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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #107786: Vocabulary for car drivers
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    Vocabulary for car drivers


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    1. Cars must halt for pedestrians if there is a sign.

    2. Cars circle around at intersections with a .

    3. Drivers press the pedal before switching gears.

    4. Cars have two , which improve visibility at night.

    5. To slow a car, a driver presses the pedal.

    6. In Britain, drivers stay on the side of the road.

    7. If you leave your car in the middle of the road, you might get a ticket.

    8. After leaving your car, you may wish to your doors.

    9. If the car in front of you is slow, you can it.

    10. To get another car's attention you can honk your at it.









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