Getting Ready to Drive

Seating Position
Seat-belt
Rear-view mirror
Side view mirrors
Instrument cluster
Arm position
Arm signals
Parking brake
Wind-shield wiper switch
Defrosters (front/back)
Emergency hazard light switch
Signal light switch (left/right)
Head-light switch
Break/gas pedals
Horn
Window controls
Door controls

Getting the Vehicle in Motion

Signaling
Traffic check - mirrors
Traffic check - blind spots
Steady acceleration
Smooth breaking
Steering techniques
Where to look
Reading signs
Pulling away from the curb
Leaving traffic to  park
Backing - parallel to the curb
Backing - offset backing

Signs and Signals

Stop Signs

          -  Deceleration, full stop
          -  Where to stop
          -  Gap
          -  How long?
          -  Where to look
          -  What to look for
          -  Right-of-way rules

Stop lights (Steady/ flashing)

   - Green lights
           - Yellow
           - Red lights
           - Going straight
      -  Unprotected left turn
          -  Protected left turn
          -  Right turn on red
          -  Right on green
          -  Where to look
          -  What to look for
          -  Right-of-way-rules
   
Emergency situations

Tire blow out
Other mechanical failure
Illness

Emergency vehicles

What to do

Right Turns


Traffic check
Signaling
Looking left, right, and left again
Lane position
Right-of-way rules
Wide turns/ short cuts
Unnecessary stops
Speed
Ending in proper lane

Left Turns


Traffic check
Signaling
Looking left, right, and left again
Lane position
Right-of-way rules
Wide turns/ short cuts
Unnecessary stops
Speed
Ending in proper lane

Rail road crossing

          -  Deceleration, full stop
          -  Where to stop
          -  Gap
          -  How long?
          -  Where to look
          -  What to look for
          -  Right-of-way rules

Parking


Up-hill
Down-hill
Angle
Perpendicular
Parallel
Curb colors
Where/when not to park

Special speed limits

Residential
Business
School zone
Rail-road crossings

Freeway Driving

Entering (acceleration lane)
Entering (speed)
Entering (gap in traffic)
Space cushion (front, back, and to the sides
Following distance
Acceleration
Deceleration
Speed limit
Merging traffic
Exiting

Economy Driving

How to save gas
Excessive breaking wastes gas/ brakes

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