1. Check the tires: Look at the tires to make sure they are properly inflated and that there are no signs of damage or excessive wear.

  2. Check the lights: Turn on the headlights, brake lights, and turn signals to make sure they are all functioning properly.

  3. Check the mirrors: Adjust the mirrors to ensure that you have a clear view of the road and the vehicles around you.

  4. Check the seat belts: Ensure that all seat belts are in good working condition and that they buckle and release properly.

  5. Check the brakes: Test the brakes before you start driving to make sure they are working correctly.

  6. Check the windshield wipers: Test the windshield wipers to make sure they are in good working condition and that they effectively clear water from the windshield.

  7. Check the horn: Test the horn to ensure it is functioning properly.

  8. Check the dashboard warning lights: Make sure that none of the dashboard warning lights are illuminated, as this could indicate a problem with the vehicle.

  9. Check the gas gauge: Make sure you have enough gas in the tank for your trip. It's also a good idea to keep your gas tank at least half full at all times in case of an emergency.

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