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Turn signals

When you're driving on the road, it's important to know how to use your turn signals. Not using them will leave you vulnerable to accidents and other road hazards.

different signals

There are several different signals to consider when turning on a dime. One of the most common is the red-green rule. This rule states that when a traffic light changes from green to red, vehicles on the opposite side of the intersection are not allowed to travel through it. Another is the blinking light. Whether you’re signaling a left turn or a right, the light should be on. You’ll hear a pulsing or ticking sound as the signal changes. In the event that the indicator does not blink or pulsate, it means that you’ve missed your chance to turn.


Turn signals are used for two main purposes: to indicate lane changes and to alert other drivers of your intention to turn. They may be a bit tricky to use, but they’re an essential part of being a good driver.


Although it’s technically possible to change lanes without using a turn signal, it’s much easier to do. The turn signal is usually a black or gray lever positioned on the steering column.

law requires

The law requires you to use them when changing lanes and exiting the highway. To use it, hold down the lever with your left hand and move it in a steady or semi-steady motion.


The correct setup of your mirrors is a crucial part of learning car driving. They will help you avoid blind spots and keep your vehicle out of the path of oncoming traffic.


To set up your mirrors correctly, make sure your vehicle is secure, your seat is comfortable and your mirrors are aligned. In addition, you need to adjust the rear view mirror to see the road behind you.


Blind Spots

You should also check the blind spots around your vehicle. These are areas you can’t see in your mirrors, but which are just out of reach. 



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This can be done manually or by using the auto-adjust feature. Make sure you’ve taken care of any obstructions in front of your car before driving off.