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Bell Ringer #3. List 3 places you should NOT park. Oops…You just parked in one of those places that you’re NOT supposed to park…describe in detail what happens next. *Think about consequences *At least 2 paragraphs. Parking. Day 3 Objectives I will learn… COPY.

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Bell Ringer #3

  • List 3 places you should NOT park.

  • Oops…You just parked in one of those places that you’re NOT supposed to park…describe in detail what happens next.

    *Think about consequences

    *At least 2 paragraphs


Parking


Day 3 ObjectivesI will learn…COPY

  • How to perform different types of parking maneuvers.

  • Where I can and can NOT park.

  • How to read parking signs.


Parking

You may NOT Park

  • Beside another parked vehicle

  • On crosswalks or sidewalks

  • By curbs painted yellow

  • Within 15 feet of a fire hydrant

  • Within 20 feet of an intersection

  • Within 15 feet of the entrance to a fire or rescue station

  • Within 500 feet of a fire truck answering a call

  • Within 50 feet of a RR crossing


PAINTED CURBS

WHITE:stop only long enough to pick up or drop off passengers.

YELLOW: Stop only long enough to load or unload. Stay with your car.

RED: Do not stop, stand or park..

BLUE: Parking is reserved for persons with disabilities

DMVM

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Angle Parking

Parking at a 30 Degree Angle to the Curb


Right or Left Angle Parking

  • Stay 3-5 feet from parked vehicles to give yourself room to see and maneuver.

  • Observe traffic in all directions, and signal for a right turn.


Right or Left Angle Parking

  • Proceed until you can see along the left side of the vehicle on the right space you will enter.

  • Steer sharply to the right.

  • Creep ahead slowly into the space midway between the lines


Right or Left Angle Parking

  • Check left front and right rear for clearance.

  • As you straighten the wheels, move forward until the front of your vehicle is aligned with those on both sides.


Right or Left Angle Parking

Backing out

  • Check over right shoulder.

  • Back out turning steering wheel to the right

  • Check left front and right rear for clearance.

  • Drive with flow of traffic


Perpendicular Parking

Parking at a 90 Degree Angle to the Curb


Perpendicular Parking

  • Stay 5-7 feet from parked cars for best visibility.

  • Check traffic in all directions.

  • Signal for a right turn


Perpendicular Parking

  • While driving slowly, start turning right when you can look down the right side of the vehicle parked to the right of your chosen space.


Perpendicular Parking

  • Check for clearance of your left front bumper and right rear fender.

  • As you straighten the wheels, center the vehicle and move slowly to the curb or inline with the vehicle next to you.


Parallel Parking

Parking Parallel to the Curb


Parallel Parking

  • Approach the parking spot in the proper lane

  • Check traffic behind you.

  • Signal in the direction of the curb.

  • Tap brakes to alert vehicles behind you.


Parallel Parking

  • Move parallel to the vehicle in front of the space, leaving about 3-4 feet between vehicles.

  • Stop when outside

    mirrors are even.

  • Keep foot on brake

    and shift to Reverse


Parallel Parking

  • Turn the steering wheel sharply to the right.

  • Back up slowly until you can see down the rear bumper of the vehicle in front.


Parallel Parking

  • Continue backing slowly, straightening your front wheels.

  • When your front bumper lines up with the rear bumper of the vehicle you’re parking behind, begin steering rapidly to the left.


Parallel Parking

  • Stop before making contact with the bumper of the vehicle behind the space.

  • With your foot on the brake, shift to Drive.

  • Move forward

    slowly centering

    your vehicle in

    the parking

    space.


This Is Not Parallel Parking


Parking on a Hill

When parking on a hill, you need to take special precautions to make sure your vehicle will not roll into the street and into traffic.


Uphill Parking

With a curb:

  • Bring vehicle to normal parallel parked position.

  • Turn wheels to the left as far as they will go.

  • Place vehicle in Neutral (N), cover the brake, and allow vehicle to roll back slowly until the right front tire touches the curb.

  • Set parking brake.

Up Hill + Curb


Uphill Parking

Without a curb:

  • Bring vehicle to normal parallel parked position.

  • Center vehicle in the parking space with the front wheels turned to the right as far as they will go.

  • If the vehicle begins to roll, it will move off roadway.

Up Hill - Curb


Downhill Parking

With a curb:

  • Bring vehicle to normal parallel parked position.

  • Turn wheels to the right as far as they will go and move slowly forward.

  • Stop the vehicle when the front right tire touches the curb.

  • Set the parking brake.

Down Hill


Downhill Parking

With out a curb:

  • Bring vehicle to normal parallel parked position.

  • Turn wheels to the right as far as they will go.

  • Stop the vehicle as close to the inner edge of the shoulder as possible.

  • Set the parking brake.

Down Hill


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