# What are the six areas around your vehicle called?

## What are the six areas around your vehicle called?

There are six areas of space around a vehicle: front left, front, front right, rear left, rear, and rear right.

## What is the distance between your car and the vehicle in front of you called?

A space cushion is certain amount of distance you keep between you and the car in front of you that allows you to easily maneuver in any condition. A typical space cushion in perfect conditions would be about 3 seconds between you and the car in front of you.

## What is the first thing to do when making a 3 point turn?

To make a three-point turn:

1. Move as far right as possible, check traffic, and signal a left turn.
2. Turn the steering wheel sharply to the left and move forward slowly.
3. Shift to reverse, turn your wheels sharply to the right, check traffic, and back your vehicle to the right curb, or edge of roadway.

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## What are the 3 points in driving?

The three-point turn is a way of turning a vehicle around in a small space by going forward, turning to one side, then backing up, turning in order to face the other direction, then going forward again. This type of turn is usually done when the road is too narrow for a U-turn.

## What is K turn?

The three-point turn (sometimes called a Y-turn, K-turn, or broken U-turn) is the standard method of turning a vehicle around to face the opposite direction in a limited space, using forward and reverse gears. This is typically done when the road is too narrow for a U-turn.

## What is the following distance on a highway?

Generally, provincial driving manuals describe following distances in seconds – for instance, in B.C., Alberta and Ontario, manuals say to keep a two-second distance in good weather – instead of metres or car lengths. Measuring in seconds works because it’s tough for most of us to estimate distances while driving.

## What is the distance between cars while driving?

Many drivers follow the “three-second rule.” In other words, you should keep three seconds worth of space between your car and the car in front of you in order to maintain a safe following distance.

## What are the three types of vision?

Our central vision covers about three degrees of our visual field and peripheral vision, or side vision, covers the rest. The three degrees of central vision is a very small area in your total field of vision.