By Kate Harrison, Business Insider/Business Insider, December 27, 2018 When it comes to driving, you need to know when to stop and where to go.
But not everyone has a car, or even the right equipment to get around.
Here are six things you should know about where to park, and how to get there.1.
Where can I park?
If you’re looking to buy a car or rent one, you’ll probably have to park somewhere, whether it’s a parking garage or garage sale.
The rules vary from city to city, but in most places you can park anywhere.
But if you live in a city, you should park a few metres from your home.
This means you’ll need to be in the area, and ideally on the street.
This is also known as the “parking belt” or “traffic jam zone”.2.
What should I do if I can’t find a place to park?
There’s no set rule for when you should stop and when you shouldn’t.
But in most cities, the rules are:1.
If you can’t park anywhere, leave.
This can include a curb or driveway, or a public street or bike path.2.
Don’t try to move your car or move your belongings into the car, unless you know you’ll be able to park safely.3.
If there are people on the road, they should also leave.
If they don’t, don’t.
If people try to stop you, stop them.4.
If someone else is parked next to you, give them a chance to leave.5.
Do not leave any valuables in the car.6.
If a carjack is taking place, tell the people in the vehicle and ask them to leave the car if they can.
You can also leave your belongings if someone tries to steal them, but don’t leave anything else, including your keys.
If anyone tries to break into your car, you can call 999 or the police.7.
If it’s too dangerous to move, just stop.
If something gets into your vehicle and you can´t get out, call 999.
This will give the police a chance if they’re trying to locate the carjacker.8.
Do drive slowly.
If going fast, keep your eyes on the pavement and don’t move your body.
If the road becomes too crowded, you may want to consider using your cell phone to avoid collisions.9.
Don`t let someone into your property if you are not home.
If someone is threatening to steal your belongings, call 911 immediately and stay on the phone as long as you can, as they might be at the scene and want to get away.
If not, they can call the police or report the incident to the police, but you may need to take a statement.
If you live with or near a busy road, you will be able call police to report an incident and request them to investigate the incident.
The police can then follow up with the owner or owners of the car to see if they’ve reported it to them.10.
Don’ t let the police enter your property unless you’re in a car with you.
This could include your home, office or car.
If your property is locked, call the owner of the lock and tell them to open the door.
If this doesn’t work, call police.
If the police come and get you, don`t try to leave because they may be trying to break your car.
They may lock it and you may be in serious trouble.11.
Don�t leave your vehicle unattended in an enclosed space.
If police come, you shouldn`t leave the vehicle unattached because you don’t know where they might find it.
If possible, ask the person at the door to tell you what to do.
If there is a carjacking, call emergency services, but if you have to get to work, don´t leave until the police arrive.
This way you can get to the building, avoid the car and get to your work.
If a car is stolen, call Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000.