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Question 1: What does the following picture show?

  A Russian truck from the early 1920s
  Truck carrying a large load in India
  Scania R470 flat nose truck
  DAF tractor with an auto-transport semi-trailer carrying Škoda Octavia cars in Cardiff, Wales

Question 2: They were common in the United States, but lost prominence when permitted length was extended in the early ________.
1970s1990s1980sRonald Reagan

Question 3: Many also tow one or more trailers or ________.
Articulated vehicleRoad trainSemi-trailerSemi-trailer truck

Question 4: In ________, a truck driving license is required for any motor vehicle with a Gross Vehicle Mass (GVM) exceeding 4,500 kilograms (9,921 lb).
CanadaAustraliaUnited KingdomBarbados

Question 5: A sleeper is a compartment attached to the cab where the driver can rest while not driving, sometimes seen in ________.
Mack TrucksAutomatic transmissionTruck driverSemi-trailer truck

Question 6: Almost all trucks share a common construction: they are made of a chassis, a cab, an area for placing ________ or equipment, axles, suspension and roadwheels, an engine and a drivetrain.
Intermodal containerCargoIntermodal freight transportContainerization

Question 7: The word "lorry" is also used in ________, although there it can refer to a train.
Papua New GuineaMalaysiaCanadaCambodia

Question 8: The United Kingdom and the rest of ________ now have common, yet complex rules (see European driving licence).
Western EuropeBalkansEastern EuropeEurope

Question 9: Trucks and buses built by ________ usually also contain International engines.
United Parcel ServiceMack TrucksNavistar InternationalCaterpillar Inc.

Question 10: What does the following picture show?

  Vintage 1898 NW truck
  Inside a Mack truck
  DAF tractor with an auto-transport semi-trailer carrying Škoda Octavia cars in Cardiff, Wales
  North American highway freight rig pulled by a Kenworth tractor. Note the refrigerated trailer and the Conventional ("American") engine-cab style.
















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