Commercial Drivers License (General Knowledge) : Fires

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Example Question #1 : Fires

Which of the following is the most common cause of tire fires?

Possible Answers:

Tires that are made with a deficient grade of rubber

Tires that are over-inflated

Tires that are insufficiently inflated

None of these

Correct answer:

Tires that are insufficiently inflated

Explanation:

Under-inflated tires are the single most common cause of tire fires, especially for heavy and commercial vehicles. Over-inflated tires, while posing obvious safety concerns, do not pose as great a risk for fires specifically as do under inflated tires.

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