Driving Test Automatic Car Dublin

Indeed, learning to drive a manual transmission vehicle can be really daunting. In this case, many first-time drivers find automatic driving lesson a lot easier and considerable option. If you have yourself in this situation, there is absolutely no need to feel bad. The automatic driving test is by far less complicated and easier to gain mastery of.

Taking driving lessons for an automatic car in Dublin is best done with the experts. This will allow you to learn the ropes perfectly ahead of the test. Here are some of the crucial things you need to learn and understand ahead of taking the automatic car driving test.

1. The Vitals of Driving an Automatic Vehicle.

You should be able to know your controls by heart and locate it without taking your eyes off the road. These controls are:

• Washer and wiper, front and back
• Handbrake
• Headlights, high and low beam.
• Horn
• Demisters, front and back.
• Hazard lights.

2. How to get into a comfortable driving Position.

In adjusting the seat, the right leg should be able to reach the accelerator, and the brake pedals comfortably. Your shoulders should stay firm in the seat and the arms in front of you at the top of the steering wheel, now adjust the back of the seat, so the wrists are right on top of the steering wheel rim (not your hand or arm). It is a good thing that most cars can now adjust the height of the steering wheel so it is much easier to get the desired position.

3. The Basics of movement:

You have basically the accelerator(gas) and the brake pedal. The wide pedal on the left is the brake, and the narrow pedal is the accelerator. Their functions are a no-brainer; the accelerator is to the move and gathers speed while the break is to stop, slow down or steady the vehicle. It must be said with great emphasis that only one leg is involved in using these pedals and it is the right leg. The left leg is only for balance and never to operate any of the pedals. If your car has a footrest, place your leg on it. If not, rest it on the ground.

4. Working the Gear shift:

There are diverse types of gear panels, but they consist of usually the same gear commands. They are:

5. Putting the Vehicle in Motion.

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