CPC Case Study

Sean drives a 38,000kg twin deck drawbar car transporter on national deliveries.
He is responsible for loading and unloading the vehicle.
He is normally away from his depot from Monday to Friday.
He commences work at 05:00 and spends 30 minutes each morning carrying out his vehicle safety checks and documentation.

CPC Case Study Practice Test


There are 10 multiple choice questions in this LGV driver CPC case study practice test. Read the case study carefully and ensure you fully understand the scenario before starting the mock test. There may be more than one correct answer for each question. You need to score 8 out of 10 to pass.

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CPC Case Study Questions and Answers

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A contact the client and explain that he will be late
B disregard his driver's hours as he has been delayed due to the incident
C hope that the client will stay open to accept the delivery
D leave the delivery and return to base
Correct Answer: A contact the client and explain that he will be late
Explanation:
A give the bridge reference number
B give the vehicle registration number
C report the incident to VOSA
D report the incident to his depot
E report the incident to the railway authority
Correct Answer: A give the bridge reference number, E report the incident to the railway authority
Explanation:
A at the end of the day
B at the end of the week
C at the next suitable stopping place
D there is no need to record it
Correct Answer: C at the next suitable stopping place
Explanation:
A beware of low bridges
B beware of the forward overhang
C beware of the rear overhang
D beware of the side overhang
E beware of viaducts
Correct Answer: A beware of low bridges, B beware of the forward overhang
Explanation:
A leave four cars on the upper deck
B leave one car on the upper deck and three cars on the lower deck
C leave two on the top deck and two on the lower deck
D move all the cars to the lower deck
Correct Answer: B leave one car on the upper deck and three cars on the lower deck
Explanation:
A lower it
B move it to the front
C move it to the rear
D raise it
Correct Answer: D raise it
Explanation:
Correct Answer: C 11:30
Explanation: