MM3670, Lesson 1
1. You are inspecting a commercial vehicle owned by the Atlas Trucking Company. The driver, C.
B. Briggs, has an Alabama state permit, number 103689, and a medical examiner's certificate
dated 10 January 1982. It is 1030 hours on 15 August 1984 at Fort Gordon, Georgia. Use this
information to fill out the Origin column in the first part of the DD Form 626 in figure 1-2.
Is there any reason why you should not approve this driver?
If you answered "yes," give your reason.
2. You are inspecting a commercial sleeper cab tractor and semitrailer. The tractor has
Mississippi license plate number TR-3498, and the trailer has Mississippi license plate number
TR-6111. The vehicle's I.C.C. number is 362122. The driver shows you a valid lease. Use this
information to fill out the Vehicle section of the DD Form 626 in figure 1-2.
4. When could you allow the use of an open-bed truck without a tarpaulin to haul ammunition?
5. While inspecting a vehicle, you find one of the headlights burned out. The driver replaces it.
Should you approve the vehicle if that is the only defect?
If you placed an X in the item 9 Unsat column of the inspection checklist of your DD Form 626,
what should you write in the Remarks column?
6. While inspecting a vehicle, you find that the horn does not work and that there are no spare
electrical fuses in the vehicle. The driver gets the spare electrical fuses before you finish the
inspection. Use this information to fill out the appropriate parts of the inspection checklist on the
DD Form 626 in figure 1-2.