CASE STUDY 117
Case Study 117
Alan is employed as a C+E driver for a pet food company which delivers directly to supermarket distribution centres. His day starts at 14:00 pm, where he will carry out the daily checks on his tractor unit and hook up to his trailer.
The maximum payload his lorry can carry is 28,000kg, and it has a gross vehicle weight of 40,000kg.
He will drive from his factory in Leeds down the M1 motorway to a distribution centre in Nottingham before returning empty
His vehicle is curtain-sided, and the goods are delivered on pallets each weighing 750kg each.
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Question 1 of 61. Question
When connecting the airlines, what colour is the service line?CorrectIncorrect
Question 2 of 62. Question
Alan is entitled to driveCorrectIncorrect
Question 3 of 63. Question
Alan can carry a maximum payload ofCorrectIncorrect
Question 4 of 64. Question
The kerbside weight of Alan's lorry isCorrectIncorrect
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When calculating his payload, Alan may need to considerCorrectIncorrect
Question 6 of 66. Question
When is a curtain-sided vehicle most likely to be affected by heavy winds?CorrectIncorrect