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Directions: Match the clues on the left with the words in the list on the right. Place the matching letter in the blank to the left of the number.
Steering technique which permits the driver to make steering inputs while keeping both hands on the wheel.
Releasing brake pressure from the brake pedal allowing the low idle of the engine to move the vehicle forward.
Application of brake pressure to a point just short of locking up the brakes, resulting in maximum braking capability.
Resting your right hand between 3 and 4 o’clock and resting your left hand between 8 and 9 o’clock on the steering wheel.
Braking done with sufficient pressure to slow the vehicle
Steering technique well suited when speed of the steering movement is critical, such as skid recovery in a rear wheel traction loss (vehicle over-steer).
Firm pressure on the accelerator to increase speed of the vehicle rapidly.
Light accelerator pressure allows a slow forward motion of the vehicle.
Releasing the accelerator to stop the vehicle's forward propulsion
Which steering technique is correct when backing?
Before moving a car in reverse (R), safe drivers:
What is one of the last things a driver should do just before entering the roadway from the curb?
What position should you place your hands on the wheel when driving?
When backing straight, how should you position your body?
After starting the engine, but before shifting into drive you should: