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At the entrance there is usually a ramp that leads to the freeway. Ifyou have a clear view of the freeway as you drive along the entrance ramp. you should begin to check traﬁic. Try to determine where you exped to blend with the flow. Try to merge into the gap at close to the prevailing speed. Switch on your turn signal. check your mirrors and glance over your shoulder as often. as necessary. Try to blend smoothly with the tralﬁc ﬂow.
Once you are on the freeway. adjust your speed to the posted. lirnil or to the prevailing rate if it‘s slower. Stay in the right lane unless you want to pass.
Before changing lanes. check your mirrors. Then use your turn signal.
.lust hel'ore you leave the lane. glance quickly over your shoulder to make sure there isn‘t another vehicle in your “blind“ spot.
Once you are moving on the freeway. make certain you allow rt reasonable following distance. Expect to move slightly slower at night.
1When you want to leave the freeway. move to the proper latte well in advance. il'yon miss your exit do not. under any circumsLunccs. stop Lint] buck up. Drive on to the nest exit.
The exit ramp can be curved. sometimes quite sharply. The exit speed is Usually posted.
Reduce your speed according to your speedometer. not to your sense of motion. Alter driving for any distance at higher speeds. you may tend to think you are going slower than you actually are.
Before Leaving on a Long Trip
Mal-u: sure you‘re ready. Try to be well rested. If you must stun when you're not I'resh -— such as afler a duy'u work -- don‘t plan to make too many miles that ﬁrst part of the jou mey. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes you can easily drive in.
Is your vehicle ready fora long, trip? 11' you keep it serviced and maintained. it's ready to go. If it needs service. have it done before starting out. 0f course. you'll ﬁnd esperienced and able service experts in Buick dealers all across North America. They’ll be ready and willing to help if you need it.