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REFERENCE POINTS Relating a part of the vehicle to some part of the roadway. This relationship is a helpful visual reference of your vehicle in it ’ s.

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1 REFERENCE POINTS Relating a part of the vehicle to some part of the roadway. This relationship is a helpful visual reference of your vehicle in it ’ s operating space. It will help you to know your vehicle ’ s position at all times.

2 FRONT LIMITATION AT INTERSECTIONS IN A STOPPING POSITION PERPENDICULAR PARKING Knowing where the front end of your vehicle is when you are:

3 WHERE ARE YOUR VISUAL REFERENCE POINTS FOR FRONT LIMITATION? FRONT LIMITATION

4 The first one is, from your line of sight through the driver ’ s side mirror to the curb. FRONT LIMITATION

5 The second one is, from your line of sight through the passenger ’ s side mirror to the curb. FRONT LIMITATION

6 Together they will help you determine where the front limitation of your vehicle is. FRONT LIMITATION

7 REAR LIMITATION BACKING POSITION PERPENDICULAR PARKING Knowing where the rear end of your vehicle is when you are:

8 REAR LIMITATION WHERE ARE YOUR VISUAL REFERENCE POINTS FOR REAR LIMITATION?

9 The first one is, from your line of sight through the driver ’ s side rear window post to the curb. REAR LIMITATION

10 The second one is, from your line of sight through the rear passenger ’ s side door post to the curb.

11 REAR LIMITATION Together they will help you determine where the rear limitation of your vehicle is.

12 RIGHT SIDE LANE POSITION # 3 RIGHT SIDE CURB PARKING – Parrallel to the curb (0-12 inches away)

13 RIGHT SIDE Your line of sight reference is the middle of your vehicle to the curb.

14 LEFT SIDE LANE POSITION # 2 LEFT SIDE CURB PARKING (like on a one-way street). –(3-6 INCHES)

15 LEFT SIDE Your line of sight reference is the crack line between your left fender and hood of your vehicle to the curb.

16 LANE POSITION # 1 CENTER OF YOUR LANE. CAR IS 3 FEET AWAY FROM LINE TO RIGHT OR LEFT

17 LANE POSITION # 1 The first one is, from your line of sight through the driver ’ s side left fender to the center line.

18 LANE POSITION # 1 The second one is, from your line of sight through the passenger ’ s side right fender crack and hood of the vehicle to the edge of the roadway or fog line.

19 LANE POSITION # 1 Together they will help you determine your path of travel if you are in the center of your lane

20 LANE POSITION # 1

21 LANE POSITION # 2

22 LANE POSITION # 3

23 LANE POSITIONS 1

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25 3 1 2

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27 ANGLE PARKING TURNING POINT

28 SET UP FOR ANGLE PARKING LANE POSITION # 2 RIGHT SIDE ( 5 FEET )

29 SET UP FOR ANGLE PARKING LANE POSITION # 2 RIGHT SIDE ( 5 FEET )

30 ANGLE PARKING TURNING POINT

31 ANGLE PARKING ANGLE PARK POSITION BUMPER AT CURB

32 ANGLE PARKING ANGLE PARK POSITION RIGHT FRONT BUMPER LIMITATION

33 VEHICLE OPERATING SPACE

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36 Mr. Syd W. Muzzy Regional Coordinator Traffic Safety Education Educational Service District NE 65th Ave. Vancouver,WA Phone: ( ) This program produced by:


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