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Be sure you are not in a no passing zone.

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What is the first step before passing another vehicle?

Be sure you are in a passing zone.


What is the first major step before passing another veichcle?

Check mirror


When passing a vehicle first check to your front and rear and move into the passing lane only if it is clear and you are in a legal passing zone.?

When passing a vehicle that is on your right, you check to the front, side, and rear before putting on your turn signal and moving into the left lane. Remember to check your blind spot too.


When passing a vehicle first check to the front and rear and move into the passing lane only if it is clear and you are in a legal passing zone?

When passing a vehicle that is on your right, you check to the front, side, and rear before putting on your turn signal and moving into the left lane. Remember to check your blind spot too.


What is the first major step to do before passing another vehicle?

Check your blind spot over your left shoulder, then your review mirror, then signal, shoulder-check again, then pass. Always, always, ALWAYS shoulder-check before signalling.


Before passing another vehicle the first major step is to?

Decide if the pass is necessaryIf you mean passing on a 2 lane road, your first major step is to make sure no cars are in the lane of oncoming traffic for at least 1/2 mile or more especially if the speed limit is 50mph or above.


What is the first thing you do when passing another vehicle?

Make sure the road is clear of oncoming traffic, and be sure you have enough room to complete the pass safely.


The first docking in space with another vehicle?

Apollo


How many car lengths should you leave when passing semi?

The 2-second rule should be observed in all situations including when passing. The 2-second rule means that there should be a 2-second interval between the first vehicle passing a stationary object and the next vehicle passing it. This usually works out to about 1 car length for every 10 miles per hour.


When was the first vehicle made?

You need to specify what you mean by a "vehicle" Before that question can be sensibly answered.


What is the first question drivers should ask themselves before passing?

Is it safe/legal to pass in this area?


What do you do to allow another vehicle or roadway user to proceed first?

Give way