Mark's Quiz Page
1.How many state names start with the letter M and what are they?
2.What state am I from?
3.Where are the "NO ZONES" around a truck?
4.Why do you want to stay away from those zones?
5.If a truck has placards on the sides what does that mean to you?
6.What should you do if there is a problem with that vehicle?
7.Which direction should you go to get away from the problem? (I told you when
I was there)
8.What are the names of the states around your state and what are their Capitols?
9.What state is the farthest west and north and what is it's Capitol?
10.What country does it border?
11.What country is just across a narrow strip of ocean from that state?
12.How many Great Lakes are there and what are their names?
13.What country is north of the Great Lakes?
14.What country is south of the United States?
15How many states does that country border and what are their names and
16.At what temperature does water freeze?
17. How many states names start with the letter L?
18. How many states start with the letter A?
19 How many states start with the letter B?
20. What does the cursive capital Q look like?
21. How many states were there when the  Declaration of Independence was
22. How many wheels are there on my truck?
23. What states border Utah?
24. Why would truck drivers need to talk to each other while driving? (list your
25. I took a 2 hour break then worked for 3-1/2 hours then took 5 hours off and
worked 7.5 hours. How many hours did I work and how many did I take off?
26. Can you name 5 large trucking companies?
27. What year did Marten Transport become a company?
28. Who was the founder?
29. What town is Marten Transport's home?
30. What state is that in?
31. There is a mountain range in Colorado. What range is it?
I will add more questions to this page as they occur to me. I hope that you enjoy finding the answers.
It is mandatory for a motorist with criminal intentions to stop at the city limits and telephone
the chief of police as he is entering the town What is the city and state?
The answer to questions 27, 28, 29, 30
and 32 may be found in the pages of this site
1.This is an unusual paragraph. I'm curious as to just how quickly you
can find out what is so unusual about it. It looks so ordinary and plain
that you would think nothing is wrong with it. In fact, nothing is wrong
with it! It is highly unusual though. Study it and think about it, but you
still may not find anything odd. But if you work at it a bit, you might
out. Try to do so without any coaching!
2. What is black when you buy it, red when you use it, and gray
when you
throw it away?
3. A murderer is condemned to death. He has to choose between
three rooms for his punishment.
The first is full of raging fires, the second is full of assassins with
loaded guns, and the third is full of lions that haven't eaten in 3 years.
Which room is safest for him?
4. Can you name three consecutive days without using the words
Wednesday, Friday, or Sunday?
The answers  to these questions are down the page
1a. The letter “E”, which is the most common letter used in the English
language, does not appear even once in the paragraph.
2a. Charcoal, as it is used in barbecuing.
3a. The third room. Lions that haven't eaten in three years
are dead.
That one was easy, right?
4a. Sure you can name three consecutive days, yesterday, today, and