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5.1 ¨T¨®¾r¾p :                        5.4 ¨T¨®«OÀI :
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    ¶R¨®-nÂI(Buy)                         ½ü-L±`ÃѤκØÃþ
    ªø´Á¯²¨®-nÂI (Lease)                  °e¼tÀË-׶·ª¾
    «OÃÒ¶·ª¾(Warranty)                    ¬G»Ù°ÝÃDªº´y-z
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¡´ License Renew( ´ « · Ó), License Expiration(¾ r · Ó ¨ ì ´ Á License

Suspended(¦Q¾P¾r·Ó), License Revoked(¨ú¾P¾r·Ó )

¡´Pre-Drive Checklist (¸ô®b«e®b©xÀˬd¶µ¥Ø) :

(1) Drive Window(¾r¾p®y®Çµ¡¤á ), Windshield(¾×-·¬Á¼þ), Rear View

                                             O                         ),
Mirrors(« á µ ø Ã è), Turn Signals(¤ è ¦ V ¿ ), Brake Lights(« b ¨ ® ¿ O

Tires(½ü-L), Horn(³â¥z), Passenger Door(-¼«È®yªºªù), Seat Belts(®w

                  ¡A¤£¦X®æ A·|¦©¤À;
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(2) Emergency Brake(«b¨®), Parking Brake or Foot Brake(§Ú-Ì©ÒºÙªº
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¤â«b¨®   ), Arm Signals(·|¤£·|¥Î¤â¥´«H¸¹ ), Windshield Wipers(«B¨ê),

                                         ),
Defroster(°£Ãú), Emergency Flasher(ºò«æ¿O Headlights(¤j¿O)¡A¥H¤W

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¡´ Automatic Disqualification ( ¾ r ¾ p ® É ¥ ß ¨ è ¤ £ ³ q ¹ L ª º ¶) µ : Ø

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Intervention by examiner(ºÊ¦Ò¤H¤¤Â_ Strikes object(¼²¨ìªF¦è),

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Disobeys traffic sign or signal(¤£¿í¦u¥æ³q¸¹»x Disobeys safety

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personnel(¤ £ Å ¥ ¦ w ¥ þ ¤ H - û « ü), §Dangerous maneuver(¦ M À I ° Ê § ),

         )                         )
Speed(¶W³t , Lane violation(´«¹D¹H³W

¡´¸ô¦Ò´úÅ綵¥Ø¡G

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- Parking Lot Driving(°±¨®³õ¤º¤§¾r¾p )¡A¬O§_ª`·N¨ä¥L¨®»P¤H

- Curve(Ås¹D)

- Intersection(¸ô¤f )¤§ Through(³q¹L)¡BStop(°±¤î)¡BStart(±Ò°Ê)

            )¤§
- Turns(ÂàÆW Approach(±µªñ)¡BStop(°±¤î)¡BTurn(ÂàÅs )

- Lane Change(´«¨®¹D)

- Street Park(¸ôÃä°±¨®)¡A-«·s¶i¤J¹D¸ô¤§¦w¥þª`·N

- Parallel Parking (¸ôÃä¥-¦æ°±¨®)

- Backing(-˨®) : the position of your car before backing(-˨®«e¥ý§â

                                            );
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  glass, never use the rearview mirror for backing(¦^ÀY©¹«á¬Ý¡A¤£¥i

  ¥Î«áµøÃè¬Ý) ; whether backs in a straight line(-˪ºª½¤£ª½) ; backing

  at the right speed(³t«×¥¿±` )¡C
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                        )
- Park on a hill(©Y¹D°±¨® : leaving your vehicle in park or the correct

  gear(¥´ÀÉ¥¿½T) ; turning the front wheels in the correct direction for

                             )¡C
  parking(°±¨®«á½ü-Lªº¤è¦V¥¿½T

- Freeway(°ª³t¤½¸ô¾r¾p )¤§ Entering(¶i¤J ), Merge(¶i¤J ), Lane

              ),
  Use(¨®¹D¨Ï¥Î Exiting(Â÷¶})

- Business and Residential(°Ó·~¤Î¦í¦v°Ï¤§¾r¾p )

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Traffic Check («e«á¥ª¥k¥æ³qª¬ªp¤§¤£Â_À˵ø)

Speed (¾A·íªº³t«×¡A¿í¦u¸ôÃä¥æ³q¼Ð»x)

Entering Speed (¶i¤J¸ô¤fªº³t«× )

Through Speed (³q¹L¸ô¤fªº³t«× )

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Signal (¿O¸¹ªº¾Þ§@                       )

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Yield the Right-Of-Way (¸ôÅvªºÂ§Åý¡A¸ÓÅý-nÅý¡A¸Ó¨«-n¨«)

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¡´À³¦Ò³W¯x: There will be no tricks and you will not be asked to do
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anything that is illegal. You will be instructed where to drive and what
maneuvers to perform; if not told otherwise, drive straight ahead. You
must obey all laws, rules, signs, and signals. During the test, the
Licensing Service Representative will confine their remarks to directions
only. The LSR will not answer any questions about the driving task and
will not engage in general conversation. At the end of the test, the LSR
will provide you with a copy of the score sheet and discuss the results
with you. ·Ó¦Ò©x«ü¥Ü°µ¡A¤£-n°Ý¥ô¦ó°ÝÃD


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Lights(¥æ³q¿O¸¹                                  )
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¡´Traffic Signs ÃC¦â¦³¤»ºØ¡G¬õ¦âªí¥ÜSTOP¡A¶À¦âªí¥Üĵ§i¡A¥Õ

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¡´Traffic Lights(¥æ³q¿O¸¹ :
(1) Red means STOP , Yellow means the red signal is about to
                             ), Green means GO
appear(¶À¿Oªí¥Ü¬õ¿O°¨¤W´N-n«G¤F
(2) Flashing Red means same as STOP Sign , but after stopping,
proceed when safe, observing the Right-Of-Way rules(°{°Êªº¬õ¿Oµ¥

                                     )
©ó¬OSTOP sign¡A¨®½ø¦æ¶i¨Ì·Ó ROW ªº³W¯x

(3) Flashing Yellow means becareful, slow down(°{°Êªº¶À¿Oªí¥Ü¤p¤ß

ºC¦æ) ;

                      )
(4) Red Arrow(¬õ¦â½bÀY means STOP until green appears ;

(5) Yellow Arrow means(¶À¦â½bÀY              ;
                               )ª`·N¤U¤@-Ó¿O¸¹

                              )
(6) Green Arrow means(ºñ¦â½bÀY GO but yield to any vehicle, bicycle,

or pedestrian still in the intersection(¦ý-nÅý§Oªº¥ô¦ó¤è¦Vªº¨®©Î¦æ

¤H)

                               )
¡´Road Markings(¶î¦b¸ô-±¤Wªº¼Ð¥Ü :

(1) Solid Yellow Line(¹ê¶À½u)¡ABrokenYellow Line(µê¶À½u)¡ADouble

Solid Yellow Line(Âù¹ê¶À½u)¡ABroken White Line(µê¥Õ½u)¡ASolid

                                              )¡A
Yellow Line with Broken Yellow Line(¤@¹ê¤@µê¶À½u Solid White
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Line(¹ê¥Õ½u)

(2) ¥Õ½u¬O°Ï¹j¨®¹D                             (¥i·í§@¬O¤@
                  (Lane)¤§¼Ð¥Ü¡AÂù¶À½u¬OÄY¸T¸ó¶V

        )¡A
¹D¤ôªdÀð Signal Ahead(«e¤è¦³¸¹»x)¡C



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¡´ Defensive Driving( ¨ ¾ ½ Ã © Ê ¾ r ¾ p¡GDrive defensively to avoid
someone‘s mistake ; Don‘t assume that a car coming to a STOP sign is
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going to stop. ¹w¨¾§O¤H·|¥Ç¿ù

¡´Right-OF-Way(¸ôÅv) ¡GThese rules go along with courtesy and

common sense¡CIf another driver does not yield to you when he or she

should, forget it¡CLet the other driver go first, however, do not always

insist on others going ahead of you when you have the ROW ¸ôÅv¬O¨Ì

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¾Ú§¸`»P±`ÃÑ-q¥Xªº³W©w          ¡A¦ý¤£¸ÓÅý®É¤]¤£-n¯Ô»~

®É¶¡¡C
(1) When STOP signs at all corners, stop then yield to vehicles already in
the intersection or just entering it. Also yield to the vehicle on your right if
it has reached the intersection at the same time as you. ¸I¨ì STOP sign

                         ¡A¦ý·Pı¦P®É¨ì®É
°±¨®«á¡A-ì«h¤W¥ý¨ì¥ý°±¥ý¨«              ¡AÀ³Åý¥kÃ䪺¨®
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¥ý¨«

(2) When nearing an intersection, yield the ROW to those already in the
intersection. §Åý¤w¸g¶i¤J¸ô¤fªº¨®
(3) Before pulling into traffic, make sure that the way is clear. You must
not enter a street if doing so will cause another driver to stop or slow
down. ¶i¤J¥æ³q-n¹D ¡A¤£À³¨Ï±o¤w¦b¹D¤Wªº¨®´î³t©Î°±¤î

(4) Before turning right on a RED LIGHT, yield all others ¬õ¿O¥i¥H¥k

Âà¡A¦ý-n¥ýÅý©Ò¦³¨Ó¨®
(5)When turning left in the intersection, yield ROW to oncoming vehicles
that are in the intersection. ¥ªÂਮÀ³Â§Åý¤w¸g¦b¸ô¤fªº¨®
(6)Always stop for any pedestrian crossing at corners or other
crosswalks. ¥Ã»·Â§Åý¦æ¤H¥ý¦æ
(7) Drivers already on the highway should give you room to enter, but if
they don‘t , You DONT force your way onto the highway. ¤w¦b°ª³t

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¤½¸ôªº¨®-nªÅ¥X¦a¤èÅý¶i¤Jªº¨® ¡A¦ý¦pªG§O¤H¤£Åý
(8) You must yield the ROW to drivers already on the highway, even if
you have to stop at the end of an acceleration lane. -n¶i¤J°ª³t¤½¸ôªº

¨®-nÅý¤w¦b°ª³t¤½¸ô¤Wªº¨®

                )
¡´Signals(¥´¿O¸¹ :
(1) Before you stop, turn or change lanes, let the other drivers know what
you are going to do by signaling. Åý§O¤Hª¾¹D§A·Ç³Æ-n°µ¤°»ò

(2) Ssignal at least 100 feet before turning. ÂàÅs«e 100 §`
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(3) Signal before pulling away from curb. ¶i¤J·F¹D«e

(4) Signal before turning or changing lanes. ´«¨®¹D«e

¡´Highway Driving(°ª³t¤½¸ô¾r¾p ) :

(1) At the end of entrance ramps(Ås¹D)is an acceleration lane. Use the
acceleration lane to increase your speed to match the speed of the
vehicles on the highway ; ¦b¤Þ¹D¤W-n¶}©l¥[³t¥H°t¦X°ª³t¤½¸ô¤Wªº

¨®³t
(2) As you are speeding up, switch on turn signal, and pull smoothly into
the traffic. ¥[³t®É-n¥´¿O ¡AµM«áºCºCªº¶i¤J°ª³t¤½¸ô¨®¹D

¡´Look over you shoulder to check blind spot before changing lanes.

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¡´¨®¿Oªº¨Ï¥Î : Turn on headlights(¤j¿O)at least 30 minutes after

sunset and leave them on until 30 minutes before sunrise ¤é¸¨«á 30 ¤ÀÄÁ

¤Î¤é¥X«e 30 ¤ÀÄÁ¤º-n¶}¤j¿O ;                Use low beams(ªñ¥ú¿O)when

                                                      300
following another vehicle within 300 feet ¸ò¦b§O¤H¨®«á §`-n¶}ªñ

¥ú¿O ;     Use high beams(»·¥ú¿O)when there are no oncoming vehicles

¹ï-±¨S¦³¨®¤~¥i¶}»·¥ú¿O ;              Switching from high beams to low

beams before you are 500 feet from an oncoming vehicle. ¹ï-± 500 §`

                             ;
¤º¦³¨Ó¨®¡A-nÅÜ´«»·¥ú¿O¬°ªñ¥ú¿O                    Use low beam headlights
whenever it is raining. It is illegal to drive with only your parking lights on.
           ¡A¶}
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¡´ÂàÅsªº³W©w   : Turn right as close as possible to the right curb or edge

of the road. ¥kÂàÅs-n¾¨¶q¶K¸ôÃäÂàÅs ;          Turn left through the lane

you should follow the right lane. ¥ªÂàÅs¥Î±M¥Î¹D

¡´¤Ñ-Ôªºª`·N : In the fog, don‘t drive. ¦³Ãú®É§O¶}¨® ;               In a
heavy rain or snowstorm, you may not be able to see more than 100 feet
ahead, and cannot drive faster than 30 mph. ¤j«B¤j³·-nºC¦æ ;
Driving in snowy areas, carry chains in case you cannot drive without
them. ¤U³·¦a°Ï¡A-n±aµÛ³·Áå



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¡´¦³Ãö Learner‘s Permit ¾Ç²ß¾r·Ó³W©w:
(1) The permit holder must be accompanied by a licensed operator or
chauffeur who is actually occupying a seat beside the driver.-n¦³¤@¦ì

¦³¾r·Óªº¤H§¤¦b®ÇÃä
(2) If your child, ward, employee, or other person under the age of 18
has a learner‘s permit, an adult 25 years of age or older must be in the
                                 ¡
vehicle. 18 ·³¥H¤Uªº¤H¨Ï¥Î¾Ç²ß¾r·ÓA-n¦³25 ·³¥H¤Wªº¤H¦b¨®¤W

¡´¥²¶·°±¨®ªº±¡ªp :
(1) When seeing or hearing emergency vehicles, pull over to the right of
the road and stop. Å¥¨ì©Î¬Ý¨ìÂåÀø«æ±Ï¨®¡A¥ß¨è¸ôÃä°±¨®
(2) When seeing a school bus stopped and it flashes a RED LIGHT or
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shows a STOP sign, You must stop no matter which direction you are
coming from ; if it flashes a YELLOW Lights, You must prepare to stop ;
on a divided highways or highways with 4 or more lanes, you need not
stop if the bus is on the other side. ¸I¨ì¶À¦â®Õ¨®¥´¥X STOP µP¤l ¡A

©Î°{°Ê RED Light ®É, ¨â¤è¨Ó¨®³£-n°±¡A ¦ý¦b¦³¤À¹j®qªº¹ï-±¨®

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®É¡Apull over to the right of the road and stop(¥ß¨è¸ôÃä°±¨®)

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              (safety chair)ªº³W©wA¨Ò¦pCalifornia State ³W©w

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¡´Projections(¬ð¥Xª« Towing(©ì¨®) :
(1) You need special equipment if something in your vehicle overhangs
                                     ¡A-n¦³ªF¦èĵ¥Ü
the rear by more than 5 feet¡C¬ð¥X¤-§`
(2) During the day, the end of the projection must have a red flag or cloth
that is at least 16 inch square¡Cĵ¥Üª«¥Î¬õ¦âºX©Î¦çª«
(3) When you are towing another vehicle, the towline must keep the
                                                              1
vehicles within 15 feet of each other¡C©ì¨®»P³Q©ìªº¨®-n¦b«O«ù¦b5

¤Ø¶ZÂ÷¥H¤º

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¡´Parking on Hills(©Y¹D°±¨® : Turn wheels in the proper direction,

                                                   ¡A¦³Æ^Ãä¥Û¡AµL
down hill, up hill, with curb, without curb, ¤W©Y¤U©Y
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Æ^Ãä¥Û   ¡Aª¬ªp¤£¦P   ¡A½ü-L¤è¦V¤£¦P     ¡A¥Øªº¨¾¤î¸U¤@¨®¤l·Æ°Ê   ¡C

¡´±`¨£ªº¹H³W»P»@«h       :

(1)Littering (»s³yż¶Ã ) $1,000.00 ©Î 1 year in jail

                )
(2)Speeding (¶W³t -«»@

(3)Fail to STOP for School Bus (¹J¨ì®Õ¨®¨S°±) -«»@

(4)STOP sign violation (STOP sign ¨S°±) -«»@

(5)YIELD sign violation (¸ÓÅý¨SÅý)

(6)Driving without Lights (¸Ó¶}¨®¿O¨S¶})

                                            )
(7)Fail to obey “NO LEFT TURN” Sign (¹H³W¥ªÂà

(8)Violation of Drivers License Code Restriction (¨S¦³¿í¦u¾r·Ó¤W³W

©w¤§¨Æ¡A¨Ò¦p-n±a¦³«×¼ÆÁB¥¿¤§²´ÃèCorrective Lenses)

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(9)NO Valid M.V.I. Sticker (¹L´Á¨Sµù¥U

                                       ¡A§AªºÅv§Q:
¡´Your Rights as A Defendant (³Q¶}»@³æ®É        )
(1) You have the right to be represented by an attorney at law. You have
the right to plead NOT GUILTY and have your case tried. You have the
right to a trial by jury. You have the right to be confronted by the
witnesses against you and the right to cross-examine those witnesses.§A

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            ¡A§A¥i¥H¤£»{¸o A¦Ó-n¨D¤Wªk®x²z½×

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(2) If you wish to plead NOT GUILTY, you must appear for trial on the
date and time shown on your citation. If your case is tried before the
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Judge or a Jury and a GUILTY verdict is entered, the fine may be set at
                                         (¹H¥Ç¥æ³qªk³W
any amount up to $xxx.00. ¦pªG§A¤£©Ó»{¹Hªk           )¡A§A

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(3) If you wish to plead GUILTY and pay a fine prior to the Court setting
see the instructions on the back of the citation. ¦p»{¸o¡Aú»@´Ú¤F¨Æ

               ¡
¡´·N¥~¨Æ¬Gµo¥Í®ÉA³B²z¤Î³ø§i¬ÛÃö¬F©²³¡ªùªº³W©w:
(1)Exchange information with everyone involved : name, address, drivers
license number, vehicle license plate number, insurance company name
and policy number. »P·N¥~©Ò¦³¬ÛÃö¤§¤H¥æ´«¸Ô²Ó-Ó¤H¸ê®Æ
(2)If you were the driver or owner of a motor vehicle involved in an
accident which result in property damage in excess of $500.00, bodily
injury or death regardless of who was at fault, you must report the
accident and provide evidence of financial responsibility to the DMV¡C

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the lease. If a lease includes the purchase option, the lessor must disclose
what the Purchase Price (Residual Value) will be before the lease is
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signed. ªø´Á¯²¨®»P¶R¨®°ò¥»ªº¤£¦PÂI¦b©ó¡Aªø´Á¯²¬ù¨ì´Á®É¡A¥i

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materials or workmanship of all parts and components of each new
Nissan vehicle supplied by Nissan.
(3) The Powertrain coverage period is 60 months or 60,000 miles,
whichever comes first.
¡´Mentainance and Records : As a condition of this warranty, you are
responsible for properly using, maintaining and caring for your vehicle as
outlined in your OWNER'S MANUAL, and maintaining copies of all
maintenance records & receipts for review by Nissan. Failure to do so is
likely to result in the denial of warranty. Evidence of the performance of
the required maintenance should be kept and presented as proof of such
maintenance in connection with related warranty repairs.-n¨Ï±o«OÃÒ¦³

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¡´   What is not covered ¥H¤Uª¬ªpwarranty ¤£¥]¬A :
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(10)Maintenance service expense : Does not cover normal maintenance
services engine tune-up; cleaning and polishing; wheel alignment;
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upset will be waived. ¦pªGú¥I CDW¡A§K-t¨®½ø·l¥¢¤§³d¥ô

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following purposes or under the following conditions. Any such use is
                                    ¡A¯²¨®¤½¥q¤£¦P·N¨Ï¥Î
without lessor‘s permission. ¤U¦Cª¬ªp

(1) to carry persons or property for hire (¨ü¶±¥Î¸ü«È)

(2) to propel or tow any vehicle, trailer or other object (©ìªF¦è)
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(3) in any race, test or contest (Áɨ®)

(4) for any illegal purpose (¹Hªk)

(5) to instruct an unlicensed person operating the Vehicle (±Ð¾Ç)

(6) if Vehicle is obtained from Lessor by fraud or misrepresentation (¯²

¨®®É´£¨Ñ¤£¹ê¸ê®Æ)

(7) to carry persons other than in the passenger compartment Vehicle (©Ò

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(8) loading Vehicle beyond its rated capacity (¶W¸ü

¡´Vehicle shall NOT be operated by any person except Customer and
the following Authorized Operators who must be validly licensed to
drive and have Customer‘s prior permission : persons 21 or over who
are members of Customer’s immediate family and permanently reside in
Customer‘s household, the employer, partner, executive officer, or a
regular employee of Customer, additional authorized operator(s)
                                                        ¡B-û
approved by Lessor in writing. °ò¥»ªº±ÂÅv¾r¾p¦³®a¤H¡B¶±¥D

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¥i¯à³£¤£¦bµ¹¥I½d³ò¤§¤º (½Ð¸Ô¾\¯²¨®«´¬ù¬ÛÃö±ø¤å )

¡´Parking and Traffic Violations : Customer shall pay all parking and
traffic violation fines and penalties and agrees to pay, indemnify and hold
Lessor harmless in the event Lessor pays such fines and penalties on
behalf of Customer and to reimburse Lessor for all its collection and
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other expenses relating to same. ¹H³W»@³æ¥Ñ¾r¾p¤H-t³d
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                     )¡A¬ü°ê¬OÁp¨¹Åé¨î A¦U¦{¬F©²¦³¦U¦Û³W
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(1) A Liability insurance policy ;
(2) A deposit of $35,000 with DMV;
(3) A surety bond for $35,000 ;
(4) DMV approved self-insurance¡C

¡´¦ýµ´¤j¦h¼Æ Drivers/Owners ¿ï¾Ü§ä«OÀI¤½¥q©Ó«O¡A³q±`ªk«ß³W

©w Your liability policy must provide bodily injury and property

                    ¡C
damage¡A§Y²Ä¤T¤H³d¥ôÀI

¡´The Assigned Risk Plan : If no insurance company will sell liability
insurance to a driver, then the state insurance commissioner will assign
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this driver to an insurance company who must then sell him a policy¡C°w

                                    ¡A¬F©²·|«ü©w¤@®a«O
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(3) Medical Payments Coverage
(4) Personal Injury Protection Coverage
(5) Uninsured/Underinsured Motorists Coverage
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¬° Bodily Injury (¤H¨-¶Ë®`)¤Î Property Damage (°]ª«·lÃa ) :

(1) Bodily Injury Liability (¤H¨-¶Ë®`³d¥ô) : Pays for bodily injury and

death to others when you are at fault in an accident¡C
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(2) Property Damage Liability (°]ª«·lÃa³d¥ô ) : Pays if your vehicle

causes damage to another person‘s property¡C

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¡´Coverage for Damage to Your Vehicle ¡A§Y«O¦Û¤vªº·l¥¢

«ß¨Ã¤£±j¨î-n§ë«O¡A¦A²Ó¤À¬°:

(1) Collision (¸I¼² ) : Pays when your vehicle is damaged by colliding
with another vehicle or object. This coverage is subject to deductibles
and coverage limits. ¦]¸I¼²¦Ó²£¥Í¨®½ø¤§·lÃa ¡A²z½ßª÷ÃB¨Ì¾Ú¦Û¦æ

-t¾á³¡¥÷¤Î--ÃB¤§¤£¦P¦Ó¤£¦P

(2) Comprehensive (ºî¦X·l¥¢ÀI ) : Pays damages if your vehicle is
stolen or accidentally damaged by such things as fire, broken glass,
falling objects or contact with an animal. This coverage is subject to
deductible and coverage limits. ¥]§t theft(¥¢ÅÑ)¡Afire(¤õ¨a)¡Abroken

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glass(¬Á¼þ¯}¸H earthquake(¦a¾_)¡Afalling objects(³Q¥ô¦ó¸¨¤Uª«¥´

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¡´   Uninsured/Underinsured Mortorists Coverage (µL«OÀI¾r¾p¤H©Î«O

ÀI¤£¨¬¾r¾p¤H ) : This coverage protects you, if injured by an uninsured

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¥~¨Æ¬G«á°e-×´Á¶¡ªº¯²¨®¶O¥Î

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of America, Canada¡A¦ý¤£¥]§t Mexico¡C

(2)©Ò¿× Good Driver (Àu¨}¾r¾p ) : a person licensed to drive for the
previous 3 years who has not had more than one violation point charged
against his or her license, or had been principally at fault for an accident
                                                        ¡
resulting in bodily injury or death. ¦n¾r¾p¦b«OÀI¤Wªº©w¸qA¦U«OÀI
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               (3)Out-of-state Coverage (¥ ~ ¦ { « O À I ² [ » \ ½ d ³ ò
               which this policy applies occurs in any state or province other than the
               one in which your covered auto is principally garaged, we will interpretG
                                                           If the state or province has ¡
                                                         ¡ G
               your policy for that accidentor similar law specifying limits of liability for
               (a) A financial responsibility as follows
               bodily injury or property damage higher than the limit shown in the
               Declarations, your policy will provide the higher specified limit; (b) A
               compulsory insurance or similar law requiring a nonresident to maintain
               insurance whenever the nonresident uses a vehicle in that or province,
               your policy will provide at least the required minimum amounts and types
               of coverage; (c) No one will be entitled to duplicate payments for the
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¡´Steps of handling an accident ·í³õªº³B²z :

(1) STOP and render aid °±¤U¨Óµ¹¤©À°§U--- Stop profuse bleeding if
possible. Avoid moving an injured person – it may seriously complicate
the injury. Call doctor or ambulance.¦pªG¥i¯àªº¸Ü¡A¥ý¤î¦íÄY-«¥X¦å

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(2) Notify the police ³qª¾Äµ¤è

(3) Gather the facts »`¶°¸ê®Æ --- Write down the names, addresses
and phone number of all people who were involved in and witnessed the
                                          ; Get
accident ¼g¤U¬ÛÃö¤H¤ÎÃÒ¤Hªº©m¦W¦í§}¹q¸Ü¸¹½Xµ¥ the license
numbers, insurance companies and policy numbers of all other drivers
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involved in the accident ¼g¤U§O¤H¨®µP¸¹½X

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(4)Be careful what you say ¤p¤ß»¡¸Ü --- Don’t admit responsibility.

Investigation may show you were not responsible ¤£-n©Ó»{³d¥ô¡A½Õ

¬dµ²ªG¥i¯àÅã¥Ü¤£¬O§Aªº³d¥ô

(5)Report to proper authoroties ¦V¾A·íªº¬F©²³¡ªù³ø§i --- ½Ð°Ñ¦Ò

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(1) Do not admit fault ¤£¥²©Ó»{¿ù»~
(2) Do not discuss the accident with anyone except the police or
Progressive °£¤Fĵ¤è¡A¤£-n»P¤H°Q½×

(3) Do not disclose the limits of your insurance policy ¤£-nÅý§O¤H¬Ý

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     General Duties after an accident or loss (·N¥~¨Æ¬Gªº¤@¯ë³d¥ô We
must be notified promptly of how, when and where the accident or loss
happened. Notice should also include the names and addresses of any
injured persons and of any witnesses. If we show that your failure to
provide notice prejudices our defense, there is no liability coverage under
                                         ¡A¦]§Aªº
the policy¡C-n§iª¾«OÀI¤½¥q»P·N¥~¬ÛÃöªº¸ê®Æ      ¡u¥¼³qª¾¡v

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¡´A person seeking any coverage must(-n¨D«OÀI¤½¥q²z½ßªºµ{§Ç)¡G
(1) Cooperate with us in the investigation, settlement or defense of any
                              ;
claim or suit ¦X§@½Õ¬d¤Î¹ï§Ü¶D³^
(2) Promptly send us copies of any notices or legal papers received in
connection with the accident or loss ¥ß¨è±H°e¬ÛÃö¸ê®Æ;
(3) Submit, as often as we reasonably require, to physical exams by
physicians we select, We will pay for these exams ±µ¨üÂå¥ÍÀˬd;
(4) Authorize us to obtain Medical Reports and other pertinent records ;
(5) Submit a proof of loss when required by us.
¡´Additional Duties for Uninsured/Underinsured Motorists Coverage :
(1) Promptly notify the police if a hit and run driver is involved ;
(2) Promptly send us copies of the legal papers if a suit is brought;
(3) Take reasonable steps after loss, at our expense, to protect damaged
property from further loss;and
(4) Permit us to inspect and appraise the damaged property before its
repair or disposal.
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¡´   Additional Duties for Coverage for Damage to Your Auto (-n¨D¦Û¤v

¨®·l²z½ß¶µ¥Øªº³d¥ô ) :
(1) Take reasonable steps after loss to protect your covered auto and its
equipment from further loss. We will pay reasonable expenses incurred
to do this;
(2) Promptly notify the police if your covered auto is stolen; and
(3) Permit us to inspect and appraise the damaged property before its
repair or disposal¡C

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Exhaust system      Muffler(®ø-µ¾¹), Tail pipe(±Æ®ðºÞ),
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Cooling system      Radiator(§N«o¤ô½c), Recovery tank(Àx¤ô¼Ñ),
§N«o¨t²Î            Coolant(§N«o¾¯)

Electrical system   Alternator(µo¹q°¨¹F), Starter(±Ò°Ê¾¹),
¹q¸ô                Fan belt(-·®°¥Ö±a)

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System                                  ),
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                    Clutch(Â÷¦X¾¹)

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(Positive Crankcase PCV filter
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Trunk ¦æ§õ½c                         AM/FM Cassette Stereo ¦¬-µ¾÷

Rearview mirror «áµøÃè               Power Windows ¹q°Êµ¡

Sideview mirror °¼µøÃè               Power Locks ¹q°ÊÂê

Bumper «OÀI±ì                        Child-Safety Locks ¨àµ£¦w¥þÂê

Dashboard »öªíªO                     Air Bags ¦w¥þ®ðÅn
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Chassis ¨®©³½L                    Tilt Steering ¥i½Õ¦¡¤è¦V½L

Body ¨®¨-                         Privacy Glass ¾¥¦â¾B¥ú«áµ¡

Wiper/Washer «áµ¡¨í¤ô²M¬~¾¹       All-Season Tires ¥|©u¨®-L

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Rear Window «áµ¡                  Head lights «e¨®¿O

Blinker ¤è¦V«ü¥Ü¾¹                Stick shift ±ÆÀɱì

Parking Brake °±¨®«b¨®            Hood ¤ÞÀº»\

Sunroof ¤Ñµ¡

3.0-Liter V6 Engine 3.0 ¤½¤É¬û¤ÞÀº

Automatic Transmission ¦Û°Ê±ÆÀÉ

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Seating for Eight Passengers ¤K¤HªÅ¶¡

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4-Wheel Disc Brakes ¥|½ü½L¦¡«b¨®

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Remote Keyless Entry System »»±±¥X¤J¨t²Î

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Brake «b¨®                           Alternator µo¹q¾÷

Cylinder ®ð¬û                        Fan belts -·®°¥Ö±a

Engine ¤ÞÀº                          Starter ±Ò°Ê¾¹

Spark plug ¤õ¬P¶ë                    Air filter ªÅ®ðÂo²M¾¹

Hose clamp ºÞ®ê                      Brake pads «b¨®¤ù

Oil filter ¾÷ªoÂo²M¾¹                Radiator §N«o-·®°»P¤ô½c

Coil ½u°é                            Carburetor ¤Æªo¾¹

Fly wheel -¸½ü                       Shock absorber Á×¾_¾¹

Spare Tire ³Æ-L                      Clutch Â÷¦X¾¹

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                   ¡A
(2) Belt ¬O¤¤¶¡§¨¼h Belt make tread rolling straight over the road

                                Belt
surface without lateral motion¡A ¨Ï½ü-L¥-©Z±µÄ²¸ô-±¤]¦³¸ûªøªº

        ¡A
½ü-L¹Ø©R Belts §Î¦¡¦³ Bias-ply »P Radial-ply ¨âºØ¡ABelts §÷®Æ¦³

Steel »P Fiberglass ¨âºØ
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                    ¡A·¾´ëª¬½ü-L¥~³¡Treads are designed to help
(3) Treads ¬O½ü-L¸ô-y

tires grip(§ìºò) the road

¡´¨T¨®½ü-L³W®æ:
Traction(the ability to stop on wet)
Temperature(the ability to dissipate heat)
36 month/50,000 mile limited warranty
P185/75R14       P185 ¥Nªí¼e«×width

                 75 ¥Nªí°¾¥-²vaspect ratio, height/width

                 R ¥NªíBias-ply

                 B ¥Nªí Belted Bias-ply

                 D ¥NªíDiagonal Bias-ply

                 14 ¥Nªí¤º®| Wheel Diameter

¡´½ü-LÀˬdPSI=Pounds per Square Inch :

(1) Underinflation (¥R®ð¤£¨¬): greater tread wear on the inside and
outside edges, because the center portion contact the road with less
force ½ü-L¤º¥~³y¦¨°¼·|¦³¸û¦h¿i·l ;

                          ):
(2) Overinflation (¥R®ð¹L¦h greater tread wear on the center portion ³y

¦¨½ü-L¤¤¶¡¿i·l¸û¦h ;
(3) Check tire pressure weekly, Check tread depth monthly;
(4) Tread depth indicators : Replace the tire when these tread wear
indicators become exposed in two adjacent grooves on the tire);
(5) The pressure in a correctly-inflated tire rises as the vehicle is driven;
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(6) Improper Wheel Alignment : Uneven tread wear feathered edges on
tread ridges scuffed wear patterns ·|³y¦¨½ü-L¤£§¡¿Åªº¿i·l

¡´½ü-LºØÃþ

                                                              )
(1) Conventional tires : has narrow water drainage grooves(¥W¼Ñ to
provide a larger road contact area, improving traction on dry road.
(2) All-season tires (¥|©u³q¥Î ) : a radial design between conventional
and snow tread, useful on dry road and light snow.
(3) Mud and snow tires (Àã¦a¥Î) : has big ribs that reduce contact area
on dry roads but give a good grip on loose surface
(4) Studded(¹Ï°v¦¡) tires : snow tread is embedded with tiny metal
studs for better traction on ice and hard-packed snow. Studs are illegal in
many areas because they damage dry road.³·¦a¥Î¡A¦ý¦³¨Ç¦a¤èªk«ß

¤£·Ç

(5)Snow chains(³·Áå) : provide the best traction on snow and ice, but
they cannot be driven at high speed on dry roads without noise, vibration,
and tire damage.



                              °e¼tÀË-׶·ª¾


¡´You are entitled to a written price estimat for the repairse you have
authorized before the work is performed, only if you deal face-to-face
with the facility and the work is expected to cost more than $100. Once
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you receive an estimate, the facility may not charge you more than 10%
above the estimated costs without your prior approval. ¦pªG§A¬O-±¹ï

-±ªº°e-רT¨®¡A¥i-n¨D¦ô»ù                       10%¡A-×
                        ¡A¦pªG-ײz»ù®æ¶W¹L¦ô»ùªº

¨®¼t¶·-n¥ý±o¨ì§Aªº¦P·N

¡´Invoice must include a description of the services performed and a list
of all parts, and whether the parts were new, rebuilt, used or after-market
parts. ¦¬¾Ú-n¦C©ú©Ò-׶µ¥Ø¤Î¹s¥ó¡A¤Î¹s¥óªº·sÂÂ

¡´There is no such thing as a “standard warranty” on repairs. Warrantie

                                                     ¡A«OÃÒ³£¬O¦³
are usually subject to limitations. ¨S¦³©Ò¿×ªº¼Ð·Ç«OÃÒ

--¨î»¡©úªº

¡´Á`¤§ ¡A°e¨®¨ì¨®¼t-ײz¦³¥|¶µ-nÂI           :
(1)If the repairs cost more than $100, you are entitled to a written
estimate unless waived or absent face-to-face contact. ¦pªG-ר®¶O¥Î

                       ³
¹L°ª¡A³Ì¦n-±¹ï-±-n¨D¦ô»ù æ
(2)You have the right to ask for the damaged parts to be shown or
returned to you before the work is done. §ó´«¤§¹s¥ó¥i-n¨D°hÁÙ
(3)The facility must notify you and receive your oral or written approval
to do any work which exceed the estimated cost more than 10% . ¦pªG

         10%¡A¨®¼t¤@©w-n±o¨ì§Aªº¤fÀY©Î®Ñ-±¦P·N
¶W¹L-ì¦ô»ù

(4)The facility can hold the car until the bill is paid. -ר®¼t¦³Åv¦©¯d¨T

¨®¡A°£«D-ר®¶O¥Î¥I²M
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                                ¬G»Ù°ÝÃDªº´y-z



¡´¥»¸`-n¤¶²Ð¦p¦ó¥Î-^¤å´y-z¨T¨®°ÝÃD©Ò¦b¡H¦]¬°¦b¬ü°ê¨T¨®°e

-× ¡A¨Ï¥Î¤ñ¸û¥¿½Tªº-^¤å¦Wµü             ¡A¥i¥HÅý      Mechanics (¦³°õ·Ó¨T¨®-×

                            ¡C¦]¬°¨T¨®°ÝÃD¤j¦h¬é·|µo¥Í¦b
²z§Þ®v)¤ñ¸ûÁA¸Ñ§A©Ò¾D¹Jªº°ÝÃD

             ¡A¨T¨®¾r¾p¤H¥H¦Û¤wªºÅ¥Ä±
¨T¨®¶]¦b¸ô¤W®É                     (hearing)¡B¶åı

(smelling)¡Bµøı(sight)¡A¤Î·Pı                    ¡A¨ì¤F-ר®¼t
                               (feeling)ÁA¸Ñ¨T¨®ª¬ªp

¥²¶·´y-z´¿¸gµo¥Íªºª¬ªp¡C

¡´¥Í¯f¥h¬ÝÂå¥Í®É ¡A¥¿½T´y-z¯f±¡¡A¤£¥~¥G¨-Åé¤W¨º-Ó³¡¦ì¡Hµo

                                         ¡A±N¨T¨®°e¨ì-×
¥Í¤°»ò¼Ëªºª¬ªp¡H¦b¤°»ò¼Ëªº±¡§Î¤Uµo¥Í¡H¦P²z

¨®¼t ¡A§A-n§i¶D§Þ®v¨T¨®¨º-Ó³¡¦ì¡Hµo¥Í¤°»ò¼Ëªºª¬ªp¡H¦b¤°»ò

¼Ëªº±¡§Î¤Uµo¥Í¡H

¡´¨T¨®¨º-Ó³¡¦ì¡H

Front «e-±                                       Left ¥ªÃä

Rear «á-±                                        Under Hood ¤ÞÀº»\¤U

Right ¥kÃä                                       Under Car ¨T¨®©³³¡

¡´µo¥Í¤°»ò¼Ëª¬ªp¡H

Noise Án-µ                                       Performance ¥\¯à
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Odor ®ð¨ý                             Handling ¾r¾p·Pı

Visual ¬Ý¨ìªº²{¶H

¡´ ¦b¤°»ò¼Ë±¡§Î¤Uµo¥Í¡H

Car is moving ¨®¦b¦æ¶i¤¤              Idling ªÅÂà®É

Braking «b¨®®É                        Always ¤@ª½¦p¦¹

Accelerating ¥[³t®É                   Comes and goes µo¥Í«á¤£¨£¤F

Being started ±Ò°Ê®É

¡´®e©ö©¿²¤ªº¤p°ÝÃD ¡A¦ý¥i¯à·|Åܦ¨¤j°ÝÃD :
(1) A belt slipping on a pulley can reduces the efficiency of the
components it drivers ·Æ½ü¤Wªº¥Ö±aÃP°Ê·|-°§C¤@¨Ç²Õ¥óªº¥\¯à
(2) Underside of the belt may be cracked, glazed, oil soaking, improper
intension. A worn , defective or incorrectly tensioned belt can lead to a
charging system failure. ¯}µõ¡AÃP°Êªº¥Ö±a·|¨Ï¥R¹qµo¥Í°ÝÃDGlazed

belts often make a squealing(ªø¦yÁn) sound;

(5) Coolant hose may be leaking, brittle(¸Hªº), spongy(¹³®üºøªº),

racked, bulged(¿±µÈ); High pressure can cause a hose to blow out and

drain the cooling system. °ªÀ£·|¨ÏºÞ¤lÃzµõ ¡A¦Ó¨Ï§N«o¤ôº|¥¢

                 Noise Signals ¾¸-µ
¡´´y-z¨T¨®°ÝÃD¤§¤@

Boom ¶©¶©Án¦p¥´¹p                                        )
                                      Rattle ¹Ç¹ÇÁn(ÂQ§À³D

Click ¥d·fÁn                          Rumble ¶©¶©Án

Grind ½V¿iÁn                          Spit ¤U«BÁn
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Growl §qÁn                           Squeal ¦y¾UÁn

Hiss ¼R¼RÁn                          Whine ¹qÆpÁn¡A°A¤lÁn

Knock ºV¥´Án                         Whistle ¤f-ï¨T²ÃÁn

Roar §qÁn


¡´´y-z¨T¨®°ÝÃD¤§¤GOdor Signals ®ð¨ý

                                     )
(1)Antifreeze/Coolant (¨¾-ᾯ©Î§N«o¾¯ : Steam odor »]®ðªº¨ý¹D;

                                                )
(2)Overheated brakes or clutch(¹L¼öªº«b¨®¤ÎÂ÷¦X¾¹ : Metallic odor

                                               ;
ª÷Äݨý; (3)Emissions(±Æ®ð) : Sulfur odor ²¸ÁD¨ý (4)Burning Oil(¿U¿N

ªº¾÷ªo) : Heavy and thick odor ®ð¨ý«Ü-«; (5)Electrical Short(¹q¸ôµu

¸ô) : Acrid odor »Ä¨ý; (6)Leaking Gasoline(º|ªo ) : Gas ¨Tªo¨ý;

¡´´y-z¨T¨®°ÝÃD¤§¤TVisual Signals ©Ò¨£

(1)Axle leaks and black smoke(½ü¶bº|ªo ) : Stains are black in color and

                  ;
heavy thick ¶Â¦Ó¿@ (2)Coolant leaks(§N«o¾¯º|) : Stains are lighter and

                                                             ;
thinner, with yellow, green or pinkish color ²H»´¶Àºñ©Î¯»¬õ¦â (3)

                                                      )
Crankcase or power steering oil stains(°Ê¤O¤è¦V½Lªoªo¦Ã : brownish

color ½Å¦â; (4)Transmission oil stains(¶Ç°Ê¶bªo¦Ã) : reddish color ¬õ

¦âªo¦Ã; (5)Unusual gage reading(¤£¥¿±`»öªíÅã¥Ü ) : Needle moves

                                                   ; (6)Warning
outside of normal range on panel -±ªO«ü°w¶W¥X¥¿±`½d³ò

             )
lights(ĵ¥Ü¿O : glow steadily or flicker “on” or “off” on panel °{«G;

(7)Water leaks and white smoke(º|¤ô ) : billowy, bluish tinge ¥Õ¦â·Ï¡A
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®öª¬«C¦âªº

¡´´y-z¨T¨®°ÝÃD¤§¥|     Performance Signals ¥\¯à²§ ª¬

(1)Cuts out(°±¤î) : temporary complete loss of power and engine quits

(°±¤î)at sharp irregular intervals; (2)Detonation(Ãzµõ) : Engine makes

                                 )
sharp, metallic knocks(ª÷ÄݺVÀ»Án that change with throttle(®ð»Ö)
opening, and sounds like popcorn popping; (3)Dieseling : Engine runs
                                              ¡ ¤ÞÀºÁÙ°Ê; (4)Hesitate(µS
after ignition switch is turned off Æ_°ÍÃö±¼«áA

¿Ý) : Momentary lack of response as accelerator is pressed; (5)Miss(®ø

¥¢) : Pulsation (®¶°Ê)or jerking(©âÝz) that changes with engine speed;

                                  :
(6)Rough idle( ¤ £ ³ W « h ª Å )Â à Engine runs unevenly at idle;

                )
(7)Sluggish(¿ð½w : Won‘t accelerate as fast as normal, Loses too much

                                  ;
speed going up hills ¤W©Y®É³t«×´î½w(8)Spongy(®üºø§l¦¬©Ê ) : Little
or no increase in speed when accelerator pushed down a little,
Continuing to push pedal down will finally give an increase in speed;
(9)Stall(³´¤J¶i°h¨âÃø ¡A¥¢³t) : Engine stops running or idles out. May

occur at idle or while driving; (10)Surge(¹q¬yÁئܦӼɽÄ) : Vehicle
speeds up and slows down with no change on accelerator pedal, Can
occur at any speed¡C

¡´´y-z¨T¨®°ÝÃD¤§¤-Handling Signals ¾Þ§@

(1)Brakes fade(«b¨®³vº¥®ø¥¢) : Stopping action seems to decrease,
causing longer braking distance; (2)Excessive Play : Steering Wheel
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      )
(¤è¦V½L must be turned unusually far before Vehicle responds; (3)Hard

                    )
Steering(¤è¦V½LÃø±±¨î : Vehicle unusually difficult to steer, especially
during parking; (4)Low brake pedal : Brake pedal must be pushed
unusually far to engage brakes; (5)Pulls(Â\Àú ) : Vehicle tends to move to
one side, either right or left, when steering wheel is momentarily released;
(6)Shimmy(Ÿ§Ý) : Rapid side-to-side motion of both front wheels felt is

                                          )
steering wheel; (7)Sway/Pitching(·n®Ì/ÄAð : Vehicle takes unusual

length of time to recover from bumps in the rood; (7)Vibration(¾_°Ê) :

Vehicle shakes; (8)Wanders(Ås¦±ªº¨«) : Vehicle tends to meander,
requiring frequent steering corrections to maintain direction.



                                «O¾i±`ÃÑ


¡´²K¥[ª«

Gas                       ¨Tªo¡A-^°ê¥s Petroleum

Oil                       Engine oil(¾÷ªo)¡A¼í·Æ¤ÞÀº¤º³¡¥Î

Break fluid               «b¨®ªo

Power steering fluid      °Ê¤O¤è¦V½Lªo

Transmission fluid        ¶Ç°Ê¶bªo

Gas Treatment             °t¦X¥[¤J¨Tªo¤¤ ¡A¼W¥[®ÄªG

Oil Treatment             °t¦X¥[¤J¾÷ªo¤¤ ¡A¼W¥[®ÄªG
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Anti-freeze                       ¡
                         ´H§N®ð-糖 A¨¾¤î¤ô½cµ²¦B¥Î

Coolant                  ÄY¼ö®ð-糖     ¤ô½c·Å«×¥Î
                                   ¡A-°§C

Carburetor choke         ¤Æªo¾¹²M¼ä¾¯
cleaner

                                      )
¡´SAE number: ¥Nªí¾÷ªoªºviscosity(ÂH«× :
(1) SAE stands for Society of American Engineers. The thinner an oil,
the lower SAE number;
(2) SAE5W and SAE10W are light enough to flow well at winter
temperatures;
(3) SAE30W, SAE40W, and SAE50W are heavy enough to provide a
protective film(Á¡½¤) at progressively higher operating temperatures;

                                                              )
(4) SAE20W is an intermediate weight good for temperate (·Å©Mªº
climates.
¡´API stands for American Petroleum Institute, ªí¥Ü¾÷ªoªA°Èµ¥¯Å¡A

¨Ì§Ç¬° SA, SB, SC, SD, SE, SF

¡´«O¾i±`ÃÑ

(1) ©w´Á«O¾i : Oil & filter change(§ó´«¾÷ªo)¡A Wheel balance(½ü-L

¥-¿Å), Set timing, Replace Spark plugs(§ó´«¤õ¬P¶ë), Carburetor and

idle speed adjust(¤Æªo¾¹¤ÎªÅÂà®Õ¥¿)¡A Tire rotation & Balance(½ü-L

½Õ´«); Alignment : Front wheels or four wheels(«e½ü©Î¥|½ü®Õ¥¿ )¡A

                              )¡A
Tune-up (½Õ¾ã¡A¥]¬A¤W-z¥þ³¡¶µ¥Ø
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(2) °¸µo©Ê : Radiator drain, flush, and refill coolant and antifreezer(§N

         ¡A²K¥[§N«o¾¯©Î¨¾-ᾯ
«o¤ô½c´«¤ô                 ); Transmission oil & filter

                  );                                  )
change(¶Ç°Ê¶bªoÀˬd Carburetor choke cleaner(¤Æªo¾¹²M¬~ :
Protect metal, Loosens rusted parts, Frees slicky mechanism, Stops
quakes(¨¾ù×)

(3) °ÝÃDµo¥Í®É : Air conditioning check(leaks, hoses, belts) (ªÅ½ÕÀË

¬d); Brake inspection (Install pads or lining, Resurface rotor or drums,

Repack wheel bearing)(«b¨®Àˬd); Clutch replacement(Â÷¦X¾¹§ó´«);

Shock Absorbers replacement(Á×¾_¾¹§ó´«); Flat tire change(Ãz-L§ó

´«)

¡´¨T¨®¤u¨ã

Tire gauges ¶q½ü-LÀ£¥Î               Battery cable ¹q²~¸õ±µ½u

Wrench set Á³±Û¹X¤Î´U¤u¨ã²Õ          Hose clamp ãT§X

Jack ¤dª÷³»                          Screw driver Á³µ·°_¤l

Dipstick ´ú¶q¾÷ªo¥Î

¡´´²¼ö¤ô½c¤ôªº²K¥[ :

                                Prevents free-up, boilover; Prevents
(1)Antifreezer / Coolant ªº§@¥Î¬O
rusts and corrosion; Protects aluminum, metal inside engine
                          ¡A¨BÆJ¦p¤U:
(2)¤@©w-n½T©w¤ô½c¤w§¹¥þ§N«o«á

Step 1. Drain ±N¤ôº|¥ú

Step 2. Flush ¥H²M¤ô²M¬~¤G¦¸
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Step 3. Fill ²K¥[ Antifreezer / Coolant

(3)Antifreezer/Coolant 50% + Water 50%¡A¾A¥Î®ð·Å-34F ~ +265F

(4)Antifreezer/Coolant 70% + Water 30%¡A¾A¥Î®ð·Å-84F ~ +274F



                   ¹q²~¸õ±µ¥R¹q Dead Battery Jump


¡´Use jumper cables to start a vehicle with a dead battery; You must take
proper precautions; Batteries give off explosive gases, particularly when
they have been discharged. Acid burns and serious eye injury can result
while using jumper cables. ¤p¤ß¹q²~·|ÄÀ¥X·|Ãz¬µªº®ðÅé

¡´Jump procedures ¥R¹q¨BÆJ :

(Step 1) ±N¹q²~¦nªº¨®¶}¾aªñ
Position a vehicle with a good battery so that the jumper cables can reach,
and make sure the 2 vehicles are not touching.¨â¨®¤£¥i±µÄ²

(Step 2) -n³Q¥R¹qªº¨®ªº°Ê§@

                          );
Set Parking Brakes(°±¨®«b¨® Place Automatic Transmissions in

                                         ¸ Place Manual Transmissions in
Park(¦ Û ± Æ ¨ ® ¥ ´ À É ¨ ì ° ± ¨ ® ¦ ì); m

                            );
Neutral(¤â±Æ¨®¥´ÀɨìªÅÀɦì¸m Turn the Heater Fans to “HIGH” to

eliminate a potential voltage surge(¥´¶}ªÅ½Õ-·®°ÄÀ©ñ³Ñ¾l¹q¬y )

(Step 3) ¥Î¥R¹qcable ³s±µ¨â¨®¤§¹q²~
Connect the jumper cable to the positive(+) terminal of the dead battery.
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Connect to the + terminal of the booster battery.
Connect to the negative(-) terminal of the booster battery.
Connect to the engine block, car frame of the discharged (dead) battery.
(Step 4) Start the vehicle with the booster battery and let idle µo°Ê¦³¹q

ªº¨T¨®¡A¨ÃÅý¨äªÅÂà
(Step 5) Start the engine of the vehicle with the discharged battery, and
                             ¡
let it idle.µo°Ê-n³Q¥R¹qªº¨T¨®A¨ÃÅý¨äªÅÂà
(Step 6) After the engine starts, remove jumper cables in the reverse
order which you attached them. ¤Ï¶¶§Ç©î±¼ jumper cable
(Step 7) Let the vehicle with the discharged battery idle for a few minutes,
or drive it several miles. Åý³Q¥R¹qªº¨®ªÅÂà¼Æ¤ÀÄÁ



                                ¬~¨®³æ¦r

Vinyl Treatment               ¡A
                     ¤Aµ}°ò³B²z guard against ozone(¯ä®ð),

                     oxygen(®ñ), ultraviolet rays(µµ¥~½u) that

                     encouarge cracking(µõ) fading(¿Æ), and peeling(-é

                     ¸¨)

Interior clean              ¡A
                     ¤º³¡²M²z deep clean carpet, upholstery clean
                     condition, and protect all interior surface
Exterior clean              ¡A
                     ¥~³¡²M²z Oxidation, Light scratch removal, Buff,
                     Polish, and Wax
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Sealing Wax            ¡A
                   «ÊÄú a kind of wax, soft if heated, used for sealing

Buff-N-Polish             ¡ clean, wax & seal
                   ²M¬~¥´Äú A

3 Part Foaming            ¡ Clear Coat Conditioner
                   ²M¬~¥´Äú A


¡´Basic Wash °ò¥»¬~¨®
Apply Paint Protection                  Wax application ¥´Äú
¶î¤W¨®º£«OÅ@¾¯                          Liquid Wax(by sprayed) ¤ôÄú
Rinse ²M¬~                              Application ¶î¼Å
Polish À¿«G,¿i¥ú                        Vinyl Treatment ¤A²m°ò³B²z
Tire & Wheel Cleaner ²M²z½ü-L           Spot Free Rinse ¦Ãº{²M¬~
Foam ªwªj                               Conditioner ½Õ¸`¾¯

¡´ Deluxe Wash »¨µØ¬~¨®

Spray Wax application ¼QÅxÄú            Three Part Foaming ¤T¬qªwªj

Foaming Sealer Wax ªwªj«ÊÄú             (Clear Coat Conditioner)

Tire Treatment with Protectants         Underbody Wash ©³³¡²M¬~

Buff-N-Polish À¿«G¤Î¿i¥ú                Liquid Sealer Wax ¤ô«ÊÄú

Underbody Flush ©³³¡¨R¬~                Vinyl and Rubber Treatment

Frothy Protectant ªwªjªº                Coat Protectant ¥~¼h«OÅ@

Interior Fragrance ¤º³¡ªâ-»             Interior Treatment ¤º³¡¾ã²z

				
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