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Putting the car into neutral

Putting the car into neutral

rd 3 What is the step of downhill/uphill parking

rd 3 What is the step of downhill/uphill parking

Turning the wheels all the way from/towards the curb

Turning the wheels all the way from/towards the curb

What is the 4 th step of downhill/uphill parking

What is the 4 th step of downhill/uphill parking

Hitting the emergency brake

Hitting the emergency brake

What is the 7 th step of downhill/uphill parking

What is the 7 th step of downhill/uphill parking

Letting the car roll into the curb

Letting the car roll into the curb

What is 5 th step of uphill/downhill parking

What is 5 th step of uphill/downhill parking

Pulling 6 inches from the curb

Pulling 6 inches from the curb

What is the 2 nd step of uphill/downhill parking

What is the 2 nd step of uphill/downhill parking

The extra pedal in a manual transmission car

The extra pedal in a manual transmission car

What is a clutch?

What is a clutch?

The time it takes to accelerate

The time it takes to accelerate

What is the rate of acceleration?

What is the rate of acceleration?

On a manual transmission the ___ point is the balance between clutch and acceleration

On a manual transmission the ___ point is the balance between clutch and acceleration

What is friction?

What is friction?

The In a manual transmission you must ____ when coming to a stop

The In a manual transmission you must ____ when coming to a stop

What is downshifting st to 1 gear and then push the brake in?

What is downshifting st to 1 gear and then push the brake in?

The meaning of this regulatory sign.

The meaning of this regulatory sign.

What is no right turn?

What is no right turn?

The three vehice “inputs” a driver can do to a car.

The three vehice “inputs” a driver can do to a car.

What are Steering, Braking and Acceleration

What are Steering, Braking and Acceleration

The proper name for this turnabout.

The proper name for this turnabout.

What is a three-point turn?

What is a three-point turn?

This type of steering requires a “crossing over” technique

This type of steering requires a “crossing over” technique

What is hand over hand steering?

What is hand over hand steering?

This type of parking uses a 60 angle to provide easy access in and

This type of parking uses a 60 angle to provide easy access in and out.

What is Angle Parking?

What is Angle Parking?

The meaning of “BMB” when making a lane change.

The meaning of “BMB” when making a lane change.

What is blinkers, mirrors, blind spot?

What is blinkers, mirrors, blind spot?

At a four-way stop, this driver received the right of away.

At a four-way stop, this driver received the right of away.

What is the driver on the right?

What is the driver on the right?

Generally The easiest and safest method of doing a turnabout

Generally The easiest and safest method of doing a turnabout

What is driving around the block?

What is driving around the block?

When stopping behind another vehicle at an intersection you should see these touching the

When stopping behind another vehicle at an intersection you should see these touching the ground.

What are the tires?

What are the tires?

The proper hand position on steering wheel

The proper hand position on steering wheel

What is 9 and 3 or 10 and 2?

What is 9 and 3 or 10 and 2?

Three ways to communicate with other individuals on the road

Three ways to communicate with other individuals on the road

What are the horn, hand signals, and lights?

What are the horn, hand signals, and lights?

The name of this lane control

The name of this lane control

What is a center or shared turn lane?

What is a center or shared turn lane?

If your engine is overheating what warning light will turn on

If your engine is overheating what warning light will turn on

What is temperature light?

What is temperature light?

An airbag is this kind of restraint in vehicles.

An airbag is this kind of restraint in vehicles.

What is a passive restraint?

What is a passive restraint?

Emergency Flashers warn other drivers that

Emergency Flashers warn other drivers that

What is your is stopped or stopping near the roadway?

What is your is stopped or stopping near the roadway?

You would turn your wheels in this direction when parking uphill with a curb.

You would turn your wheels in this direction when parking uphill with a curb.

What would be away from the curb?

What would be away from the curb?

When waiting for a left turn on a green light this would be the

When waiting for a left turn on a green light this would be the direction your front wheels should face.

What is straight?

What is straight?

When proceding after a stop you should look in this direction first.

When proceding after a stop you should look in this direction first.

What is left?

What is left?

When backing to the right turn the wheels in this direction? .

When backing to the right turn the wheels in this direction? .

What is right?

What is right?

Seatbelts are considered this type of restraint system

Seatbelts are considered this type of restraint system

What is active?

What is active?

Intersections

Intersections

The correct decision when this light is shown at a controlled intersection.

The correct decision when this light is shown at a controlled intersection.

What is Yield Right of Way?

What is Yield Right of Way?

Thank you ladies and gentlemen Good Luck on your test See You Next Week

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