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The New Official K53 Manual is a comprehensive and effective guide to The learner's section explains the K53 Defensive Driving principles, road signs and (Print) ISBN (PDF) PLEASE NOTE: The . The Safeways K53 Learners and Drivers Manual has been designed with you in mind. It's so easy to use. Each section, from road traffic signs to rules of the road. soundofheaven.info Tel: +27 12 Disclaimer: This manual is the property of the Department of Transport and may not be copied and distributed.
Lower the car without applying full weight on the tire. All the actions that drivers must take are shown in the first row below. Correct answer c Neither of these. If you notice any instability, lower the jack and fix the problem before fully lifting the car. Check to make sure that the jack is perpendicular to the ground.
Permanent control signs are red and white. Control signs: Proceed in a clockwise direction around the painted island. If necessary. No hooting or No hitch-hiking or No access to the No hawker trading any loud noise for stopping for hitchclass of vehicle for 75 m before next m. The class of road user is shown on the sign by means of a symbol. You must obey traffic circle rules at the roundabout see page No other road users may.
Command signs: No stopping temporary sign. Pedestrians must use only this part of the roadway. No left turn here. No U-turn here. Temporary versions have a yellow disc. They come in both permanent blue disc-shaped signs with a white border and temporary yellow disc with a black border versions.
No right turn here. Examples of the compulsory roadway usage signs with symbols are given in the second row below. Actions that all drivers must take: You must switch on your headlights now. Prohibition signs: No overtaking by goods vehicles for next m. All the actions that drivers must take are shown in the first row below.
No access to the class of road user shown on the sign. You must pass to the side indicated by the angled arrow. Taxis must use only this part of the roadway. You must turn in the direction of the arrow at the next junction. No overtaking by any vehicle for m temporary sign.
The class of road user indicated must use this part of the roadway only.
No left turn at the next junction or entrance. These signs are all white disc-shaped signs with a red border. You must pay a toll on this road or take another route. Buses and minibuses must use only this part of the roadway. You must travel at this speed or faster. Cyclists left and pedestrians right must use only this part of the roadway.
You must proceed only in the direction of the arrow. No parking. No other roadway. No other this part of the road users may. Regulatory signs: This system of knowledge reinforcement applies to all sections of this book.
Stop and proceed only when every vehicle that has stopped at a Stop line in the intersection before you has proceeded through the intersection. Both of these. You must yield right of way at the sign or marking to all traffic already on the road that you are approaching.
How should you respond to this sign? Which statement is correct in respect of this sign? Correct answer Correct answer You must give way to pedestrians and crosstraffic at the intersection. If you intend proceeding straight ahead. Do not proceed unless it is safe to do so. You must yield right of way to any rail traffic on the railway line crossed by the road on which you are travelling. If you intend turning left at the intersection. This applies also to a 3-way stop.
Correct answer Both of these. For each item. Change to a lower gear if necessary Gate. Yield or other regulatory signs that may be displayed.
In the signs below. Go very slowly and test the brakes afterwards Vehicle length regulatory restriction ahead Structure ahead that is less than 5 m wide. When you encounter a warning sign.
Keep well to the left Slippery road ahead. Reduce speed and proceed with caution and be prepared to take evasive action. The signs are white triangles with a red border and black message symbol or word. Pass on the side of the cattle grid Steep downhill ahead. They are usually found some distance before the hazard to allow you plenty of time to react. Slow down and approach with caution General warning sign. Obey any traffic control signals at the crossing Temporary uneven.
Temporary versions of the signs have a yellow background. Road situations ahead These signs warn of potentially dangerous situations ahead that are related to the location or structure of the road or its surface. Approach with caution. Slow down and obey any speed limit sign Road narrows at a bridge ahead. Hazard marker plates are rectangular red and white plates or red and yellow for temporary versions that are positioned at the hazard itself. You may not cross a No Overtaking line to overtake a slow-moving vehicle Tarred road becomes a gravel road ahead.
You have right of way to the left. Look out for and obey any regulatory signs displayed in conjunction with this sign. Correct answer Correct answer You are approaching an intersection where you may be required to yield right of way to other traffic.
Reduce speed and prepare to stop or give way to other traffic already in the intersection or approaching it from either side. This sign warns of a T-junction in the road ahead where the driver will have to make a sharp turn to the left or right.
Warning signs: Where a two-way road will become a dual roadway ahead with traffic moving in one direction only. Look out for a Stop or Yield sign. This sign is found on the approach to an intersection that is controlled by a Yield sign.
There is a Warning sign ahead. Keep to the left and use the right hand side of the roadway for overtaking. This sign warns of a skew T-junction in the road ahead where the driver will have to make a sharp turn to the left or right.
How should a driver react to this sign? There is a dead-end ahead. The two-way road that you are travelling on becomes a dual roadway ahead with traffic moving in one direction on each roadway. No through-road to the left or right. This means that if you travel consistently at that speed you will get all the lights on green. Park-and-ride point. At this point you can change your mode of transport. This sign indicates that all the traffic lights at the various intersections on the road ahead have been synchronized at the speed indicated.
The road you are travelling on has priority at the junction ahead. The traffic lights do not change simply from red to green. Supplementary information plates to give additional information Goods vehicle Recommended speed For the next 12 km For the next 5 km m ahead Blind people Accident Information signs: High-speed freeway exit countdown signs.
You can park your car here and take a train for the next leg of your journey. Temporary high-speed exit countdown sign. Priority road. Example shown: Modal transfer. Each white bar represents m to the exit. At the speed shown. Information centre where you can obtain information about the local area. No through-road ahead.
Local direction signs: Location name symbols These symbols give the name of a town. Tourist guidance signs: There are essentially five colour combinations on these rectangular-shaped signs: Guidance sign colour combinations Guidance signs for freeways: Diagrammatic lane guidance: A symbol indicates the nature of the item being named.
Guidance signs for other roads: River name symbol Toll road name symbol End of toll road name symbol Dual-carriage freeway name symbol Single-carriage freeway name symbol Interchange name symbol Conservancy name symbol Location name examples Suburb Street Municipality River Freeway Interchange Mountain pass Direction sign symbols These symbols indicate the nature of the destination to which the direction sign is pointing.
White right edge marking.
You may not drive to the left of the yellow line. As a general rule. Painted island. Pedestrian crossing. Regulatory markings Regulatory markings are used to control the actions of drivers and regulate the flow of traffic.
Parking bay. You may not drive or stop over the marking. No crossing double-line. No overtaking line on its own or on your side of a broken dividing line. You may not allow any part of the vehicle to cross the line at any time. Yellow left edge marking. The parking bay is reserved for the exclusive use of the kind of vehicle indicated by the accompanying symbol.
The two solid lines sometimes have a broken dividing line between them. They have the same meanings as the traffic signs mounted on poles or above the road. Block pedestrian crossing. You may not drive or cross to the right of the white line. Stop line. Park only within the demarcated area. They can be classified into Regulatory. In the diagrams that follow. Stop completely before the solid Stop line. Yield line. As with regulatory signs. Exclusive parking bay.
Slow down and give way to cross-traffic. Applies also at a railway crossing. Move off only when safe to do so. See more. K53 Learners License Test.
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Don't take them all the way off and just break the resistance. Having the wheel on the ground means that you're turning the nuts instead of the wheel.
Pump or crank the jack to lift the tire off the ground. You need to lift it high enough to remove the flat tire and replace it with a spare. As you lift, make sure that the car is stable.
If you notice any instability, lower the jack and fix the problem before fully lifting the car. If you notice the jack lifting at an angle or leaning, lower and reposition it so that it can lift straight up. Remove the nuts the rest of the way.
Turn them counter clockwise until they are loose. Repeat with all lug nuts, then remove the nuts completely. Remove the tire. Place the flat tire under the vehicle so in the event of a jack failure the vehicle will fall on the old wheel, hopefully preventing injury. If the jack is placed on a flat, solid base, you shouldn't have any problems. Place the spare tire on the hub.
Take care to align the rim of the spare tire with the wheel bolts, then put on the lug nuts. Tighten the nuts by hand until they are all snug. They should turn easily at first.
Lower the car without applying full weight on the tire. Tighten the nuts as much as possible. Lower the car to the ground fully and remove the jack.
Finish tightening the nuts and replace the hubcap. Put the old tire in your trunk and take it to a mechanic. See how easy it is to understand.