1. High speed patient transportation is usually unnecessary but the five to seven percent that probably require "Code 3" transport include:
    A. Serious Fractures
    B. Spinal Injuries
    C. Uncontrolled Hemorrhage
    D. Heart Attacks
    C. Uncontrolled Hemorrhage
  2. The ambulance drivers primary responsability is:

    A. Safe Patient Transportation
  3. You must demonstrate your ability to safely operate an ambulance to:

    B. Your Employer
  4. When driving an ambulance "Code 3" the driver should:

    B. Avoid passing vehicles on their right
  5. If your ambulance drivers certificate has been revoked for reckless driving, you may reapply after a period of not less than:

    B. One year
  6. You shall not drive an ambulance when your ability to operate the vehicle safely is affected by:
    A. Fatigue or illness
    B. A temporary disability
    C. A permanent disability
    D. Any of the above
    D. Any of the above
  7. The ambulance driver is required to inspect the ambulance:
    A. Once a week
    B. Daily
    C. Prior to operation
    D. After each trip
    C. Prior to operation
  8. Smoking in the ambulance is:

    D. Not mentioned in the regulations
  9. While driving under "Code 3" exemptions, you may disobey a red stop signal only if:

    D. The ambulance speed is slowed to 15 MPH
  10. Although you possess an ambulance driver certificate renewed after December of last year, you may not respond to an emergency call:

    D. If any of the above circumstances exist
  11. Medical conditions wherein especially smooth, low speed patient transportation is preferable include:

    D. All of the above
  12. A trainee may be substituted for the qualified ambulance attendant:

    D. In none of the above instances
  13. Every ambulance driver must be trained to use all the required ambulance equipment and to assist the attendant in care of the injured:

    C. Before responding to an emergency call
  14. When ambulances are readily available from two or more services, your ambulance company may respond to a motor vehicle accident:

    A. Only upon instruction from a law-enforcement or public agency dispatcher
  15. Studies have shown that sirens on emergency vehicles do not give sufficiant warnings to:

    B. Drivers of vehicles approaching on a cross street
  16. The decision to use high speed patient transportation requires sound judgement, because such operation can:

    D. Do all of the above
  17. In order to maintain a valid ambulance driver certificate you must pass a physical examination:

    C. Every two years
  18. When a qualified attendant is not readily available, the driver of an ambulance dispatched for emergency service shall:

    B. Notify the dispatcher of the inability to respond
  19. The amber warning lamps on the ambulance may be displayed only:

    C. When an unusual traffic hazard exists
  20. The red warning lamps on the ambulance may be displayed:

    D. Under any of the above circumstances
  21. Responsibility for determining the mechanical safety of the ambulance rests primarily with the:

    C. Ambulance driver
  22. A tire may not be used on an ambulance when it is so worn that the tread depth in any two adjacent grooves is less than:

    A. 1/32 of an inch
  23. When transporting a stabilized patient, the driver should:

    B. Not exceed the posted speed limit
  24. Unless specifically exempted, a new ambulance driver must obtain a valid EMT-1(ambulance) certificate:

    D. Within one year of employemnt
  25. Your ambulance drivers certificate may be denied or revoked for conviction of:

    D. Any of the above
  26. A conviction that has been set aside or dismissed following probation as permitted by Penal Code Section 1203.4:

    A. Is considered a conviction regardless of the dismissal
  27. Authority for the management of the scene of a traffic accident involving injuries is vested in the:

    D. Public safety agency having investigative authority
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