Federal Law Enforcement Written Entrance Test


Verbal Reasoning Sample Questions
Answer To Question #1


The correct answer is C. The government vehicle can be used for personal matters but there are certain restrictions. The employee must be on duty and making a stop that is not out of his direction of official travel. Therefore, to use a government vehicle for only personal reasons would be a violation of policy.

Answer A is incorrect. It is true that a government vehicle may be used for personal matters if the employee does not deviate from his route of travel. However, the employee must be on-duty. Answer A states that the employee is not working.

Answer B is incorrect because the paragraph states that the employee need not be on-duty so long as the use of the vehicle is for government business. An off-duty employee may drive the vehicle if he is performing some type of government business.

Answer D is incorrect because of the word only. The answer is saying that the use of a vehicle outside the scope of employment is prohibited. The paragraph says that an on-duty government employee may use the vehicle for personal business if the employee is working and he makes a stop that is along his route of travel.

Answer E is incorrect. When using a government vehicle, the employee need not be on duty. However, the employee must be performing his duties. You cannot drive a government vehicle for the sole purpose of conducting personal business.



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