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Traffic rules

The traffic regulations describe how a road user must behave on public roads, so that traffic flows safely and smoothly. It is expected that all road users know and apply the traffic regulations. Sometimes traffic regulations will appear a bit unclear. However, all rules in the regulations have been well thought through, so it is also important to know the underlying line of thought.


Ambulance - Airbag - ABS - Accident - Alcohol control - Bridge - Buses - Built-up area - Barriers - Battery - Brake worn - Brakes - Breath test - Breath analysis - Blood test - Cyclists - Cars - Caravans - Cyclist street - Crossroad - Crossing - Cruise control - Child restraints - Cargo/dimensions - Crossing animals - Combination signs - Drivers - Driving - Dipped beam - Dashboard lights - Diesel particulate filter - Defrost front window - Defrost rear window - Dangers - Expressway - Exit - Emergency lane - Engine temperature - Engine oil - ESP - Exhaust system - Engine - Fire department - Fog lights - Fuel - Guardrail - GPS - High beam - Handbrake - Handsfree - Hydroplaning - Hit and run - Information signs - Jack - Lane - Local traffic - Low emission zone - Lights - Motors - Motorway - Maneuvers - Motor management - Mandatory signs - Open door - Public road - Path for pedestrians - Path for cyclists - Path - Private property - Public property - Pedestrians - Priority vehicles - Police - Play street - Parked vehicle - Preheating - Penalty - Priority signs - Prohibitory signs - Roadway - Residential area - Ramp - Rush-hour lane - Roundabout - Roadmarks - Residents card - Road works - Suggestion strip for cyclists - Square - Siren - Speed - Speed bump - School-area - Stationary vehicle - Seat belt - Steering problem - Safety - Seatbelt - Suspension - Spare tire - Saliva test - Tunnel - Trains - Trams - Trailers - Traffic lights - Train crossing - Traffic conductor - Turn signals - Tire pressure - Tires - Traffic signs - Underpass - Verge - Vehicle - Violations - Warning lights - Windshield washer fluid - Weather conditions - Warning triangle - Warning signs - anti-theft system

Brakes

Only the brakes can stop your vehicle. It is very dangerous if the brakes do not work properly. If the brakes make a lot of noise, give off a weird odor, or if the brake pedal does not work properly, have it checked with your garage. A vehicle that is pulled to one side when braking is also checked.


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Jul 07, 2020


So nice

Jul 07, 2020


Very good

Jul 08, 2020


Q24. What happens to the rpm of the engine when you shift a gear down? this answer you gave of RPM increase is wrong, you worded the question " when you shift a gear down" you have to take your foot off the accelerator, then engage the clutch to shift down, during this shift time the RPM decreases, your question should not state shift it should say when you engage a lower gear, only when the lower gear is selected will the RPM of the engine increase.

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Jul 09, 2020


Very Good, Thanks!!!!

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Jul 10, 2020


so useful, thank u