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1 Performing Basic Vehicle Maneuvers

2 Steering What is the correct hand position? Hand over hand steering. Can you demonstrate? Push and Pull steering

3 Turn Signals Develop the habit of signaling every time you plan to turn, change lanes, slow, or stop. Use your turn signal at least 100 feet before turning in a residential area and at least 200 feet if you are in the country or traveling fast.

4 What do these hand signals mean?

5 Changing Lanes Change lanes to prepare for a turn. To get a better view. Check mirrors, blind spots and road ahead.

6 What is a shared left turn lane? A center lane added to let you turn left from the middle of the block.

7 6.2 Making Turns and Turning the Vehicle Around Backing Left and Right Before backing, check for traffic, pedestrians, parked vehicles, and any stationary objects. Keep both hands on the wheel, turn in the direction you want the back of the car to go. Back slowly. Make quick glances to the front and sides to be sure no one is near.

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9 U Turns – Are they safe? Legal?

10 3 pt Turnabout

11 Three Point Turn What are the disadvantages of a 3 point turnabout?

12 Making Turns and Turning the Vehicle Around

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14 Uphill Parking with a Curb Signal over, shift to to Neutral Turn wheels to Left (away from the curb) Roll to Curb Parking Brake & Park

15 Uphill Parking with a Curb

16 Uphill with No Curb What are the steps? Signal & pull over Turn wheels to Right Parking Brake & Park

17 Uphill with No Curb

18 Downhill Parking Signal & pull over to the curb Shift to N roll to curb Parking brake and Park What do you do when leaving????

19 Hill Parking

20 Angle Parking Is parking your car diagonally to the curb. Procedure Signal and check for traffic Position your vehicle approximately 6 feet from the parked cars and begin slowing down. Pull forward until your front right bumper is just past the painted line on the pavement of the space you are parking in. Turn the wheel sharply right. Enter the space slowly and straighten out the wheels when you are centered in the space. Pull forward until your car is in the space.

21 Perpendicular Parking Is parking your car at a right angle to the curb. Procedure Signal and check for traffic Position your vehicle approximately 8 feet from the parked cars and begin slowing down. Pull forward until your front right bumper is just past the painted line on the pavement of the space you are parking in. Turn the wheel sharply right. Enter the space slowly and straighten out the wheels when you are centered in the space. Pull forward until your car is in the space.

22 How not to parallel park

23 Parallel Parking

24 Start about 3 feet away from the first car with your back bumpers even. Turn the wheel to the right & back slowly.

25 Left turn from One Way to a One Way Street Turn from the left lane into the left lane.

26 One Way to a Two Way Street Turn from the left lane on the one way street into the lane to the right of the yellow line.

27 Two Way to a Two Way Street

28 Two Way to a One Way

29 Two Way to a Two Way Street Gas Station

30 What do yellow lines mean?

31 New Seat Belt Law


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