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The primary purpose of the parking brake is to:
Which of these controls on the vehicle is an option (not required) that can be purchased?
When the driver is properly seated, the top of the steering wheel should be:
Which symbol represents a safety belt reminder or warning?
Which symbol represents front windshield defrosters?
Which symbol represents a high-beam indicator?
Which symbol represents oil pressure warning?
When using a front reference point to determine where the front of your vehicle is when perpendicular parking, the curb line should appear to:
Match the correct answer to each statement.
Reduces the risk of neck injury due to whiplash from the impact of a crash.
Control in a vehicle located either on the steering column or on the console between the front seats used to choose forward or reverse.
Looking around the outside of the vehicle for broken glass, body damage, fluid leaks, objects that could damage the vehicle, snow and children and pets.
When adjusting the mirror to this setting, the side of the vehicle is visible in the mirror.
When adjusting the mirror to this setting, the driver will not see the left and right sides of the vehicle when glancing at the outside mirrors.
One of the most important safety features in a motor vehicle designed to help slow occupant’s rate of deceleration in a frontal accident.
Device in a vehicle that warns other drivers of a problem and increases awareness of the presence of the vehicle.
Works with safety belts and protects against head and chest injuries.
Device in a vehicle, usually located on the left side of driver’s compartment under the instrument panel, that assists in opening the hood.
Control which holds a vehicle in place when it is parked and protects the transmission.
When properly seated behind the wheel of the vehicle, the driver should:
If the head restraint is adjusted properly, it should: