Mirror Adjustments and Reference Poins Certification Test- MyCity Transporation
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What helps you position your vehicle in the lane or in relation to road elements?
You should adjust your mirrors:
before you back up
during your pre-trip before you leave on you route
at a rest stop
Adjust your __________ you adjust your mirrors.
In order to minimize the areas of limited vision, you must:
adjust your mirrors.
cover the brake.
use your flashers.
There are____________reference points on your vehicle.
To find your centering reference point, position your vehicle in the center of a lane. Then, figure out where lines on the road disappear on the ____________.
When using a backing reference point, back the vehicle with your spotter, until the vehicle is from the base of the cone.
What is the six-inch reference point used for?
Boarding and alighting.
Making right-hand turns.
Adjust the right convex mirror to see:
a little bit of the right side and as much of the vehicle as possible.
a little bit of the vehicle and as much area to the rear and to the right as possible.
the left side of the vehicle and the area to the left of the vehicle.
Which reference point helps you avoid wide left turns where you might run into parked cars or other fixed objects?
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