1. Make sure you understand the basics of air brakes before you start your training. Read up on the components of an air brake system and how they work together.
2. Practice on a simulator or a real vehicle to get a feel for how the brakes work.
3. Take your time and practice slowly. Don’t rush through the training.
4. Pay attention to the instructor and ask questions if you don’t understand something.
5. Practice emergency stops and other maneuvers to get comfortable with the brakes.
6. Make sure you understand the different types of air brakes and how they work.
7. Practice on different types of terrain to get a feel for how the brakes respond.
8. Make sure you understand the safety procedures for using air brakes.
9. Take a practice test to make sure you understand the material.
10. Get plenty of rest before taking the final exam.