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Drive Right Chapter 2 Instruments, Controls, and DevicesDriver Education Mr. Ressler
See what you can identify off of a standard dashboard…
Mr Ressler’s Car Interior See what you can identify…
Items on Instrument PanelSafety Belt Light Speedometer Odometer Fuel Gauge Temperature Light/Gauge Oil Pressure Alternator Light Brake System Turn Signals High Beams Items on Instrument Panel
Car Controls Steering Wheel Gear Selector Gear Shift Ignition StarterParking Brake Clutch Pedal Brake Pedal Accelerator Pedal Car Controls
Safety Devices, Communication, ComfortSafety Belts Head Restraints Rear View Mirror Side View Mirror Windshield Wipers Emergency Flashers Light Switch Turn Signals High Beam Cruise Control Horn Hood Release Heater, AC, Defroster Sun Visor Seat Adjustment Lever Safety Devices, Communication, Comfort
Preliminary Driving Steps
Preparing to Operate a Vehicle
Drive Right Chapter 3 Basic Vehicle Control
First up: Driver Preparations Procedures
Chapter 4. Gauge A scale with an indicator needle or numeric marker that keeps track of changing conditions such as fuel level or speed Warning lights.
Control Devices & Instruments
SYSTEMS & DRIVING CHECKS
Locating and Operating Vehicle Controls
Basic Vehicle Control Chapter 3.
Getting to Know Your Vehicle
Pre-Drive Tasks Check around the outside of vehicle for:
Chapter #4 Study Guide Answers.
UNIT 3 THE VEHICLE AND ITS COMPONENTS USE OF BASIC VEHICLE COMPONENTS
EL Civics Driving Car Parts Mt. San Antonio College ESL Department.
Starting, Moving, and Stopping the Vehicle
Chapter 8 STARTING, STEERING, STOPPING
Chapter 3 Basic Vehicle Control
Alert/Warning Symbols and Controls
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