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Drive Right Chapter 3 . Basic Vehicle Control 3.1 Instruments, Controls, and Devices 3.2 Getting Ready t o Drive 3.3 Driving a Vehicle with Automatic Transmission 3.4 Driving a Vehicle with Manual Transmission . 3.1 Instruments ,Controls, and Devices . O bjectives

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Drive right chapter 3

Drive Right Chapter 3

Basic Vehicle Control

  • 3.1 Instruments, Controls, and Devices

  • 3.2 Getting Ready to Drive

  • 3.3 Driving a Vehicle with Automatic Transmission

  • 3.4 Driving a Vehicle with Manual Transmission


3 1 instruments controls and devices

3.1 Instruments ,Controls, and Devices

Objectives

  • Identify each gauge and warning light on an instrument panel and explain its function.

  • Explain the purpose of each used to operate a vehicle.

  • Describe the use of the safety, communication, and comfort devices.


Review questions

Review questions

  • What warnings do the temperature gauge, oil pressure gauge, and brake system lights give you ?

  • What is the purpose of the ignition and starter switch ?

  • Why must you not rely completely on what your rearview mirrors show you ?


3 2 getting ready to drive

3.2 Getting Ready to Drive

Objectives

  • List in order the checks you make when preparing to drive.

  • Describe how to enter a vehicle from the street side.

  • Describe the correct positioning of the seat and outside rearview mirrors.


Review questions1

Review Questions

  • what outside checks should you make before entering the vehicle?

  • Why should you walk around the front of he vehicle when entering from the street side?

  • What is the correct way to position the driver’s seat and mirrors of your vehicle?


3 3 driving a vehicle with automatic transmission

3.3 Driving a Vehicle with Automatic Transmission

Objectives

  • Explain the use of each gear.

  • Describe the procedures for starting an automatic transmission vehicle.

  • List the step for putting an automatic transmission vehicle in motion.

  • Tell the correct procedure to follow when leaving an automatic transmission vehicle from the street side.


Review questions2

Review Questions

  • What is the purpose of each gear in an automatic transmission?

  • How do you start an automatic transmission vehicle?

  • How do you put an automatic transmission vehicle in motion?

  • What procedures do you follow when leaving the vehicle?


3 4 driving a vehicle with manual transmission

3.4 Driving a Vehicle with Manual Transmission

Objective

  • List the procedures for starting a stick shift vehicle.

  • Tell the correct procedure for moving a stick shift vehicle in FIRST gear .

  • Explain the procedure for stopping from higher gears .

  • Define downshifting and explain its purpose.


Review questions3

Review Questions

  • What is the procedure for starting a stick shift vehicle?

  • What are the steps for moving a stick shift vehicle in FIRST gear?

  • What steps should you follow when stopping from higher gears?

  • What is meant by downshifting and for what reason might you downshift?


Chapter 3 review

Chapter 3 Review

1. Which of the following in not found on a vehicle’s instrument panel?

(a) speedometer (c) tachometer

(b) horn (d) fuel gauge

2. When entering a vehicle from the street side, you should

(a) Be ready to unlock the door

(b) Walk around of the vehicle towards the back.

(c) Get in quickly, then close and lock the door.

(d) All of the above


Chapter 3 review1

Chapter 3 Review

1. Which of the following in not found on a vehicle’s instrument panel?

(a) speedometer (c) tachometer

(b) horn (d) fuel gauge

2. When entering a vehicle from the street side, you should

(a) Be ready to unlock the door

(b) Walk around of the vehicle towards the back.

(c) Get in quickly, then close and lock the door.

(d) All of the above


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3. When starting an automatic transmission vehicle, the selector lever should be in

(a) low-L1 or L2 (c) park-P or neutral-N

(b) drive-D (d) reverse-R

4. The friction point is the point

(a) where the vehicle starts to move.

(b) where you feel the engine turn off.

(c) when you suddenly release the clutch.

(d) none of the above.


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3. When starting an automatic transmission vehicle, the selector lever should be in

(a) low-L1 or L2 (c) park-P or neutral-N

(b) drive-D (d) reverse-R

4. The friction point is the point

(a) where the vehicle starts to move.

(b) where you feel the engine turn off.

(c) when you suddenly release the clutch.

(d) none of the above.


Completion

Completion

5. The _____ pedal in a stick shift vehicle enables a driver to shift gears.

Clutch

6. A vehicle rearview mirror cannot show __ areas.

blind-spot

7. The alternator warning light warns that the ___ is being drained.

Battery


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8. Compartment mounted between the front seats in a vehicle

d. console

9. Device on the instrument panel indicating the total number of miles the vehicle has been driven

b. odometer

10. Stationary object appearing in the distance in the center of your intended path of travel

f. target


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11. Shifting from a higher to a lower gears

a. downshifting

12. Devices that shows the different driving gears and the one being used

e. shift indicator

13. Padded devices on the backs of front seats that help reduce whiplash injuries in a collision

c. head restraints


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