How to Drive a VehiclePosted on Jul 03, 2017 by admin | Blog
When driving a vehicle for the 1st time, you should: Adjust your seat so you can comfortably reach the pedals. You should also have 12 inches between your body and the steering wheel in the event your air bags deploy. Adjust your outside mirrors so that you can see the very back side of your […]Read more
Car Parking TipsPosted on Jun 19, 2017 by admin | Blog
Parking in a parking space: When your outside mirror looks even with the first line of the parking space, look up the middle of the spot and turn. Backing out: When backing out of a parking space, back up straight until your windshield is even with the back of the vehicles parked next to you […]Read more
How to Lose Your LicensePosted on Jun 09, 2017 by admin | Blog
License suspensions and revocations Driving is a privilege and can be suspended or revoked by the DMV. Driver’s licenses are not automatically reinstated following suspension or revocation. You must: Reapply at a DMV office Present the documents required for proof of name, date of birth and social security number Meet any other reinstatement requirements and […]Read more
Lane MarkingsPosted on Jun 01, 2017 by admin | Blog
Solid white lines are used to mark: Right edge of the road Shoulders Bicycle lanes Stop lines Crosswalks It is against the law to cross a solid white line when entering or exiting the highway. Dotted white lines are used to mark: Separate lanes of travel in the same direction Double dotted white lines indicate […]Read more
Driving FatiguedPosted on May 23, 2017 by admin | Blog
Driving fatigued is a condition that affects everyone at one time or another. Crashes that occur as a result of micro sleep, which is sleep lasting from 5-10 seconds related to your circadian rhythm, are known to occur more frequently than once thought. Circadian rhythm causes nearly everyone to be less alert or even drowsy […]Read more
Driving Under the InfluencePosted on May 11, 2017 by admin | Blog
Under Nevada law, driving under the influence of alcohol, controlled substances, prescription and non prescription medication is Illegal. Nevada laws on driving under the influence are tough. Under these laws, there are two types of penalties: Administrative action taken against the driver by the DMV. This happens regardless of the court findings. Criminal which is […]Read more
City Driving vs. Highway DrivingPosted on May 08, 2017 by admin | Blog
City driving: City driving can be more dangerous because you will encounter: Intersections with traffic signals and stop signs Vehicles turning right on red Vehicles turning out of parking lots/shopping centers Pedestrians Skateboarders Bicyclists Scooters Emergency vehicles School zones School buses Most accidents in the city happen in the right and left lane. If the […]Read more
Driving a Manual Shift VehiclePosted on Apr 26, 2017 by admin | Blog
Before driving a manual shift vehicle in traffic, you should first learn where the friction point of the clutch is and how to shift smoothly. The best place to learn this is in a large flat parking lot. The clutch: The purpose of the clutch is to disengage the engine from the transmission Using the […]Read more
Sharing The Road With TrucksPosted on Apr 21, 2017 by admin | Blog
In a recent study conducted by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety, it was found that of all truck related car fatalities, 75% were car initiated. Stay out of the no zones: Rear: If you can’t see the trucks outside mirrors, the driver can’t see you. Sides: If you can’t see the drivers face in […]Read more
Car InsurancePosted on Apr 18, 2017 by admin | Blog
Insurance premiums are determined by the following factors: Where you live Your age Your driving record What kind of vehicles you drive In Nevada, all licensed drivers are required to carry liability insurance. Liability insurance protects you in the event you’re involved in a car crash that is your fault. Liability coverage alone is only […]Read more
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