Internal Controls

An important part of your driving test will be a proficiency test for internal controls in the vehicle. These controls are deemed to be categorized into three parts:

The primary control: These are the Accelerator, the Brake and the Clutch (for manual transmission vehicles). The accelerator is used to add more gas to the engine and make it go faster. The Brake is used to control the vehicle to slow movement or a stop altogether. The Clutch, where applicable, is used to move off, change the gears of stop the vehicle. The accelerator and the brake are pedaled with the right foot, and the left is reserved for the clutch.

The secondary Controls:

Auxiliary Controls: These includes the speedometer, the rev gauge, the temperature gauge, and the fuel gauge.

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