Our Story

Driving Academy was established to create the best learning environment for all our students. Since driving is something we take very seriously. Our founder came from a family of teachers and professional CDL drivers. He has, practically, grown up in this business and, teaching and driving is in his blood. Our founder has developed a system of driver education that can help even the most challenged students. He has truly taken this industry by storm by putting fundamental education before anything else.

Getting a License is as easy as 1-2-3

1. Pick a license to freedom




2. Pick a course to freedom

Flexible training options: You can pick your schedule around your needs
Training Times: Monday – Friday 7:30 – 9:00pm,  Saturday and Sunday 9:00am – 1pm (weekend hours subject to change)

Guaranteed Training Course

Unlimited Road Test Rentals
Both Classroom & Yard Training
Full Time Only

Full Course

(Both Classroom + Yard Training)

Half Course

Just Yard Training

Full Time

(8 Hours per day)

Part Time

(4 Hours per day)

3. Pass test and earn your license to freedom

Why Driving Academy

Practice Test Questions & Answers
Air Brakes

We have provided a Sample of question that might come up for your written exam. These are not all the questions that will be on the test. For more sample questions or access to our online training course give us a call today.

Hint: Correct answer is underlined.

A. when the brakes should be applied
B. when the air compressor pumps air into the storage tanks
C. when the warning light is activated
D. when the air is released from the tank

A. only on steep hills
B. on level surfaces
C. anytime you park
D. when the brakes are hot

A. air and water
B. oil and air
C. water and oil
D. dirt and oil

A. gears
B. hoses
C. V belt
D. both A and B

A. reduce the risk of ice in the air brake valve during cold weather
B. remove oil from the air lines
C. reduce the risk of water in the air brake valves in warm weather
D. remove fuel from the air lines

A. Once a week
B. Once a day
C. Every four hours
D. Every two or three days

A. the pressure has exceeded 150 psi
B. too much air is in the air compressor
C. something is wrong and you should have it checked by a mechanic
D. all of the above

A. are bolted to the vehicle
B. are located at each end of the vehicle’s axles
C. hold the brake shoes and linings
D. all of the above

A. Wedge brakes
B. Dish brakes
C. S-Cam brakes
D. Drum brakes

A. shows how much pressure you are applying to the brakes
B. is connected to the generator
C. releases air when you accelerate
D. prevents brake failure

A. pushing against a spring and against air pressure to the brake
B. releasing air pressure to the brake
C. reducing air in the tanks
D. activating the safety valve

A. a red light
B. a wig-wag mechanical arm
C. a buzzer
D. any one of the above

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