How To Drive A Car
As a teenager getting your license is a big step in your life. B. Learning how to drive is a lot easier than it looks. C. In our demonstration we will show you how to drive a car or truck. D. Begin by learning road rules, getting comfortable with vehicle controls and pr acting. Body I . Learning the road rules are very important. A. Signs will tell you what you need to know so traffic can flow smoothly as pop Seibel. 1 Stop sign is a traffic sign to notify drivers that they must stop before proceeds Eng. 2. Yield gig indicates that each driver must prepare to stop if necessary to let a driver on another approach proceed.
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B. Performing illegal acts on the highway could cause you to pay tickets or eve n jail time While operating a vehicle you should keep all trash inside car and not throw o UT the windows that called loitering if caught you will be fined. 2. Stables are required for the passengers in the front failing to put it on can cause you to be ejected if you are in an accident. II. Next you should get comfortable with your vehicle controls. 1. Adjust the seats so that both feet reach both pedals comfortably. A. Familiarize yourself with the foot pedals. B. Automatics cars have foot pedals acceleration and braking.
C. The rightmost pedal is smaller which is acceleration. The larger one which s the brake slows down the car. 2. Adjust the mirrors so that you can see clearly. A. You should have three mirrors one review which allows you to see directly behind you, two outside mirrors which allows you to see either side of the car and pr detect against blind spots. M. After you done getting comfortable with you vehicle controls you are now r today practice but first go to your local DMS and apply for a permit. A. Always begin with your foot on the brake. B. Place on your safety belt and start the ignition.