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PPL Written Test Prep Quiz #9

I wrote this quiz to help me pass the PPL written exam. There is no guarantee that the questions here will turn up on the test. They just test your knowledge of the material and help memorize it. Feel free to use it at your own risk.

When it comes to fuel, one requirement of the CARs is that when flying VFR during the day a non-pressurized, single engine, prop driven airplane must carry enough fuel:





When it comes to fuel, another requirement of the CARs is that when flying VFR during the night a non-pressurized, single engine, prop driven airplane must carry enough fuel:





According to the CARs you may activate an ELT to test it





When enroute in a uncontrolled airspace and flying VFR and not communicating on a MF, ATF, or VFR on an airway you should continuously monitor:





When enroute in a uncontrolled airspace and flying VFR and not communicating on a MF, ATF, or VFR on an airway you are not required to report your position, but should you choose to do so the basic VFR position reporting format is:





When choosing an en-route altitude for VFR flight the options are:



For CFVR (VFR over 12,500' ASL) the options for altitude selection are:



For VFR and CVFR flight altitude selection begins at:







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