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Find a good driving position Position the seat so you can just hang your wrist over the top of the steering wheel when you extend your arm Adjust the head restraint so its directly behind but no touching your head Hold the wheel symmetrically at about 3 and 9 oclock so you can steer left or right quickly and precisely If you drape your arm over the top of the wheel the air bag can break your arm or push it into your face if it deploys Keep up with traffic if conditions permit A wide disparity in speeds is dangerous Avoid clumps of cars on the highway so youre not involved in someone elses accident Keep track of traffic Look far down the road and keep your eyes moving to spot any problems before you reach them Check your mirrors frequently Keep thinking of possible traffic emergencies and plan escape routes The left lane is a passing lane not a fast lane Keep right except to pass Dont try to block speeders leave the policing to the police Signal lane changes as well as turns When youre stopped in traffic waiting to turn left keep the wheels aimed straight ahead until the way is clear If you wait with the wheels cut to the left someone could hit you from behind and push you into incoming traffic If youre in the right lane of a multilane highway you can help entering traffic merge safely and smoothly by temporarily moving over a lane if traffic permits Slow down to a safe speed before you enter a turn Hard braking in mid-corner can upset the cars balance If your car has an antilock brake system the pedals vibration and rumbling noise could startle you the first time Dont wait for an emergency on a rainy day find a deserted slippery road or empty parking lot and hit the brakes hard enough to actuate the ABS so
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