2.2 & 2.3 Basic Control/ Shifting Gears
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Why should you back toward the driver’s side?
- So you can see better.
- If you back and turn toward the driver’s side, you can watch the rear of your vehicle by looking out the side window.
If stopped on a hill, how can you start moving without rolling back?
Partly engage the clutch before you take your foot off the brake, put on the parking brake whenever necessary to keep from rolling back.
When backing, why is it important to use a helper?
There are blind spots you won't be able to see.
What's the most important hand signal that you and your helper should agree on?
What are the two special conditions where you should downshift?
- Before starting downhill
- Before entering a curve
When should you downshift automatic transmissions?
When going down grades.
Retarders keep you from skidding when the road is slippery. True or false?
What are the two ways to know when to shift?
What would you like to do?
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