manual transmission in close proximity to an aircraft, what gear is the transmission left in?||Reverse|
|Which of the following actions are required when parking a vehicle on the airfield?||All of the above|
|When an aircraft’s engines are being operated, vehicles will not be parked less than ____/__ of an aircraft?||25 ft in front/ 200 ft to the rear|
|What must an operator do when approaching an active runway?||stop, contact the tower to ask permission to cross the runway|
|Personnel operating within the controlled movement are will have two-way radio contact with the control tower, or?||will have an escort with two-way radio with control tower for the entire time they are in movement area|
|When approaching an aircraft at night, vehicle operators should do which of the following||Turn off headlights and leave parking lights on|
|Except when an aircraft is being serviced, loaded, or unloaded, vehicles should never be driven within _ feet of an aircraft?||25 feet|
|When entering the airfield, vehicle operators must perform which of the folliwng||When entering the airfield, vehicle operators must perform which of the following|
|What are the leading cause(s) of runway incursions?||All of the above|
|Before entering the controlled movement area, vehicle operators must do which of the folowing?||all of the above|
|During an aircraft emergency on the runway which of the following vehicles have permission to cross the runway without contacting the Control Tower for approval?||none of the above|
|All vehicles must approach parked aircraft||With the driver’s side of the vehicle toward the aircraft|
|Which is a correct statement concerning communications?||All of the above|
|When communicating with the tower which communication is correct?||Tower! Maintenance One, at Taxiway Alpha, request permission to cross runway 12|
|If a portion of the Control Tower’s transmission is ‘garbled’ or ‘stepped on’ what should you do||Ask the Tower to repeat the transmission by saying ‘say again’|
|During Inclement weather or at night what must a vehicle temporarily parked on any part of the aircraft apron do with their vehicle lights?||Turn on flashing lights (caution)|
|When approaching an aircraft at night vehicle operators should do which of the following?||Turn off Headlights and leave parking lights on|
|When driving across a parking apron from point A to point B, what is the proper route a vehicle operator should use?||At a 90 degree angle from the driving lane.|
|When you have airfield driving questions, you must first contact:||Unit airfield driving program manager|
|When traveling from one side of the airfield to the other you should:||Use service roads whenever possible to minimize time spent on taxiways and runways|
|What vehicles should be chocked when parked on the flightline?||Vehicles without an integral brake system|
|Who must enable the ADTP refresher test?||Unit Airfield Driving Program Manager|
|True or False: You must always use a vehicle spotter when backing towards an aircraft.||True|
|True or False: All vehicle drivers who operate on the parking ramp/apron and taxiways will give way to taxiing aircraft.||True|
|ATC approval is required when?||ATC approval is required to enter the runway at all times, even during suspended/closed ops.|
|During blackout operations (NVD operations) the speed limit is?||10MPH|
|True or False: everyone (vehicles) must contact the tower and receive permission to enter the runway prior to accessing it.||True|
|True or False: Flashing/Hazard lights are not required during night time operations on the airfield. To include all aprons, taxiways, hangars, and access roads.||False|
|How would taxiway B be referred to on the radio?||Taxiway Bravo|
|If any portion of your transmission is garbled or stepped on, what should you say when requesting a repeat?||“Say again”|
|No obstacle (to include vehicles) will be left within how many feet of a taxiway centerline?||200ft|
|Vehicles must be equipped with what two things when operating during the hours of darkness?||Headlights and taillights|
|What is the speed limit when operating a refueling truck?||10MPH|
|Who conducts spot checks of drivers on the airfield to ensure they have a valid AF IMT 483? (comp card)||Airfield management|
|A flashing green and red light signal means||General warning; exercise extreme caution|
|A flashing red light signal means||Clear active runway|
|A “radio blind spot” is||any place where the control tower or vehicle cannot receive radio transmissions|
|The Controlled Movement Area includes the runways and overruns, the area between the runways and overruns and the area extending ________ ft from the runway and overrun in any direction.||175 ft|
|Which best describes a runway VFR (Visual Flight Rules) hold line position marking?||Four Parallel yellow stripes, two solid and two dashed|
|Which agency gives vehicle operators and personnel approval into the CMA?||Control Tower|
|What are the personal and vehicle requirements to operate in the CMA?||Authorization and approval by ADPM and Control Tower, Two-way radio with ramp net frequency, and Light bar or emergency flashers|
|Which phrase cannot be used while communicating with the Control Tower?||Clear|
|Which light gun signal means exit the runway or taxiway immediately?||Flashing Red|
|Light Signals: Steady green||Approved to cross|
|Light Signals: Steady red||STOP!|
|Light Signals: Flashing red||Exit the runway onto taxiway (exit runway or taxiway immediately)|
|Light Signals: Flashing white||Return to the starting point|
|Light Signals: Alternating red and green||General warning:use extreme caution|
|To cross or enter the runway environment, what procedures are followed?||Establish two-way radio contact with tower, receive clearance to proceed, ensure lights are on, and conduct a visual check for aircraft.|
|List the flight line entry points||1) Northeast Corner 2) Jayhawk Drive 3) Falcon Road South 4) Hangar 10 South 5) Hangar 10 North 6) Hash House 7) Falcon Road North 8) Southwest Ops Ramp 9) Bldg 985 Topeka and Pacer Crag 10) Bldg 981 Topeka and POL 11) Bldg 1132 Topeka and Newton 12) Bldg 1168 Leavenworth and Topeka 13) Northwest Ops Ramp 14) Southwest Ops Ramp 15) Closed taxiway 16) East end of taxiways C and D|
|List the MAPA entry control points (4.1.6.)||(Mass Aircraft Parking Area) – 1) SE Corner of the MAPA 2) Bldg 1107 and 1166 3) Bldg 1106 and 1107|
|Speed Limits (4.13.) Special Purpose and Weapons Vehicles||10 mph|
|Speed Limits (4.13) General Purpose Vehicles||15 mph|
|Speed Limits (4.13) Taxiways, ramps, and vehicle parking areas||15 mph|
|Speed Limits (4.13) AGE towing single units||10 mph|
|Speed Limits (4.13) AGE towing equipment multi units||5 mph|
|Speed Limits (4.13) Aircraft being towed||5 mph|
|Speed Limits (4.13) All vehicles within 50 ft of the aircraft||10 mph|
|Speed Limits (4.13) Taxiway A south of Bldg 1218 and Taxiway F when no aircraft are present||25 mph|
|Speed Limits (4.13) Taxiway a north of Bldg 1218||15 mph|
|Airfield access and perimeter roads. All airfield access roads are _____ mph. The centerfield, North perimeters and South perimeter roads are ____ mph.||15 mph / 25 mph|
|Describe where the VFR hold lines are located and what they consist of:||175 ft from the edge of the runway; two solid lines and two dashed yellow lines on a black background.|
|When leaving a vehicle unattended on the flight line the operator will: (4.12.3)||Turn off the vehicle, leave keys, put transmission in park (automatic) or reverse (manual, set hand brake and/or chock vehicle, position vehicle so it is not pointed toward any aircraft.|
|Personal radios are authorized to use while operating a vehicle on the flight line, as long as the volume is kept low. True/False (4.18)||False|
|Bicycles may be used in the Maintenance Complex. True/False (4.20)||True – exception of CMA. Personnel operating bicycles are required to possess a current AF IMT 483|
|When driving you must remain at least ____ ft from all aircraft (4.9)||25 ft (except when mission needs dictate otherwise)|
|If an aircraft has engines at idle, how much distance will you remain from the rear of the aircraft? (4.9)||200 ft (or 900 ft when engines are above idle)|
|When operating on unpaved surfaces, what steps must be accomplished upon entering paved flight line surfaces? (4.17)||Check tires forrocks and undercarriage for debris, ensure equipment is properly stored, pick up FOD that you see or if too large of an area call Base Operations for sweeper support.|
|Routine vehicle traffic operating on the taxiways will: (4.10.4)||Follow taxi lines and drive immediately to the right of the line.|
|The transient/delta ramp located south of bldg. 1218 poses no hazards to driving. True/False||False|
|Overruns||The paved portion extending outward from the end of each runway|
|Taxiways: What taxiways do we have and where are they located||Taxiway A (parallel to runway 01R/19L), Taxiway B (crosses the approach end of runways 19L/R), Taxiway C (crosses runways 01R/19L and 01L/R), Taxiway F (parallel to runway 01L/19R and begins at Taxiway B and terminates at Taxiway D)|
|_____ are the portion of the airfield where aircraft or helicopters are parked before, after, or between flights, and for servicing and maintenance.||Aprons|
Q&A: Airfield Driving Test
Q1: ADTP tracks all my airfield driving training requirements with assistance from a. Squadron Commander b. Unit Airfield driving Program Manager c. Supervisor d. MAJCOM
Answer: b. Unit Airfield driving Program Manager
Q2: All taxiway lights are what color? a. Red b. Yellow c. Blue d. White
Answer: c. Blue
Q3: Cell phones use while driving in the operational area is always allowed a. True b. False c. In emergency d. Always
Answer: b. False
Q4: FOD checks are required for which of the following situations? a. When entering the flightline environment. b. When returning to a paved taxiway from an unpaved surface. c. When returning to the aircraft parking ramp from an unpaved surface d. All of the listed responses.
Answer: d. All of the listed responses.
Q5: In ADTP my annual refresher training test requirements are? a. Airfield driving CBT on ADLS and the ADTP Refresher test b. Night time driving test c. Daytime driving test d. Refresher test are not required
Answer: a. Airfield driving CBT on ADLS and the ADTP Refresher test
Q6: In bad weather using vehicle High Beams a. High beams do not blind the pilot b. Use high beams only when driving toward the runway c. High beams should always used d. High beams should not be used
Answer: d. High beams should not be used
Q7: Is this AF Visual Aid a must know or a nice to see a. Must know and understand b. A paper weight c. Nice to have d. Neither
Answer: a. Must know and understand
Q8: No obstacle (to include vehicles) will be left within how many feet of a taxiway centerline? a. 100ft b. 200ft c. 300ft d. 450ft
Answer: b. 200 feet
Q9: Operators of flightline vehicles should approach a parked aircraft so that the ______ of the vehicle will be adjacent to the aircraft. a. Passenger’s side. b. Front side. c. Driver’s side. d. Easiest side.
Answer: c. Driver’s side.
Q10: Prior to driving on the flightline, all drivers must… a. Complete local flightline driver’s training and possess proper documentation authorizing flightline driving. b. Get checked out by immediate supervisor. c. Do nothing if trained at previous assignment. d. Possess a valid state driver’s license.
Answer: a. Complete local flightline driver’s training and possess proper documentation authorizing flightline driving.
Q11: Prior to entering/crossing a taxiway outside the runway area, drivers will: a. Stop and visually determine the taxiway is clear. b. Proceed with caution. c. Maintain 15 MPH speed limit. d. Call AM Operations for clearance.
Answer: a. Stop and visually determine the taxiway is clear.
Q12: The speed limit (maximum) when driving a general purpose vehicle within 25 feet of a parked aircraft is: a. 20 miles per hour. b. 5 miles per hour. c. 10 miles per hour. d. 15 miles per hour.
Answer:b. 5 miles per hour.
Q13: What do you do if you get lost on the airfield? a. Drive until you see something familiar b. Contact your work location c. Do nothing d. Contact Tower, explain your situation and request assistance
Answer: d. Contact Tower, explain your situation and request assistance
Q14: What is the speed limit for a designated traffic lane within 200 feet of a designated Aircraft Parking Area? a. 5 miles per hour. b. 10 miles per hour. c. 15 miles per hour. d. 20 miles per hour.
Answer: c. 15 miles per hour.
Q15: What must be done when ground support equipment is no longer being used on the aircraft parking apron? a. It can remain where it is as long as it is chocked and the parking brakes are set. b. Must be stored in areas that do not violate lateral clearance requirements c. You must notify AM Operations. d. You must notify Ground Control.
Answer: b. Must be stored in areas that do not violate lateral clearance requirements
Q16: When an aircraft’s engine(s) is (are) operating or being started, no vehicle will be driven closer than: a. 35 feet to the front or 300 feet to the rear of the aircraft. b. 30 feet to the front or 250 feet to the rear of the aircraft. c. 25 feet to the front or 200 feet to the rear of the aircraft. d. 10 feet to the front or 100 feet to the rear of the aircraft.
Answer: c. 25 feet to the front or 200 feet to the rear of the aircraft.
Q17: When an aircraft’s engines are being operated, vehicles will not be parked less than / of the aircraft. a. 25 feet in front / 200 feet to the rear. b. 10 feet in front / 100 feet to the rear. c. 20 feet in front / 150 feet to the rear. d. 30 feet in front / 300 feet to the rear.
Answer: a. 25 feet in front / 200 feet to the rear.
Q18: When approaching an aircraft at night, vehicle operators should do which of the following? a. Turn off headlights and leave parking lights on. b. Proceed with caution. c. Turn on parking flashers. d. Dim headlights from high beam to low beam.
Answer: a. Turn off headlights and leave parking lights on.
Q19: When driving across a parking apron from point A to point B, what is the proper route a vehicle operator should use? a. The shortest route possible. b. Any route the vehicle operator prefers. c. Diagonally across the apron. d. At 90 degree angles from the driving lane.
Answer: d. At 90 degree angles from the driving lane.
Q20: When I have airfield driving questions I must first contact a. My Unit Airfield driving program manager b. My 1st Shirt c. Airfield Manager d. My orderly room
Answer: a. My Unit Airfield driving program manager
Q21: When traveling from 1 side of the airfield to the other, I should a. Look both ways then drive across the airfield b. Use service roads whenever possible to minimize time spent on taxiways and runways c. Always cut across the airfield d. Ask transient alert for runwaycrossing assistance
Answer: b. Use service roads whenever possible to minimize time spent on taxiways and runways
Q22: Which of the following vehicles are required to be chocked when parked on the flightline? a. Vehicles without an integral braking system. b. Alert or emergency vehicles responding to an emergency situation. c. Vehicles with an integral braking system that is set. d. All vehicles are required to be chocked.
Answer: a. Vehicles without an integral braking system.
Q23: Who must enable my ADTP refresher test? a. Vehicle ops b. I can c. My Unit Airfield Driving Program Manager d. My supervisor
Answer: c. My Unit Airfield Driving Program Manager
Q24: You must always use a vehicle spotter(s) when backing toward an aircraft a. True b. False c. Only if one is around d. When I do not want to bump the aircraft
Answer: a. True
Q25: All vehicle drivers who operate on the parking ramp/apron and taxiways will give way to Taxiing Aircraft. a. True b. False
Answer: a. True
Q26: ATC approval is required when? a. During good weather only b. During IG inspections c. ATC approval is required to enter the runway at all times, even during suspended/closed ops. d. During bad weather only
Answer: c. ATC approval is required to enter the runway at all times, even during suspended/closed ops.
Q27: Common causes of runway incursions? Lack of… a. Driving Training b. Situational Awareness c. Communication d. All of the above
Answer: d. All of the above
Test Day Tips
Test day is a culmination of all the hard work and preparation you have put into your studies. It’s normal to feel a mix of excitement and nervousness. This guide aims to provide you with practical tips to ensure that you are well-prepared, calm, and focused on test day.
From what to bring to managing your time and handling anxiety, these tips will help you approach your test with confidence.
What to Bring on Test Day
- Official Identification: Bring a valid photo ID such as a driver’s license or passport for verification purposes.
- Admit Card or Test Registration Confirmation: This document confirms your registration and may be required for entry into the test center.
- Writing Tools: Pack several pens or pencils, along with erasers.
- Watch or Timekeeping Device: If allowed, bring a watch to keep track of time.
- Snacks and Water: Keep your energy levels up and stay hydrated with light snacks and a bottle of water.
- Required or Allowed Materials: If the test requires or allows textbooks, notes, calculators, or other materials, make sure to bring them.
- Comfort Items: Bring any items that will make you more comfortable, such as glasses or tissues.
- Medication: If you require medication, bring it along, especially if the test is lengthy.
Time Management Strategies
- Arriving Early: Aim to arrive at least 30 minutes early to avoid any last-minute stress.
- Reading Instructions Carefully: Take a few minutes to read through the instructions to understand the test format.
- Prioritizing Questions: Start with questions you are confident about to secure those points.
- Allocating Time Wisely: Divide your time among sections or questions, and try to stick to that schedule.
- Keeping Track of Time: Regularly check the time to ensure you are on pace.
- Reviewing Answers: If time permits, review your answers before submitting the test.
Handling Test Anxiety
- Breathing Techniques: Practice deep breathing to calm your nerves.
- Positive Affirmations: Remind yourself that you are prepared and capable.
- Focusing on the Task at Hand: Stay focused on the test and avoid distractions.
- Taking Short Breaks: If allowed, take short breaks to stretch or relax.
- Seeking Support: If you experience extreme anxiety, let the test proctor know.
- Taking a Moment to Relax: After the test, take some time to unwind.
- Reflecting on Performance: Consider what went well and what could be improved for next time.
- Rewarding Yourself: Treat yourself to something enjoyable as a reward for your hard work.
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