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- alerts you to dangerous conditions or tells you to stop
- mounted near traffic lights, pedestrians should cross only when they face a walk signal or the symbol of a person walking
- markings on the roadway provide many clues to help you drive safely; gives a warning or direction
- are short sections of grooved or corrugated roadway
- turns the front wheels
- lets you maintain your desired speed without keeping your foot on the accelerator
- slows or stops the vehicle. Depressing this pedal also turns on the brake lights
- most vehicles have this; padded devices on the back of the seats. This help reduce whiplash injuries in a collision, especially if the vehicle is struck from the rear
- This shows the view through the rear window of the vehicle. The left and right ones show the views to the side and rear of your vehicle
- this lever is located on the left side of the steering column. Mov the lever up to signal a right turn and down to signal a left turn.
- one switch usually operates both the wipers and the washers to clean the windshield.
- are located above the windshield on the driver and passenger sides; helps cut the glare from bright sun
- this light or gauge warns you when the coolant in the engine is too hot
- if this light comes on, or the gauge shows
"discharge" while the engine is running, the alternator is not generating enough electricity to run the vehicle. The alternator warning light indicates that the electricity is being used from the battery. The more electricity used, the sooner the battery will go dead
- this instrument tells you the speed at which you are traveling in both miles per hour and kilometers per hour some wehicles have a digital one
- indicates the engine revolutions per minute (RPM). Engine damage may occur if the RPMs rise too high while the vehicle is being driven. This indicated by a red zone on the gauge
- when the ignition is turned on., the airbag light comes on for a few seconds and then goes off. This tells you that the air bags are n proper working condition. If the air bags are not in proper working condition, the warning light will stay on
- the check engine light can either blink or remain constant, depending on the problem. A blinking light indicates a prblem to needs immediate attention. However, whenerver this light comes on, you should have the vehicle checked by a serivce techinician
- spaces can be at the curb of a street or ina parking lot
- is only used in parking lots
- is a method of backing between twon vehicles that are parked alongside a curb
- uphill against a curb
- a large white X-shaped sign