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The learner's section explains the K53 Defensive Driving principles, road signs INCLUDES THE LATEST INFORMATION Learners Licence: Rules of the Road .. certificate (licence disc) that is valid for 12 months from the date of issue. .. (Print) ISBN (PDF) PLEASE NOTE: The . Section 1: Rules of the Road. 1 INTRODUCTION . .. 1. 2 ACRONYMS AND DEFINITIONS. The Safeways K53 Learners and Drivers Manual has been designed with you in mind. It's so easy to use. Each section, from road traffic signs to rules of the road.


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Place the jack under the frame near the tire that you are going to change. Ensure that the jack is in contact with the metal portion of your car's frame. Many cars have molded plastic along the bottom.

If you don't place the jack in the right spot, it will crack the plastic when you start lifting. If you're not sure about the right place to put the jack, read your owner's manual. For most modern uni-body cars, there is a small notch or mark just behind the front wheel wells, or in front of the rear wheel wells where the jack is intended to be placed.

Raise the jack until it is supporting but not lifting the car. The jack should be firmly in place against the underside of the vehicle. Check to make sure that the jack is perpendicular to the ground 6.

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Remove the hub cap and loosen the nuts by turning counterclockwise. Don't take them all the way off and just break the resistance. Having the wheel on the ground means that you're turning the nuts instead of the wheel. Use the wrench that came with your car or a standard cross wrench.

Your wrench may have different sizes of openings on different ends. A correctly-sized wrench will slip easily over the nut, but will not rattle.

It can take quite a lot of force to break your lug nuts free. If all else fails, you can use your body weight or stomp on the wrench be absolutely certain you are turning it the right way - counter clockwise.

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A cross wrench will give you much more torque than a standard single-handled wrench. Pump or crank the jack to lift the tire off the ground. You need to lift it high enough to remove the flat tire and replace it with a spare. As you lift, make sure that the car is stable.

If you notice any instability, lower the jack and fix the problem before fully lifting the car. If you notice the jack lifting at an angle or leaning, lower and reposition it so that it can lift straight up.

Remove the nuts the rest of the way. Turn them counter clockwise until they are loose. Repeat with all lug nuts, then remove the nuts completely. Remove the tire. Place the flat tire under the vehicle so in the event of a jack failure the vehicle will fall on the old wheel, hopefully preventing injury. If you pass these two aspects of the test, you will continue with the practical driving test on a public road, which should take between 20 and 45 minutes.

Part two: moving off, turning speed judgement, an emergency stop, an emergency swerve and a controlled stop.

There is no time limit for part one of the test. Both parts of the test are conducted on a track at the testing centre. There is no practical riding test in traffic. During your driving lessons you should satisfy yourself that you can perform every procedure for the test. The driving test is a practical test. To help assess your ability, an example of the official test assessment checklist is included at the back of this book pages ImmeDIATe FAIlURe Light anD heavy motor vehicLes the test will be stopped immediately in the event of any of the following: using a vehicle that is not licenced; using an unroadworthy vehicle; a violation of any traffic law, road sign, signal or road marking; an uncontrolled, dangerous action on your part; an avoidable collision; bumping any obstacles, mounting the kerb or touching boundary lines during the test; not successfully completing a manoeuvre within the maximum number of attempts allowed; allowing the vehicle to roll forwards or backwards during the test; inability to perform a hand signal when instructed to do so; mechanical failure of the vehicle during the test; scoring more than 50 penalty points in the yard test penalty points are indicated in brackets on the test assessment checklist at the back of the book ; exceeding the absolute time limit of 20 minutes 59 seconds allowed for the Pre-Trip Inspection and Yard Test.

Only one attempt each is allowed for moving off, turning left and lane change to the right, and three attempts for speed control, provided that no immediate disqualification has occurred. Part two: falling off or allowing the motorcycle to fall; exceeding 90 penalty points; touching a boundary line; rolling backwards or forwards when moving off; disregarding a traffic law, road sign, signal or road marking; carrying out an uncontrolled or dangerous action; not wearing a suitable safety crash helmet.

Only three attempts are allowed for each of the manoeuvres in this part of the test, provided that no immediate disqualification has occurred. If you are disqualified for any one of these items the test will be stopped immediately and you will have to re-apply to do the test at a later date after more training and practice.

You will be expected to know this system thoroughly and to apply it in the correct sequence during each manoeuvre and aspect of the test while maintaining a clear space around your vehicle at all times. A hazard is anything that could cause you to reduce speed or change direction.

Hazards include: intersections, vehicle and pedestrian entrances, pedestrians, animals, other vehicles, cyclists, poles, signs or any other fixtures.

Each manoeuvre has its own specific sequence of actions that form part of the defensive driving system. These sequences, which are explained in the pages that follow, must be followed. The following table explains the terminology used to describe the sequence, and shows the icons that will be used to help you. Look to the front, to the sides, in the mirrors and the blind spots so that you know whats going on all around your vehicle and to see if it is safe behind you.

Your wheels should always be straight when you check in the blind spots. Look in the mirrors Look in the rear-view mirrors to see if it is safe behind and alongside the vehicle. Check the blind spot s Turn your head and look over your shoulder into the blind spot on the side to which you intend moving to ensure that it is safe to change direction.

On approach, check under the vehicle for leaks or obstructions. Unlock all the doors.

Inspect the vehicle for possible damage from the top to bottom, in an anti-clockwise direction. Ensure that the mirrors are not broken, and are secure and clean. Check the windows and windscreen for damage and cleanliness. Check the wiper blades for damage and leave them extended during the inspection.

Check the tyres for damage, wear, tread depth, valve cap and inflation. Check the wheels for damage, grease or oil leaks, and the wheel nuts if no hub cap is fitted visual inspection only. Check all the lights, lenses and reflectors for damage, and that they are secure and clean. Check the vehicle for damaged or loose panels or grilles. Make sure that the bonnet, bumpers and exhaust are secure.

Make sure that the number plates are secure and clean and that the light is working. Check that the licence disc is valid and secure. Check the doors for opening, and the operation of the window winders and seat belts for stability and damage. Check any information plates and chevrons for damage, cleanliness, stability and validity. Mention that the oil, water, brake fluid and fan belt have been checked.

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Mention that the spare wheel, jack and wheel spanner should be checked. Check that the fuel cap is secure. Interior inspection After the exterior inspection you will be asked to get into the vehicle and operate the lights, indicators, wipers and hooter horn. Operate the controls as required and then conduct the interior inspection.

From the driver's seat, ensure that the parking brake is applied and that the gear lever is in neutral or P or N for automatic vehicles. Check for obstructions inside the vehicle.

Check for warning lights and gauges, where applicable.As you lift, make sure that the car is stable. Guidance signs 9. Pedestrian crossing.

Avoid using so much force that you risk upsetting the jack. Use the wrench that came with your car or a standard cross wrench. There are essentially five colour combinations on these rectangular-shaped signs:. Pawan Alur.