- 1 What to do with brake if engine fails?
- 2 Which of the following should a driver do if he she has a tire blowout?
- 3 What is the most important and safest thing a driver can do before driving away?
- 4 What should be your last resort if your brakes stop working?
- 5 Why did my car just die while I was driving?
- 6 Can brakes fail then work again?
- 7 What are three things can you do to avoid a collision?
- 8 When driving around a curve Your car will tend to?
- 9 What is the most important step in turning the car around?
- 10 What is the first thing a driver should do after deciding to turn?
- 11 When starting a car that has an automatic transmission?
- 12 What is the no zone while driving?
- 13 What happens if my brakes stop working?
- 14 How do you prevent brake failure?
- 15 Will handbrake work if brakes fail?
What to do with brake if engine fails?
- If your brakes fail but the vehicle’s engine still appears to be functioning normally, pump the brake pedal rapidly.
- If this does not work, apply steady pressure to the vehicle’s parking brake, which generally controls just the rear wheels.
- Prepare to release the brake if the wheels lock.
Which of the following should a driver do if he she has a tire blowout?
If your tires suddenly blow out, do the following: Do not slam on the brakes. Take your foot off the accelerator and gently apply the brakes. Steer straight ahead to a stop.
What is the most important and safest thing a driver can do before driving away?
What is the most important and safest thing a driver can do before driving away? Put on a safety belt and turn off electronics. Illegal in Maryland if the vehicle is unattended and is not necessary. Check all mirrors, complete head checks, and use back up cameras if available.
What should be your last resort if your brakes stop working?
If your brakes stop working: – pump the brake pedal several times. This will often build up enough brake pressure to allow you to stop. Apply the parking brake slowly so you will not lock the wheels and cause a skid.
Why did my car just die while I was driving?
The battery can only run for so long before it’s completely drained. Malfunctioning ignition switch. When the ignition switch is worn down, there can be a loss of power to the engine because of vibration like hitting a rough patch of road. This loss of power causes the engine of the car to die while driving.
Can brakes fail then work again?
It is rare to change the brake master cylinder as part of what is commonly called a “complete brake job.” As a result, it is possible for the brake master cylinder to fail even after you’ve just had a “complete brake job.”
What are three things can you do to avoid a collision?
Depending on the situation, you can do one of these 3 things to prevent a collision: stop, steer away or speed up. Read the Collision Avoidance section to learn about the circumstances, when you can apply one or another technique and their advantages and disadvantages.
When driving around a curve Your car will tend to?
Driver’s Test 2
|When driving around a curve, your vehicle may tend to:||Keep going straight|
|A single, solid white line across a road at an intersection means:||stop behind the line for a traffic sign or light|
|Is it a good practice to keep a space cushion to:||give you time to react|
What is the most important step in turning the car around?
whats the most important step in turning the car around? Carefully check traffic in all directions.
What is the first thing a driver should do after deciding to turn?
What is the first thing a driver should do after deciding to make a turn? Signal at least 200 feet from turn. The purpose of traffic signs are: To regulate, to warn, and to guide drivers.
When starting a car that has an automatic transmission?
If you are in an automatic transmission car, follow these steps to start the vehicle:
- Place your key in the ignition and turn it to the ‘on’ (third) position.
- Press the brake pedal.
- Switch the gear to Drive (D).
- Lift your foot from the brake and press the accelerator gradually to start moving. (30)
What is the no zone while driving?
A truck’s blind spots are called No Zones. A No Zone is the area around the trucks where your car is no longer visible or you are so close that the truck can’t stop or maneuver safely. In both cases, when you are in a No Zone you are in much greater danger of getting into a collision.
What happens if my brakes stop working?
If your brakes go out, you want to do three things. First, downshift to a lower gear. Second, if you have regular brakes pump the brake pedal fast and hard to build up brake fluid pressure. If the brakes haven’t started working after three or four pumps go on the step three which is use the parking brake.
How do you prevent brake failure?
How to handle brake failure
- Use your horn.
- Try pumping the brakes.
- Use your emergency brake but BE CAREFUL.
- Pull off to the side of the road to get out of the way of other motorists and bring your car to a complete stop.
Will handbrake work if brakes fail?
Handbrake is connected to the rear brakes. If rear brakes fail, handbrake would be of no use. In such unfortunate event one should downshift. One should also try to pump the brake pedal as this may build enough pressure to stop the vehicle.