19 Matching questions
- Windshield washer, coolant reservoir, power steering, brake, transmission and engine oil are examples of what kind of levels that need to be checked (when inspecting a police vehicle)?
- Belts, hoses, and __________ are essential for the safe operation of the police vehicle and should be inspected each day before operating the vehicle.
- What driving tips should officers follow to prevent accidents? Choose all that apply.
- When inspecting the police vehicle, __________ should be observed for fraying and binding and to make sure the clasp locks properly.
- The inspection of the __________ (in the police vehicle) includes terminal connections, water levels (if applicable), and signs of damage to its exterior.
- __________ is sharpness of vision.
- When inspecting the police vehicle, an officer should examine levels of fluid that are under the vehicle's hood and identify the proper fluid levels according to the __________ recommended levels before moving the vehicle.
- When inspecting the engine of the police vehicle (with the vehicle running), the officer should look under the vehicle (standing __________ of the vehicle) to check for leaks.
- While inspecting the police vehicle's engine, the officer should
- During inspections of the police vehicle, should the officer check under the vehicle for any potential leaks while the engine is running?
- If an officer must stop abruptly, unsecured items
- What contents should be in the trunk of an officer's vehicle? Choose all that apply.
- The communications and emergency equipment installed in a police vehicle put a
- When inspecting the police vehicle, the officer should
- Before and after every shift and after every transport, officers must
- When inspecting the police vehicle, the officer should observe __________ for visible damage and see if they react properly to input.
- Vision supplies approximately __________ percent of incoming data to a driver.
- A good-looking exterior does not
- When can the officer start the police vehicle's engine (for inspection)?
- a gauges.
- b wires
- c guarantee proper vehicle operation.
- d ensure
that all the trunk�s contents are properly restrained; shifting
equipment may damage the vehicle or change the way it handles.
check the rear view mirror to see if it is securely attached or if it is cracked or broken.
- e vehicle manufacturer's.
- f ~scan far enough ahead to be able to react safely to approaching situations.
- g yes
- h after the initial inspection.
- i 90-95
- j ~ tire tool.
~ vehicle jack.
- k battery
- l be aware of unusual sounds, smells, or other indicators that may warrant further inspection of the vehicle.
- m acuity.
- n tremendous strain on the battery.
- o to the side.
- p seat belts.
- q become severe hazards in the police vehicle.
- r check under the back seat for possible weapons or contraband left in the police car by suspects.
- s fluid level.