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Este material se basa en investigaciones financiadas por la Administración Federal de Seguridad del Autotransporte bajo el Acuerdo Cooperativo N DTFH61-97-X-00017. Cualquier opinión, conclusión, resolución o recomendación que se exprese en la publicación pertenece a los autores y no necesariamente refleja la posición de la Administración Federal de Seguridad del Autotransporte.

Manual para la licencia de conductor comercial
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Sección 1 INTRODUCCIÓN ................................................................................................................................................... 1 1.1 – Tipos de vehículos...................................................................................................................................................... 2 1.2 – Conductor comercial Examen para la licencia ........................................................................................................... 6 1.3 – Otras normas de la Ley de seguridad ........................................................................................................................ 7 1.4 – Ley de mejoras para la seguridad del autotransporte (MCSIA) ................................................................................. 7 Sección 2 CONDUCCIÓN SEGURA .................................................................................................................................... 10 2.1 – Inspección del vehículo ............................................................................................................................................ 10 2.2 – Control básico del vehículo ...................................................................................................................................... 19 2.3 – Cambiar de marcha…...

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