Drivers Ed-- Chapter 3
Terms in this set (43)
ARS alert light
Indicates that the antilock braking system is functioning
This optional device allows you to set a constant speed in you vehicle
The driver controls the speed of the vehicle with this device
This padded safety device helps reduce whiplash injuries in a collision
Use this device to warn other drivers of a vehicle breakdown or problem
You must have your foot on this device when shifting from parking gear to driving gear
This guage on the instrument panel shows the number of miles a vehicle has been driven
You must use this device before checking or replacing any engine fluids
This device allows the driver to change gears when driving a stickshift vehicle
This device indicates the gear being used by the driver or the need to change to a higher gear
riding the clutch
The poor driving habit of resting your foot on the clutch pedal while driving a stickshift vehicle
changed from a higher to lower gear to allow the engine to have greater pulling or braking power while driving
looking far ahead in the middle of your intended path of travel
the point at which the clutch allows the engine to connect to the transmission to allow the vehicle to move
Safety Belt Alert Light
Fasten seatbelt before moving the vehicle
shows the amount of fuel in the tank
temperature warning light or guage
the coolant in the engine is too hot
oil pressure warning light
the oil is not curculating at the proper pressure
air bag warning light
tells you if the airbags are in working condition
parking brake warning light
reminds you to release the parking break before moving
Brake system warning light
part or all of the braking system is not working
indicates the engine's RPM
Which Gear? Backing out of a parking space
Which Gear? Driving on an open, level highway
Which Gear? Leaving the vehicle in a garage
Which Gear? Pulling a heavy load or driving down a very steep hill
L2 OR L1
Which Gear? Driving in the city in moderate snow conditions
Which Gear? Restarting the vehicle while moving forward
Which Gear? Reducing speed on a low traction surface prior to making a turn at an intersection
L2 OR L1
The driver must push this pedal when stopping and changing gears
The driver must use these devices to change from second to third gear
Gear shift or clutch
The driver must use this device to slow or stop the vehicle
The driver must use this device when preparing to leave the vehicle
the driver must use this pedal to increase seed or change speed of engine
When slowing before a sharp turn, what can you do to gain added control?
which gear would you use to move forward from stop?
At what point does the vehicle begin to move when you slowly release your foot from the clutch?
Which gear would you use for forward speeds in the range of 25 to 40 mph?
Which gear shohuld you use for forward speeds in the range of 15-25 mph?
which hear position should you use to start the engine in a stickshift vehicle?
which hear would you most likely use for highway driving?
you are slowing your vehicle from higher speeds on a level highway. what vehicle-control device would you use first?
you are slowing your vehicle from slow speeds in traffic. what vehicle-control drive would you use first?