What should a beginner driver learn
What should a beginner driver learn. 5 hour course must. Parallel parking. Smooth braking. Turning and backing. Better observations.
Beginner’s driving course in Queens, NY,
Every beginner student should practice at least 15- 20 hour before their test. remember there is no short- cut way to pass the road test. Only by practicing you can get better steering control, engine control, day by day improving the observations.
Driving is not a right, it is your privilege. Once you have your driver license you must continue to demonstrate your ability to drive safely on the road. It is a lifetime investment. It is related to your safety, your family member safety and safety for all other people on the road.
You should practice and make sure-
- Steering: Steer smoothly whether you are driving straight ahead, turning or backing up.
- Acceleration: Accelerate smoothly and moderately. Don’t race the engine or cause it to stall.
- Braking: Bring the vehicle to a stop gently. Start braking well before your stopping position to avoid abrupt stops. Make sure you stop your vehicle in the proper position of the lane.
- Clutch/Gears: Always be sure your vehicle is in the correct gear. With either an automatic or a manual transmission, shift into the proper gear at the right time without “grinding” the gears.
- How to pull out and Pull over
- Speed: Obey the posted speed limit, of course, but also adjust your speed properly due to weather, road, visibility and traffic conditions.
- Following distance: Keep an adequate space “cushion” between your vehicle and those you are following. Use the “two second rule” described in the Driver’s Manual. Be sure to increase your following distance in poor weather or visibility.
- Traffic signs, signals and markings: Know the meanings of signs, signals and pavement markings, and obey them consistently.
- Stopping position: If a stop is required, stop your vehicle before it reaches an intersecting street. If stop lines or crosswalks are present, stop before crossing them. If your view is blocked after stopping behind the crosswalk, move up until you can clearly see your way, then stop again if necessary.
- Lane selection and position: Keep your vehicle in the proper traffic lane, especially when preparing to make turns. Don’t allow room for another vehicle to pass you on the side that you are turning toward.
- Communication: Let other drivers and pedestrians know which way you want to go. Use your directional signals or horn consistently and at the proper times.
- Observation: Look for and identify potential problems or hazards in the traffic around you – not just straight ahead, but behind you and on either side. Check your mirrors frequently, but be sure to look over your shoulder behind you when changing lanes or backing up.
- Anticipate and react: Anticipate possible driving errors by others and be ready to react safely to make up for their mistakes.
- Parallel Parking And 3-Point Turn/ Broken -U -turn( D-R-D)