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  1. When conducting a quick visual examination of the police vehicle (before using it), the officer should check for scratched paint that may be the result of contact with an object or __________ damage.
  2. An officer will drive his or her vehicle in extreme conditions, unlike he or she would drive a personal vehicle. Therefore, before using the vehicle, the officer __________ locate any potential problems so they can be repaired.
  3. An officer should
  4. Under inflation of tires can
  5. When conducting a quick visual examination of the police vehicle (before using it), the officer should check for foreign objects on the __________ other than natural objects or road debris, which means a potentially harmful device (such as an explosive).
  6. Some agencies will require that the officer
  7. If the__________ tire fails, the vehicle may lose traction. The officer may have difficulty steering, feel vibration in the steering wheel, and feel the vehicle pulling in the direction of the affected tire.
  8. After inspecting a vehicle's exterior, an officer should not drive it without checking __________
  9. When an officer fails to inspect his or her vehicle properly, that officer faces potential safety hazards. In addition, failing to complete an inspection may violate __________.
  10. When inspecting the police vehicle's exterior, __________ should be checked for uneven wear that may result from improper balance or alignment.
  11. For personal safety, an officer should perform inspections __________every use of the vehicle.
  12. When conducting a quick visual examination of the police vehicle (before using it), the officer should check for missing or broken light covers that can present a hazard to other __________ and may be a traffic violation.
  13. When conducting a quick visual examination of the police vehicle (before using it), the officer should check for broken or cracked glass, as well as mirrors, which could injure the officer and __________.
  14. Proper tire inflation ensures tires are inflated at or above the manufacturer's recommended PSI. What does PSI stand for?
  15. Will tires dissipate fluid if the wear bars on the tire are even with the tread surface?
  16. When conducting a quick visual examination of the police vehicle (before using it), the officer should check for damaged emergency equipment such as a siren, light bar, or other emergency lights that could prevent an officer from operating the vehicle in __________ mode.
  17. When conducting a quick visual examination of the police vehicle (before using it), the officer should
  18. If the __________ tire fails, a vehicle may lose traction and pull in an unpredictable direction.
  19. Embedded foreign objects can deflate or blow out a tire. However, an officer should
  20. When conducting a quick visual examination of the police vehicle (before using it), the officer should check for __________ that are more obvious signs of contact with another object, perhaps a vehicle.
  1. a pounds per square inch.
  2. b no
  3. c must
  4. d tires
  5. e not pull out the object but allow the dealer or maintenance personnel to handle the removal.
  6. f check for a dirty windshield, which could impair observation ability.

    check for fluid leaks visible on the ground under the vehicle.
  7. g inspect the rims on the police vehicle for dents, cracks, or damage to the bead.
  8. h rear
  9. i agency policy.
  10. j dents
  11. k emergency
  12. l intentional.
  13. m impair his or her vision.
  14. n make a vehicle difficult to handle.
  15. o under the hood.
  16. p before and after.
  17. q undercarriage.
  18. r front
  19. s drivers
  20. t do some repairs to their assigned vehicle, instead of calling a mechanic.