Automatic Car

Cars with automatic transmissions are very popular for both new and experienced drivers, as they are generally simpler to operate than manual transmissions and can be more comfortable for long trips.
These simple Lessons will  learning You  to drive an automatic car easily

First Lesson
(Preparing To Drive)
Get Into Your Car And Adjust The Car To Your Needs. Adjust Your Seat So That You Feel Comfortable
Adjust The Mirrors So You Can See Behind And See The Sides OF The Vehicle Obviously. Identify the car's blind spots before you start driving
Remember in each vehicle these controls could be in different places
 Washer and wiper, front and back
 Head lights, high and low beam
Hand brake
 Demisters, front and back
Hazard lights
For More Info About Car Controls See That

How Automatic car Work

In An Automatic Car, Instead OF The Driver Selecting The Correct Gear, The Car Changes up and down the gears automatically.
In place of the gear stick, there is a selector. This looks a little like a gear stick, but instead of having R,1,2,3,4,5 (and, on some cars, 6), it will usually have P, R, N, D, 1, 2, 3, although exact markings can sometimes differ.
P = Park
This is the gear you should select when securing your vehicle.

R = Reverse
This will lock your car into reverse gear.

N = Neutral
When the car is in neutral you will not be able to move forwards or backwards, but the car won’t be secure unless you apply the handbrake too. You should select neutral when waiting at a standstill in traffic or at traffic lights in order to avoid unnecessary fuel consumption.

D = Drive
You should select this gear for driving. When in drive, your gears will automatically change up and down depending on your speed and the incline of the road.

1,2,3 are, as you might expect, first second and third gear. Although you might not use these often, they allow the driver to lock the car into gear if needed. This can be useful when driving in adverse weather conditions like snow and ice, or when tackling a particularly steep hill!

!!!What are these pedals on the floor for

Look down at your feet - you will see two pedals. The pedal on the left is the brake (which stops or slows down the car). That pedal is used by the right leg only. The pedal on the right is the accelerator (which makes the car gather speed, or give it more power) that is also used by the right leg.
Your left leg is for balance only, not to operate any of the pedals. It should be on the floor or on the foot rest if your car has one.

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