Make sure the parking break is on.
Put gearshift in neutral (or park if automatic).
Start engine and listen for unusual noises.
All of the above.
It does not matter.
Accelerator, brake and clutch pedals
All of the above
Look in the mirror to see if you look good.
Clean and adjust as necessary.
Not worry about any of it.
Make sure that the parking brake is set.
Turn off the engine and take the key with you.
Turn on the headlights and four way flashers.
All of the above.
Color of paint used on cover
Hub oil level and no leaks
Pump the brake pedal three times, then apply firm pressure to the pedal and hold for five seconds. The pedal should not move.
Drive 20 mph and slam on the brakes.
Drive slowly and pump the brake pedal. Make sure it doesn't hit the floor.
So you don't lose it
So no one moves the vehicle
For your safety
Stop on a flat area
Engage the clutch very quickly
Press the accelerator
Partly engage the clutch before you take your right foot off the brake
Firmly with both hands on opposite sides of the wheel
With your right hand on the wheel
Firmly with one hand at the top of the wheel and the other at the bottom
Backing toward the right side is dangerous
So you can see better
Both A and B
It makes people think you are a better driver.
There are blind spots you can't see.
When starting off fast and speed shifting
Before starting down a hill and before entering a curve
Before starting up a hill and before entering a curve
When going down grades
When going up grades
when going around curves
None of the above
Use engine speed (rpm) and road signs
Use your watch and engine sound
Use engine speed (rpm) and use road speed (mph)
Most good drivers look 20 to 30 seconds ahead
Most good drivers look 5 to 10 seconds ahead
Most good drivers look 2 to 4 seconds ahead
Most good drivers look 12 to 15 seconds ahead