Learn how to how to find the specific numbers for the CDL In-Cab Air Brake Inspection. Watch the video.
Hi there smart drivers. Rick with Smart Drive Test talking to you today about CDL air brakes, passing the test, and knowing the five in-cab checks that you have to do. And the specific numbers that you have to memorize for the purposes of passing your CDL road test. So that's we're gonna help you with today. Stick around we'll be right back with that information.
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Hi there smart drivers. Welcome back. Rick with Smart Drive Test talking to you today about the CDL air brake in-cab checks that you have to do.
The five checks:
1) testing the governor;
2) the low air warning;
3) testing that the spring brakes...the emergency brakes rather. That these apply between twenty and forty five psi;
4) testing the compressor, which is often referred to as the build-up test.
5) And then building to maximum pressure and doing your leak test.
And those are the five tests you have to do in-cab. And I have a checklist over at the Smart Drive Test website that's going to help you with that and memorizing those numbers. And if you check down in the description there, you can find a link over to the Smart Drive Test website where you can pick up your checklist for the in-cab CDL air brake checks that you have to do.
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