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The exit speed is usually posited.
Reduce your speed according to your speedometer, not to your sense of motion. Alter driving for any distanee at higher speeds), you may tend to think you are going slower than you aetually are.
Before Leaving on a Long Trip
Make sure you're ready. Try to be well mated. If you must start when you*re not fresh -— such as after a day’s work —~ don't plan to nuke too many miles that ﬁrst part of the journey. Wear comfortable clothing and shoes you can easily drive in.
Is your Vehicle ready for a long trip? If you keep it serviced and maintained. it‘s ready to go. If it needs service. have it done before starting out. Dfuoursna, you'll ﬁnd experiment] and able service experts in Buick dealerships all names North hmerieo. They'll be ready and willing to help ifyou need it.
Here are some things you can check before a trip:
0 Windshield Washer Fluid: Is the reservoir iiull'lI Are all windows clean inside and outside?
I Wiper Blades: Are Ihe'y in good shape?
0 Fuel, Engine Oil. Grher Fluids: Have you checked all levels?
it lamps: Are they all working? Are the lenses clean?
0 Tires: "they are vitally important to a safe. trouble-free trip. 15 the tread good enough for long-distance tidying? Are the tires all inﬂated to the recommended pressure?
0 Weather Forecasts: What’s the weather outlook along your route? Should you delay your trip a short time to avoid a major storm system?
i Mops.- Do you have up—to—rlata maps?