a. Stare straight ahead, after 3 seconds you will be able to see through the glare. b. Shut your eyes and hold the steering wheel straight. c. Use the yellow dashed line to the left for a reference. d. Use the solid white line on your right as a reference.
a. Open the door and get out b. Stay in the front seat and wait until the car sinks, then exit through the windows. c. If the car does not sink right away exit through the window. d. Exit through the door when the vehicle is exactly half way submerged.
a. Leave your car and walk toward the train. b. Leave your car and walk away from the train. c. If you have a stick shift, try to move the car by running the starter while the car is in low or second gear. d. If you have automatic transmission, try pushing the car off the tracks.
a. Attach a yellow, red, or orange flag at least 16 inches square to the end of the load. b. Drive with your hazard lights on. c. Attach a red lantern or lamp to the end of the load d. No course of action is needed because the load does not extend more than 5 feet from the bumper line of your vehicle.
Page 77: do not pump them as you would regular brakes If you have anti-lock brakes, do not pump them as you would regular brakes. Instead, press down on the brake pedal and continue to steer the vehicle until you regain control.
You may be able to free it by hooking your toe under the pedal and raising it. If this does not work apply brakes and shift to neutral Choose a safe path and steer to the shoulder Switch on hazard lights.