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Speedometer, Odometer, Fuel and Temperature Gauges
Adjust the mirrors, Lock/ Unlock the doors, Roll up/ down the windows
Tailgate/ Truck bed
Seat Belt (Fasten your seatbelt, Buckle Up!)
Pedals: Clutch, Brake, Gas Floormat
Rearview/ Side View Mirror C1FNhxGOZuAbIqtt5DjVTll8j Cw78NKemfP8oO25_h3pttvunXQ
Steering Wheel, Glove Box/ Glove Compartment, Center Console, GPS, Head rest, Front (back) seat, Drivers/ Passengers seat, Backseat driver, Dashboard, Horn (honk the horn!)
Tire, Wheel, Hubcap
Hatchback/ License Plate
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