Check whether the vehicle is turned on or off by turning the key gently.
Check the softness or rigidity of both the clutch pedal and brakes.
Catch the driving wheel naturally.
Drive naturally when the examiner tells you that.
Set the transmission on the first mode and move the car slowly.
After a short distance put the transmission on the second mode.
Do not drive at a speed greater than 25 km / h.
Drive only on the right track.
Use both the right light signal and the left light signal when turning.
Look at the mirrors during the stop to make sure there are no vehicles behind you.
Give a right-hand signal (because you're going to stand on the right, not in the middle of the street).
Begin treading on brakes and demersions, stopping the vehicle smoothly and avoiding sudden parking when the examiner asks you to stand.
When the car stops the car is locked.
Lift the hand brake.
Lift your foot from the clutch and brakes.
Be sure about the direction of the front wheels before moving.
The first inspection of the vehicle must be performed before moving to ensure that there is no malfunction or cause an accident while driving.
You have to change the tires every 7500 kilometers.
Make sure the water level of the radiator is complete before moving.
Before moving the vehicle, make sure that the doors have been closed well before moving.
Be sure to tie all the wheel screws well before moving.
You should not move the vehicle and some wheel screws are missing.
Be sure to adjust the front lights so it will not cause temporary blindness to the eyes of others or reduce the efficiency of vision during night driving.
The right mirrors should be adjusted to the right as you sit on the wheel chair so that you look forward and adjust the mirror from this position so that you see the least possible part of the right side of the car.
You must test the brakes before moving for a ride on the highway or driving for long periods.
When testing the brakes, make sure that there is no wheel to stop before another wheel or that the car swerves left or right when you press the brakes or that the brakes stop once without cooling off.
Make sure you know where all the controls in the vehicle are before you move them and adjust what can be set during the stop.
Test all lights in the vehicle before moving, especially brake lights, front lights and emergency flash lights.
Do not press the brakes violently, it will damage the brake system early and it will expose your vehicle to a rear collision.
The seat belt must be worn so that it intersects the shoulder and not the neck and can help bring it to the bottom of the driver or passenger.
Children under the age of seven must not be taken in front seats.
The seat belt must be tight while wearing it and not loose.
The seat belt should not be wrapped while wearing it, where the impact will be heavier in case of accidents.
The seat belt should be worn even at slow speeds.
If the tire explodes or run out of the air, do not stop to maintain the tire, preferably choose a safe place to stop and change the tire.
Precautionary labeling shall be observed in accordance with the speed of the road and the condition of the hazard so as to achieve maximum warning and shall be 100: 500 feet from the emergency stop.
If there is a problem with the vehicle and you can not stand in a safe place, the first thing you do is drop the car off the passenger and take a safe side off the road with a badge or piece of clothing to warn pedestrians to put the car up for help.
You have to look at the mirror at intervals to see what is going on behind your car once every 10 seconds.
Counters must be viewed at intervals.
You should not raise the sound of cassette or radio above the sound of the engine so you can feel the car as well as the sounds of alarms or warnings from outside your vehicle.
You should not rely on mirrors when you want to change the direction, rotation, or deviation of the right, left or backward, but always look over the shoulder to examine the blind spots.
You must pre-set the right or left rotation before turning to enter the nearby lane of the road or destination you intend to enter at the intersection.
You should not give a signal to the right or the left until you are sure that there is no other way before the road you intend to enter.
If you want to stop or calm down while driving at high speeds and to inform the rear cars, you should press lightly on the brakes to give a red light from the back to alert the rear cars.
In case of overtaking, it is necessary to observe that there is no traffic sign or condition that prevents overtaking in accordance with traffic rules and etiquette.
When overtaking, the daytime alarm or night light should be used to inform the driver of your intention to overtake it.
If there is a car that intends to overtake you do not point to the driver behind you to encourage him to overtake, whether manual or light, but only to calm the speed and commitment to the right side.
In the event of a overtaking, the driver of the vehicle must not return to the original heat until after seeing the front lanterns of the vehicle in your mirror.
In the event of a fire, do not turn off the engine until after stopping the car in a safe place.
Do not open the cab when the fire is extinguished if possible and search for any opening to direct fire extinguisher through it such as the front net.
Do not extinguish the fire in the motor area water and the fire extinguisher can be replaced by sand or blanket.
The radiator cap should not be opened during high temperature.