Driver CPC - The Official DVSA Guide for Professional Bus and Coach Drivers Book

Bus & Coach CPC Book

Driver CPC - The Official DVSA Guide for Professional Bus and Coach Drivers Book

This new edition of The Official DVSA Guide for Professional Bus and Coach Drivers - Driver CPC, is essential reading for all learner professional bus and coach drivers.

The only official guide from the Driver & Vehicle Standards Agency is specifically designed to help bus and coach vehicle drivers prepare for their initial Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC).

  • Now includes - 10 mixed topic, practice case studies similar to the ones in the actual test. These contain multiple choice and multiple response questions. Use them to help you prepare for the real test
  • Background - explains the purpose of Driver Certificate of Professional Competence and the process of gaining Driver CPC
  • Full syllabus - contains all the information needed to pass the test, with full colour photography throughout, to explain key principles and techniques plus a glossary of technical terms
  • Practical demonstration test - prepares you for what to expect on the day

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What does this symbol above mean. 

What It Means:
This old-fashioned oil can symbol indicates that there is an issue with your car’s oil pressure system. Either you’re running low on oil or your oil pump isn’t circulating enough fluid to properly lubricate the surfaces inside your engine. (NOTE: Some car dashboards will display the word “OIL” instead of this symbol.) 

What To Do:
Poor engine lubrication can cause major engine damage, so this is an important warning to pay attention to! Pull over as soon as it is safe, turn off the vehicle, and check the oil! Look around the engine bay for obvious oil leaks, and then pull out the oil dipstick to check the fluid level. If the oil level is low, then the light may go off when you add oil. If it has enough oil but the engine is running noisy, it might an issue with the oil pump. If the oil level is okay and the engine is running smoothly, your oil pressure sensor may be malfunctioning. 

In any case, it’s important to take your vehicle vehicle to a mechanic take a look and address whatever is causing the low oil/low oil pressure.


 

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What does this symbol above mean. 

What It Means: Your check engine light may appear for a variety of reasons. Sometimes it is triggered by an open, loose or cracked gas cap, which causes fuel to evaporate. But sometimes it indicates a serious issue, like low oil pressure or overheating! (NOTE: Some car dashboards will display the words “CHECK ENGINE” instead of this symbol.) What To Do: If you haven’t noticed a change in the way the car drives and you don’t notice any unusual sounds or smells, you can continue driving a moderate distance (preferably back home or to your local Virginia Tire & Auto). If the check engine light is red and/or flashing, you should stop driving immediately! In most vehicles, a flashing check engine light signals that you have a major problem that could cause serious damage to your engine if you ignore it. In either case, make sure to get the light checked and the problem repaired as soon as possible.


 

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