If you are preparing for the licensed pumper driver exam, you can take the below practice questions and answers. We have designed this operator pumper quiz to help improve your understanding and prepare better. A pumper is a person who tends, operates, and cares for a pump. Also, someone who knows how to handle electric motors, steam turbines, and internal combustion engines. So, if you want to be a pumper driver, this quiz will help you to check your knowledge and skills about the same.
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Road and brake tests.
Brake and hydrostatic tests.
Engine and hydrostatic tests.
Road and hydrostatic tests.
Overheating of engine coolant
Additional fuel consumption and loss of power
White smoke from the exhaust
Idle in neutral
Reach 400 to 500 rpm
Keep up with traffic
Master stream device
Red booster reel
Brake to reduce speed as you pass on the left side of the stopped vehicle.
Brake to reduce speed and pass the stopped vehicle on the right.
Accelerate and immediately move to the left lane when passing the stopped vehicle.
Slowly move to the right lane and proceed on the call.
The brake pedal is applied too hard.
The brake system fails.
Pressure is released from the accelerator.
The engine is first started.
Focusing too much on the traffic in front of the apparatus.
Stopping at intersections.
Misunderstanding the capabilities of the apparatus.
Using warning devices.
Maneuvering around parked and stopped vehicles and tight corners.
Steering a vehicle in a straight line.
Reversing the direction of travel of a vehicle in a narrow street.
Backing a vehicle into a restricted area.
Department standard operating guidelines.
The vehicle's weight.
AC current into DC current.
12 volts to 24 volts.
220 volts to 110 volts.
DC current into AC current.
Discharge gate must be opened further.
Discharge gate must be closed further.
Throttle setting must be reduced.
Both B and C are correct.
All of the above are correct.
Bypass-type balanced pressure proportioners
Variable-flow variable-rate direct injection systems
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