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Driving Rules

A new driver should be aware of the following:

1. **Traffic Laws**: Understand and follow the rules of the road, including speed limits, stop signs, and traffic signals.

2. **Defensive Driving**: Always be alert and anticipate the actions of other drivers. Defensive driving can help avoid accidents.

3. **Vehicle Maintenance**: Regularly check and maintain your vehicle, including brakes, tires, lights, and fluids.

4. **Distractions**: Avoid distractions while driving, such as texting, talking on the phone, or adjusting the radio.

5. **Speed Control**: Maintain a safe and appropriate speed for the road conditions.

6. **Seatbelts**: Always wear your seatbelt, and ensure all passengers do the same.

7. **Driving Under the Influence**: Never drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

8. **Weather Conditions**: Adjust your driving for various weather conditions, such as rain, snow, or fog.

9. **Right of Way**: Understand right-of-way rules and yield when necessary.

10. **Parking**: Know how to park safely and legally.

11. **Signaling**: Use turn signals and brake lights to communicate your intentions to other drivers.

12. **Emergency Procedures**: Be prepared for emergencies and know how to react in situations like flat tires or breakdowns.

13. **Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety**: Be mindful of pedestrians and cyclists, and yield to them when required.

14. **Road Signs and Markings**: Understand common road signs and pavement markings.

15. **Insurance**: Have appropriate auto insurance coverage.

16. **Licensing**: Ensure your driver’s license is valid and up-to-date.

17. **Courtesy**: Practice good driving etiquette and be courteous to other road users.

18. **Parking Etiquette**: Respect parking regulations, including disabled parking spaces.

19. **Road Rage**: Avoid aggressive driving behaviors and road rage.

20. **Continuous Learning**: Stay informed about changes in traffic laws and refresh your driving knowledge regularly.

Remember, responsible and safe driving is not only a legal requirement but also crucial for your safety and the safety of others on the road.

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