Car Guide Info:

Car Guide Info:

Welcome to this car guide!

This car guide will show you the most suitable cars for teenagers to start buying or looking around for cars.

General information about the car guide: The car guide will help you to start looking or buying a car for your personal needs like: Getting from a place that you are at and to the place that you would like to go to.

General information about myself: My information is about a teenager at your age who starts to look for a car as well. But I will also like to help other teenagers to find the most Ideal car for them.

What the car guide will impact on the Target Audience: Most likely a show of all different cars that most be suitable for teenagers. Like a showground showing different cars that will have a decent price for a teenager and a good/well maintained car that has a good engine.

Once you have finished looking a the car guide you would most likely have a good idea for a car that you would like. For example, Volkswagen Golf is suited for a teenager.

license: A permit from an authority to own or use something, do a particular thing, or carry on a trade (especially an alcoholic drink).

License Plates: A sign fixed to a vehicle displaying its registration details a number plate. The plates are called the (P) plate (green), (P) plate (red), and (L) plate.

Provisional Licence (Green Ps) Details | Driving Test WA
P2 drivers must conspicuously display a green-on-white “Pplate” on the exterior of the vehicle at all times. P2 drivers must hold the licence for two years before progressing to the next stage. From 1 December 2016, P2 licence holders will no longer be permitted to use a mobile phone at all while driving or riding.
Provisional Licence (Red Ps) Details | Driving Test WA
Those on red Ps are subject to a P platers curfew – they not permitted to drive between midnight and 5.00am for the first six months that they hold a driver’s licence unless the driving is to or from a place of work or study.
L Plates. Learner Permit: This is obviously a plate that a person who is learning to drive displays on their vehicle. If you are learning to drive, you must display these clearly on your vehicle (front and back), except in the case of motorcycles which are only required to display them on the back.

Car Insurance: An arrangement by which a company or the state undertakes to provide a guarantee of compensation for specified loss, damage, illness, or death in return for payment of a specified premium. Insurance is a contract, represented by a policy, in which an individual or entity receives financial protection or reimbursement against losses from an insurance company. The company pools clients’ risks to make payments more affordable for the insured.

Can I change my car insurance to another car?

First aid kit information:

How to use the first aid kit:

The various gauzes, dressings and bandages found in a first aid kit have different uses. Some of these include:

  • Adhesive strip dressings – small strips of gauze attached to a sticky backing. These dressings are used for minor cuts and skin injuries. In Australia, they are commonly called bandaids. It is important to be aware that some people are allergic to bandaids.
  • Non-adhesive dressings – best used for covering burnt or abraded (scraped or grazed) skin. Never use adhesive dressings on burnt or abraded skin.
  • Wound dressings – these thick pads are used to help control bleeding and reduce the risk of infection. Different sizes are needed for different-sized wounds.
  • Crepe or conforming bandages – these elastic bandages are used to create pressure, hold dressings in place, reduce swelling, and provide some support.
  • Triangular bandages – these non-elastic bandages are used for slings, to hold splints in place and to restrict movement.
  • Sterile eyewash solution – used to flush eyelashes, insects, dust, sand or similar particles from the eye. Never attempt to remove an object that is embedded in or has penetrated an eye – in such an instance, seek urgent medical attention.

Contents of a basic first aid kit:

First aid kit contents vary according to their particular use. For example, a first aid kit for a farm will contain a few different items to a first aid kit for a city-dwelling family.

A basic first aid kit should contain:

  • Triangular bandages
  • Crepe (‘conforming’ or elastic) bandages of varying widths
  • Non-adhesive (non-stick) dressings of varying sizes
  • Disposable gloves (medium and large), preferably made of non-latex material
  • Thermal blanket
  • Notepad and pencil
  • Plastic bags of varying sizes
  • Adhesive tape (2.5 cm wide – preferably a permeable tape such as Micropore)
  • Resuscitation mask or face shield.

Other equipment can include:

  • Medium combine dressing pads (9 x 20 cm)
  • Large combine dressing pads (20 x 20 cm)
  • Adhesive dressing strips (bandaids)
  • Medium gauze dressing (7.5 x 7.5 cm)
  • Four sterile tubes of saline solution (minimum 10 ml)
  • One pair of scissors
  • One pair of tweezers
  • First aid booklet.
First Aid Kits Australia | Emergency & Survival Kits For Sale - St John WA

Got into a crash:

If you have gotten yourself into a car crash and you awake, you should call 000 for Australia or call 911 for America. After you have called, you need to find a way out if you can move. If you have passengers in the car first you call, then you get them out if you can. Then you use the first aid kit to help the passenger/s if they are injured. If your accident is much worse like the car is leaking gas/fuel you need to get out of the car and if you have passengers get them out as fast as possible even if they alive or not because you don’t know if they are dead or alive. Then you get the passengers for away as possible away from the crash. Next, you need to get the first aid kit if there is time before the car explodes or catch on fire on you. Then you run away from the crash then once you are with the passengers you will need to dial 000 for Australia or 911 for America.

The passengers: Adults, children, babies, pets, friends, family members, elderly.

What to do in a crash - Car crashes - Your driving skills - GEARED