This page has specialist questions for heavy vehicle drivers regarding Class 2 heavy vehicle load security.
You can use these questions to test yourself, or have a friend or family member test you.
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13 What should you do after driving on an uneven surface?
14 What is the combined rated strength of lashings placed over rigid loads on heavy motor vehicles where loaded against a headboard?
15 When you are checking your load, what is the most important thing to look for?
16 How much weight (sideways) must load restraint systems be able to withstand?
17 Uncovered, loose bulk loads are liable to fall from the vehicle if they are higher than: _____ mm below the side of the vehicle body
18 When should you check your load?
19 Why must a driver do a pre-trip safety inspection?
20 Who is responsible to see that a load is correctly loaded and secure?
21 A load of 10 tonne carried on a rigid truck with no headboard is secured by two tie downs. What must the combined strength of the tie downs be? _____ tonne(s)
22 A load of 15 tonne carried on a rigid truck with a headboard is secured by two tie downs. What must the combined strength of the tie downs be equal to or stronger than?
23 Anchor points to which the lashings are secured must have a strength of at least: ___ x ____________