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1 Basic Maneuvering Tasks: Low, Moderate & Complex Risk Driving Environments Section 3 (Day 2)

2 Write a half a page red to red on the below statement. Save these to be turn in on test day. Worth 10% of your grade. Some teenagers have jobs while they are still students. Do you think this is a good idea? Support your opinion by using specific reasons and details. Bell Ringer

3 Reminder…. 1.Bring paper/pen/pencil and notebook 2.Electronics are for instructional use with permission 3.Did you do Section 3 Day 3 quiz?? 4.No Excuses why you didn’t take Quizzes 1-6 before test day!! (Quizzes are worth 30% of grade) 5.Attendance is MANDATORY!! (NO SLEEPING in class) 6.All notes can be found on Harrisonburg’s staff website: 7.If you are NOT taking notes in class, please be quiet and ask to use the restroom at the end of class

4 This is what you are trying to get at the end of class.. Harrisonburg High School H.C.P.S 36 x 03/06/2012 Your Name Here “Green Card”

5 Day 2 Objectives The students will understand how to perform angle parkingThe students will understand how to perform angle parking The students will understand how to perform perpendicular parkingThe students will understand how to perform perpendicular parking The students will understand how to perform parallel parkingThe students will understand how to perform parallel parking Related SOL: DE.4, DE.5, DE.6, DE.7, and DE.12

6 Angle Parking Parking at a 30 Degree Angle to the Curb

7 Right or Left Angle Parking Stay 3-5 feet from parked vehicles to give yourself room to see and maneuver. Observe traffic in all directions, and signal for a right turn.

8 Proceed until you can see along the left side of the vehicle on the right space you will enter. Steer sharply to the right. Creep ahead slowly into the space midway between the lines Right or Left Angle Parking

9 Check left front and right rear for clearance. Move forward until the front of your vehicle is aligned with those on both sides. Right or Left Angle Parking

10 Check left front and right rear for clearance. As you back look for traffic. Drive with flow of traffic Backing out Angle Parking

11 Perpendicular Parking Parking at a 90 Degree Angle to the Curb Parking at a 90 Degree Angle to the Curb

12 Stay 5-7 feet from parked cars for best visibility. Check traffic in all directions. Signal for a right turn Perpendicular Parking

13 While driving slowly, start turning right when you can look down the right side of the vehicle parked to the right of your chosen space. Perpendicular Parking

14 Check for clearance of your front bumper and rear fender. As you straighten the wheels, center the vehicle and move slowly to the curb or inline with the vehicle next to you. Perpendicular Parking Perpendicular Parking Video Perpendicular Parking Video

15 Back out until your front tires align with other car’s rear tires Turn wheels sharp to right Check for clearance of your front bumper and rear fender. Backing out of a Perpendicular Parking

16 To make it easier, you can swing out if no cars are coming. Center your car in the space. Perpendicular Parking Tips

17 Parallel Parking Parking Parallel to the Curb

18 Approach the parking spot in the proper lane Check traffic behind you. Signal in the direction of the curb. Tap brakes to alert vehicles behind you. Parallel Parking

19 Move parallel to the vehicle in front of the space, leaving about 3-4 feet between vehicles. Stop when outside mirrors are even. Keep foot on brake and shift to Reverse(R). Parallel Parking

20 Turn the steering wheel sharply to the right. Back up slowly until you can see down the rear bumper of the vehicle in front. Continue backing slowly, straightening your front wheels. When your front bumper lines up with the rear bumper of the vehicle your parking behind, begin steering rapidly to the left. Parallel Parking

21 Stop before making contact with the bumper of the vehicle behind the space. With your foot on the brake, shift to Drive(D). Move forward slowly centering your vehicle in the parking space. Parallel Parking Parallel Parking Video Parallel Parking Video

22 In your driver's education book, do lesson 4 review questions(page 190) Write the questions. Save these to be turned in on test day!! Worth 10 points. Class Work Don’t forget to take Section 3 Day 2 Quiz on Quia.com

23 THE END!


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