LTO Conductor’s License Exam Reviewer 2024

If you intend to work as either bus conductor, bus inspector, cable car conductor, passenger car conductor, railway passenger train guard, road freight conductor, ticket inspector (public transport), train conductor, or any other transport conductor, then one of the requirements mandated by the Land Transportation Office (LTO) before you are legally allowed to do so is to secure an LTO conductor’s license. To secure one, you first need to pass the conductor’s license test to prove that you have the necessary skills and qualifications to work and assist the drivers of buses and other public utility vehicles (PUVs) in serving the public citizenry.

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Getting a Conductor’s License means acquiring that special LTO-issued permit that conductors need to have in order to work legally in the Philippines. If you’re interested in obtaining this type of license, you need to visit your nearest LTO office and submit your requirements and take a written exam and a practical test which will assess your knowledge and skills as a conductor. It’s like a passport to working in the public transportation sector. Plus, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that you’re operating within the law.

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Taking the LTO Conductor’s License (CL) Exam

Like all other types licenses or permits issued by the Land Transportation Authority (LTO) under the mandate of the Land Transportation and Traffic Code (RA 4136), the Conductor’s license comes with both a written and practical test taken at the LTO. After all, conductors need to know what they are doing since they are the ones who are held liable in cases of violations regarding overloading of passengers or freight or cargo beyond its registered carrying capacity.

Much like the Professional Driver’s License (PDL), the Conductor’s License is a necessary requirement from those who wish to work as a conductor and earn. It requires applicants to take a 20-item written assessment and to attend an orientation or enhancement program, regardless of whether he can or cannot drive. It doesn’t require or give one the authority to drive, but it does allow the bearer to legally perform the following:

  • collecting and issuing tickets, passes or fares
  • checking the validity of issued tickets
  • attending to the passengers
  • providing assistance regarding boarding, seating and luggage particularly to the elderly, sick, disabled, or injured passengers;
  • opening and closing doors for passengers;
  • performing safety checks prior to departure
  • signaling to drivers to stop or proceed when passengers disembark
  • greeting passengers, checking boarding transportation equipment, and announcing routes and stops
  • ensuring that safety regulations are observed
  • responding to passengers requests and complaints; and
  • taking charge of appropriate actions in cases of emergencies or accidents

Conductor’s License Exam Reviewer 2023

Carefully read through each question to fully understand the given scenarios, and try to imagine it as if you were in a real situation before choosing the best possible answers.

  1. How much is the fare discount granted to PWD and the Senior Citizens pursuant to R.A. 9994 (Expanded Senior Citizens Act of 2010) and R.A. 9442 (Magna Carta for Disabled Persons)?
    A. 25% Discount for the prescribed fare for both the PWD and Senior Citizens
    B. 20% Discount for the prescribed fare for both the PWD and Senior Citizens
    C. 30% Discount for the prescribed fare for both the PWD and Senior Citizens
    D. 35% Discount for the prescribed fare for both the PWD and Senior Citizens
  2. Aside from the pedestrian crossing lane, parking is also prohibited at:
    A. The intersection and within 6 meters and next to the side of another vehicle parked or double parking
    B. The intersection lane within 4 meters and double parking
    C. Double parking and 5 the intersection within 5 meters
  3. By law, the front seat of “FOR HIRE” buses are reserved for:
    A. Person with disability
    B. Truck owners
    C. Senior Citizens
    D. PWD and Senior Citizens
  4. Always carry a pair of Early Warning Device (EWD) on Vehicles with 4 wheels or more and use them when stalled due to motor vehicle defects. How do you use EWD?
    A. Put the EWD for a distance of 1 meter in front and 4 meters at the rear of the stalled vehicle
    B. Put the EWD for a distance of 4 meters in front and 4 meters at the rear of the stalled vehicle
    C. Put the EWD directly in front of the car and 4 meters at the rear of the stalled vehicle
    D. Put the EWD for a distance of 3 meters in front and 3 meters at the rear of the stalled vehicle
  5. When riding on a public utility Vehicle with four (4) wheels or more, seatbelts’ must be worn by the driver and passengers in the front seat:
    answer choices
    A. Only when the door is not locked.
    B. When you feel like wearing it.
    C. At all times, in any kind of road regardless of the destinations.
    D. When on major roads like SLEX, NLEX, and main road.
  6. Which document/s should be carried while driving a “FOR HIRE” vehicle?
    A. Professional Driver’s License
    B. Birth Certificate
    C. Conductor’s License
    D. Photocopy of Valid Franchise/certificate of Public Convenience (CPC)
    E. Certificate of Registration (OR) and current official Receipt (OR) of payment from the LTO
  7. Where is the designated area for the loading and unloading of passengers?
    A. Anywhere as long as it is on the side of the road
    B. Only in the terminal
    C. At any designated loading and unloading zone
    D. Where the passenger wants, because the passenger is always right
  8. If there are passengers about to board or alight within the city proper, where is the correct place to stop?
    A. At any place, where there is a bus stop sign
    B. At any place, as long as it’s on the side of the road.
    C. Only in the terminal area
  9. The conductor’s license cannot be used in:
    A. Driving a motor vehicle during an emergency and as an alternative when the driver is not feeling well
    B. Driving a private vehicle
    C. Swapping with the driver for him to rest
  10. What is the appropriate attire for a conductor?
    A. Any attire that is approved by the company.
    B. White polo, black pants, and black shoes
    C. Uniform issued by their company for easy identification
  11. One of the primary duty of the conductor is to:
    A. Assisting the passengers where to sit
    B. Assist the passengers in boarding/ alighting with their baggage
    C. Give tickets to the passengers that are riding the vehicle.
  12. What should you do as a conductor if the bus is involved in an accident and you were not hurt?
    A. Run and ask for help
    B. Attend to the injured passengers and ask for help
    C. Run and save yourself
    D. Tell the passengers to go out of the vehicle and look for another ride.
  13. When is the right time to open the door of the bus?
    A. When the passenger is at the bus door
    B. When the bus is full-on stop.
    C. When the passenger said to stop the vehicle.
  14. Who should be given a fare discount
    A. PWD
    B. Students
    C. Senior Citizens
    D. Workers
    E. all of the above
  15. Who is responsible for the overloading of passengers and cargoes?
    A. Passengers
    B. Driver
    C. Conductor
    D. Company
  16. When is the time wherein passengers are allowed to stand inside the bus while its in motion?
    A. When there are no seats available for the passengers
    B. It is not allowed at all time
    C. When the passengers refuse to sit down.
  17. What must the conductor do when the personal belongings of a passenger were left inside the bus?
    A. Surrender to your office/terminal for proper turnover
    B. Surrender to the bus driver for an easy turnover
    C. Keep it its for free
  18. What is the penalty for overcharging/undercharging of authorized rates for the first offense?
    A. PHP 3,000
    B. PHP 5,000
    C. PHP 2,000
    D. PHP 1,000
  19. Failure to post appropriate signage instructing front-seat passengers to wear seatbelts when inside a public utility vehicle is penalized by:
    A. PHP 5,000 for every violation
    B. PHP 5,000
    C. PHP 3,000 for every violation
    D. PHP 3,000
  20. If a motor vehicle is a 61-seater including the driver’s seat, how many passengers are allowed to board in it?
    A. 59 so the conductor can also sit
    B. 60 passengers
    C. 61
    D. Passengers can occupy 60 seats and others can stand
  21. During peak hours, there are more passengers who are eager to ride but the bus is already full. As a conductor, what will you do?
    A. Allow the passengers to hang on to or ride outside of or at the rear end of the vehicle
    B. Tell the passengers that there’s only standing space and ask if they still want to ride
    C. Respectfully decline and tell them to wait for another bus
  22. What should a Conductor do so that fares are properly collected especially during the initial trip?
    A. Prepare enough coins before traveling to
    have exact change
    B. Ask the passengers to prepare exact amount and tell them to get off when they don’t have the exact amount
    C. Ask the passengers if they’re okay with not getting the exact change since there isn’t enough change available
  23. What is a good habit of a Conductor?
    A. Make sure all passengers are allowed on the bus
    B. Clean the bus prior to every trip
    C. Keep the bus door open
  24. Where is the appropriate place for large baggage of passengers?
    A. On the empty seat closest to the owner
    B. On the aisle by the feet of the owner
    C. At the baggage compartment
  25. What is not allowed to be loaded in a bus?
    A. Gasoline, LPG and other hazardous chemicals
    B. Perfume and other aerosol products
    C. Beer, wine, and other types of liquor
  26. What must a conductor do if personal belongings of a passenger were left inside the bus?
    A. Surrender to the office/terminal for proper disposition
    B. Keep it
    C. Give it to the passenger sitting close to the place where the item was found
  27. If the vehicle becomes disabled on a highway, you should remind the driver to:
    A. Call for help
    B. Park the vehicle off the traveled highway, if possible
    C. Lock up and call the authorities for help
  28. Throwing candy wrappers, or anything from your vehicle windows is:
    A. forbidden at all times
    B. forbidden only in the province
    C. forbidden only is the cities
  29. What is the violation wherein the driver/conductor accepts or carries in his/her/its motor vehicle passengers in excess of the capacity fixed by the LTFRB?
    A. Overloading
    B. Disregarding Traffic Signs
    C. Reckless Driving
  30. When can’t a “Conductor’s License” be used?
    A. To prove that one can work as a conductor legally
    B. As the conductor’s proof of identity
    C. As alternate when driver is not feeling well and when there is an emergency
  31. In the Philippines, distance is measured from the _ in each province which should be somewhere near the provincial building.
    A. Kilometer Post
    B. Number of bridges
    C. Road Markings
  32. What is one of the requirements in a public utility vehicle?
    A. Fire extinguisher
    B. Emergency exit
    C. Seatbelts
  33. What are the conductor’s first and foremost responsibility?
    A. To keep the driver awake
    B. Passenger’s safety and baggage
    C. Vehicle safety
  34. Is it allowed for passengers to stand at the aisle of the bus?
    A. Yes, if the passenger prefer to stand
    B. Yes, if the bus company allows it
    C. No
  35. The driver and conductor must convey/unload passengers in:
    A. The place where the passenger tells them to
    B. Any loading and unloading zone
    C. In a parking zone
  36. If the bus is involved in an accident, the Conductor if he’s not hurt must:
    A. Help fix the problem
    B. Leave the vehicle first to ask for help
    C. Attend to the injured passengers and ask for help
  37. What would you do as a Conductor if the bus is involved in a road crash and you were NOT hurt?
    A. Leave the vehicle to find the police
    B. Play dead and wait for help
    C. Assist the injured passengers and call for help.
  38. What is the penalty for the Falsification or Fraudulent presentation of a Certificate of Public Convenience?
    A. Suspension of license
    B. Revocation/cancellation of CPC
    C. Fines amounting to Php 5,000
  39. What do you call a public utility vehicle that is operating with suspended or canceled CPC?
    A. Colorum
    B. Rebel
    C. Jockey
  40. What should the conductor do when a passenger feels dizzy and is vomiting?
    A. Provide assistance to the passenger
    B. Call 911
    C. Tell the driver to stop at the nearest hospital
  41. What does the conductor need to make sure before the bus moves off?
    A. Keep the passengers seated
    B. The door is properly closed
    C. Check that all the passengers have their seatbelts on
  42. If the vehicle broke down on the highway, the conductor should remind the driver:
    A. To call a towing service
    B. To park the vehicle of the highway if the possible
    C. To inform the police
  43. What is your responsibility as conductor after parking the vehicle?
    A. Making sure that the bus smells nice
    B. Making sure that there are no sleeping passengers, and anything left inside the bus must be properly turned over
    C. Making sure all the windows are opened to air the bus and remove the smell
  44. What does “beating the red light” mean?
    A. Passing through the yellow lights coming to the intersection
    B. Passing through the green lights coming to the intersection
    C. Stopping at the intersection when the yellow light is on
  45. How are the traffic lights arranged in the order starting from the top?
    A. Red, yellow and green
    B. Yellow, red, and blue
    C. Red, green, and yellow
  46. Loading and unloading passengers can only be done:
    A. only before an intersection
    B. wherever a passenger signals for a stop
    C. only at designated spots
  47. A privately registered car utilized for hire and carriage of passengers or cargoes is referred to as a colorum vehicle, and is prohibited by law. Drivers caught operating such vehicle for the first time is penalized by
    A. A fine of Php 2,000 and suspension of his driver’s
    license for three months
    B. cancellation of his driver’s license
    C. a fine of Php 500
  48. The owner of a privately registered motor vehicle that is utilized for hire is penalized by:
    A. a fine of P2,000 and confiscation of vehicle plates
    B. a fine of P300
    C. confiscation of motor vehicle plates
  49. A pre-trip inspection should be completed:
    A. before and after driving the motor vehicle
    B. after driving the motor vehicle
    C. before driving the motor vehicle
  50. Public Service Law prohibits a public utility driver to converse with his passengers to assure utmost attention to the road, specifically while the vehicle is:
    A. parked
    B. climbing the mountain
    C. in motion
  51. It refers to an act penalizing persons under the influence of alcohol, dangerous drugs, and similar substances, and for other purposes.
    A. R.A. No. 10586
    B. R.A. No. 10666
    C. R.A. No. 4136
  52. It refers to the act of operating a motor vehicle while the driver’s BAC level has, after being subjected to an ABA test, reached the level of intoxication as established jointly by the DOH, the NAPOLCOM and the DOTr.
    A. Disregarding traffic signs
    B. Driving under the influence of alcohol
    C. Reckless Driving
  53. It refers to alcoholic beverages classified into beer, wine and distilled spirits, the consumption of which produces intoxication.
    A. wine
    B. cigarette
    C. alcohol
  54. It refers to the equipment which can be used to determine the BAC level of a person through testing of his breath.
    A. Blood Alcohol Checker
    B. Alcohol Breath Analyzer
    C. Alcohol Distiller
  55. What should you do to avoid air pollution especially from motor vehicles
    A. Keep the windows closed
    B. Help enforce the law by having regular motor vehicle check up and not overloading
    C. Make sure to change the motor parts regularly
  56. It refers to standardized tests to initially assess and determine intoxication.
    A. Field Sobriety Test
    B. Drunk Test
    C. Eye Check
  57. It refers to the measure of the amount of alcohol in a person’s blood.
    A. Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC)
    B. Blood Alcohol Checker
    C. Alcohol Breath Analyzer
  58. For drivers of trucks, buses, motorcycles and public utility vehicles, a BAC level of more than _ shall be conclusive proof that said driver is driving under the influence of alcohol.
    A. 0.5%
    B. 0.0%
    C. 0.6%
  59. It refers to horizontal or lateral jerking of the driver’s eyes as he or she gazes sideways following a moving object such as pen or the tip of a penlight held by the LEO from a distance of about one (1) foot away from the face of the driver.
    A. The Walk-and-Turn
    B. The One-Leg Stand
    C. The Eye Test (“horizontal gaze nystagmus”)
  60. It shall mean that the LEO has reasonable grounds to believe that the person driving the motor vehicle is under the influence of alcohol, dangerous drugs and/or other similar substances upon personally witnessing a traffic offense committed.
    A. probable cause
    B. improbable cause
    C. likely cause
  61. A driver found to have been driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol, dangerous drugs and/or other similar substances, as provided for under section 5 of the Anti Drunk and Drugged Driving Act, shall be penalized if the violation did not result in physical injuries or homicide with:
    A. A fine of P2,000 and confiscation of vehicle plates
    B. A 30-day suspension of driver’s license.
    C. Three (3) months imprisonment, and a fine ranging from Twenty thousand pesos (Php20,000.00) to Eighty thousand pesos (Php80,000.00)
  62. It refers to any land transportation vehicles propelled by any other power than muscular power.
    A. motorcycle
    B. public utility vehicle
    C. motor vehicle
  63. What is the short title of R.A. No. 10586?
    A. Anti-Distracted Driving Act of 2016
    B. The Land Transportation and Traffic Code
    C. Anti- Drunk and Drugged Driving Act of 2013
  64. A type of field sobriety test that requires the driver to walk heel-to-toe along a straight line for nine (9) steps, turn at the end and return to the point of origin without any difficulty.
    A. The One-Leg Stand
    B. The Walk-and-Turn
    C. The Eye Test (“horizontal gaze nystagmus”)
  65. A type of field sobriety test that requires to stand an either right or left leg with both arms on the side. The driver is instructed to keep the foot raised about six (6) inches off the ground for thirty (30) seconds.
    A. The Walk-and-Turn
    B. The Eye Test (“horizontal gaze nystagmus”)
    C. The One-Leg Stand
  66. According to the Philippine Clean Air Act of 1999 (R.A. No. 8749)
    A. Every citizen has the right to breathe clean air.
    B. Every citizen has the right to open the windows and enjoy the fresh air
    C. It is illegal to have windows that don’t open in a public transport
  67. As per RA 4136, the brakes on every vehicle (other than a motorcycle) must:
    A. consist of a good foot and hand brake
    B. consist of a good foot break that works as intended
    C. consist of brake fluid at all times
  68. What is not a good trait of a driver?
    A. Driving recklessly and under the influence of alcohol
    B. Driving while listening to music
    C. Driving fast on a highway
  69. A safe speed to drive your car under adverse conditions depends on:
    A. authorized speed limit
    B. your driving style
    C. the vehicle type
  70. Night driving is dangerous because:
    A. street lights tend to blur your vision
    B. more vehicles are on the road at night
    C. the distance we can see ahead is reduced
  71. What habit will help you prevent getting a fixed-stare and resist distraction?
    A. Looking at the ground
    B. Moving your eyes regularly by looking near and far
    C. Gauging another car’s speed
  72. Seatbelts must be worn by children aged:
    A. 5 years and above
    B. 7 years and above
    C. 6 years and above
  73. Which of the following is the maximum speed limit on expressways for cars?
    A. 60 kph
    B. 80 kph
    C. 100 kph
  74. Graft and corruption in the traffic enforcement system can be eliminated by:
    A. understanding the road and traffic rules and regulations
    B. understanding the road and traffic rules and regulations
    C. self discipline by drivers and obeying traffic rules and regulations
  75. Eating, drinking, reading, or doing anything that may take your attention from driving is:
    A. never allowed
    B. allowed if you have a professional driver’s license
    C. allowed as long as you can handle it
  76. To avoid suspension or revocation, how many days must a driver with an apprehended license settle his case with LTO?
    A. within 15 days
    B. within 10 days
    C. within 30 days
  77. To have one’s driver’s license suspended means to:
    A. have it revalidated by the LTO
    B. have it taken away permanently by the LTO
    C. have it taken temporarily by the LTO
  78. To obtain one’s driver’s license, one must be at least:
    A. 16 years old
    B. 17 years old
    C. 18 years old
  79. A pre-trip inspection should be completed:
    A. before and after operating the motor vehicle
    B. after operating the motor vehicle
    C. before operating the motor vehicle
  80. When loading or unloading passengers, we usually stop at the:
    A. right side of the road nearest the sidewalk
    B. middle of the road
    C. intersection
  81. Operating a public utility vehicle equipped with stereo-music is punishable by:
    A. a fine of Php 1,000
    B. revocation of the license and registration certificate
    C. imprisonment of the driver and operator for six months
  82. The motor vehicle plate and driver’s license may be confiscated by any authorized LTO agent when the vehicle being operated is found to be:
    A. unsafe, unsightly, defective and dilapidated
    B. painted with color not approved by LTO
    C. inefficient
  83. When a driver of PUV refuses to render service, convey passengers, such violation is penalize with:
    A. fine of ₱1, 000
    B. fine of ₱2, 000
    C. fine of ₱3, 000
  84. You were apprehended because you were engaged in car racing while driving on a super highway. What traffic violation did you commit?
    A. Reckless driving
    B. Gambling
    C. Overspeeding
  85. You were flagged down due to the noisy muffler of your motorcycle, what will you do?
    A. Bribe the traffic enforcer
    B. Reinstall the stock muffler of your motorcycle
    C. Pay the violation fee

Important Reminders

Do note that before you can secure the Conductor’s license (CL), you will need to get at least 80% of the questions correctly and pass the exam. Only when you do will you be able to secure a Conductor’s license (CL) and work legally as a conductor in the Philippines.

  • If in case you fail, then please take note of the following guidelines that applies to both the conductor’s and the driver’s license applications:
  • If a driver’s or a conductor’s license applicant is unable to meet the passing rate, retaking the test is allowed one month after the first attempt.
  • If unable to meet the passing rate on the second attempt, a driver’s or a conductor’s license applicant can retake the exam and apply for a driver’s or a conductor’s license within a year.
  • If unable to meet the passing rate on the third attempt, a driver’s or a conductor’s license applicant has to wait for two years before they can be allowed to retake the test and re-apply for a license.


Taking the Conductor’s License (CL) Exam is a mandatory requirement of the LTO, not just because it teaches the best practices on the road, but also because it ensures that every license applicant understands the rules of the road. Passing the test after completing the course means the person is knowledgeable enough to be allowed on the open roads, too. In any case, it doesn’t take much practice to make sure you secure your conductor’s license on your first attempt. It’s also easy enough to acquire. You simply need to visit your preferred LTO Licensing Centers , LTO Licensing Extension Offices, LTO District Offices, or LTO Extension Offices, submit the documentary requirements, take and pass the conductor’s license exam assessment, and pay the fees and you’ll get the Conductor’s license tou need from the LTO.

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