5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Vehicles and Equipment Subject to Inspection
- Multiple-Beam Lighting
- Auxiliary Passing Lamps
- Turn Signal lamps
- Auxiliary Driving Lamps
- a ~Operator must select lowermost distribution of light or composite light when approaching oncoming vehicle within 500 feet; or approaching vehicle from behind within 300 feet.
- b ~16-42 inches in height.
- c ~24-42 inches in height.
- d ~MV, trailer, semitrailer, pole trailer, or mobile home registered in Texas.
~Moped is subject to inspection in the same manner as a motorcycle except only the brakes, headlamps, rear lamps, and reflectors must comply with standards prescribed by 547.408 and 547.801.
- e ~Front:white or amber or color between white and amber; Rear:red or amber or color between red and amber.
5 Multiple choice questions
- ~102 inches.
~Passenger vehicle may not carry a load extending more than 3 inches beyond the left side line of fenders or more than 6 inches beyond the right side line of fenders.
- ~audible under normal conditions at a distance of 200 feet.
- ~Shall be equipped with a muffler in good working condition that continuously operates to prevent excessive or unusual noise.
- ~backup lamps emit light only when the vehicle is not moving forward
- ~MV may not be equipped with T.V., digital disc or, videocassette player; or similar equipment if video display is NOT visible from operator's seat.
5 True/False questions
Reflectors → ~Red.
~15-60 inches in height.
Headlamps → ~Not more than 4 of the following lighted at the one time: headlamps,; lamps, including auxiliary lamp or spot lamp more than 300 candlepower.
~24-54 inches in height.
Vehicles and Equipment Subject to Inspection → ~Red flags.
~Flags at least 12 inches square.
~At least 4 feet beyond the bed or body of the vehicle.
~Loads beyond the sides or more than 4 feet beyond the vehicle's rear shall display red flags.
Tail lamps → ~backup lamps emit light only when the vehicle is not moving forward
Safety Belts Required → ~Front Safety belts if safety belt anchorages were part of manufacturer's original equipment.