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Car Driving Tips for Beginners

For a person who’s just learning how to drive, it is crucial to master the basics or at least know about them. There are many factors that one who’s learning to drive must keep track of. Even if you’re a seasoned driver behind the wheels, you need to be as careful as possible.

In this article, we’ll give you a few tips that you can use while learning how to drive.

1. Know as much as possible about the car that you’re driving

Although this is one step that veteran drivers can skip, beginners must get an idea about how they can handle the car. That is why before you practically drive, read about the basic processes such as the functions of different parts of the vehicle, most importantly the clutch. One thing that you should know is that you shouldn’t ever shift from a higher gear to a lower gear when you’re traveling at a very high speed. Shift down only after the vehicle has come to a stop.

2. No distractions

Here are a few things to note when you’re behind the wheels. One, you need to pay attention to everything around you while driving. Two, adjust the position of the mirrors before starting.

Three, wear your seatbelt at all times and four, follow the rules of the road no matter what. Make sure that can keep distractions away while driving as most of the streets these days are densely populated. This will require you to be at the top of your level when it comes to concentration and attention. Do not use mobile phones while driving.

3. The way you sit

The way you position yourself before starting your journey is as crucial a step as any as there are plenty of experienced drivers that do not pay attention to their seating position which will increase the probability of on-road accidents. Make sure you’re sitting upright with your bottom firmly cupped by the seat in order to avoid injuries to the back. Adjust your position in order to see everything as clear as possible. You also need to mind your comfort level when adjusting your seat. Your eyes should be at half the level of your windshield.

4. Importance of turn signals

There are many vehicles that are on the road, and you’re only one among hundreds. Hence, it is vital that you let people behind you know where you’re turning so that they can adjust their speed. Doing so will avoid a lot of accidents or misunderstandings while on the road