Learn the Basics:
Familiarize yourself with the vehicle’s controls, such as the steering wheel, pedals, gearshift, and mirrors.
Understand the dashboard indicators and gauges, including fuel level, speedometer, and warning lights.
Adjust your seat, mirrors, and steering wheel to ensure a comfortable driving position and clear visibility.
Buckle up your seatbelt before you start driving.
Start in a Quiet Area:
Begin practicing in a spacious and low-traffic area to build your confidence without the pressure of heavy traffic.
Practice parking in various scenarios, including parallel parking and perpendicular parking.
Mastering parking skills will help you navigate crowded areas with ease.
Observe Traffic Rules:
Learn and obey traffic laws, including speed limits, stop signs, yield signs, and traffic signals.
Avoid distractions such as using your phone, eating, or adjusting the radio while driving.
Focus on the road and your surroundings at all times.
Maintain a Safe Following Distance:
Keep a safe distance from the vehicle in front of you to allow for sufficient reaction time in case of sudden stops.
Use Turn Signals:
Always use your turn signals to indicate your intentions to other drivers before making turns or changing lanes.
Check Blind Spots:
Before changing lanes or making turns, check your blind spots by looking over your shoulder to ensure there are no vehicles or obstacles.