Me pēhea te ki te pei i roto i te USA

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Hei tīmata peia i Amerika, you must learn how to drive safely and pass a test showing you know the US driving laws. titau koe katoa kāwanatanga ki te tiki raihana o te taraiwa, ki te whakamahere koe i runga i te taraiwa. If you move to a different state, you must exchange your old license for a new license in that state. Here e te tahi mau mea faufaa ki te mohio e pā ana ki te pehea, ki te pei i roto i te USA.

To start driving in America, you must learn how to drive safely and pass a test showing you know the US driving laws. Every state requires you to get a driver’s license if you plan on driving. If you move to a different state, you must exchange your old license for a new license in that state. Here are some important things to know about how to drive in the USA.

How do learn to drive

How do learn to drive

Whiwhi raihana o te taraiwa

Getting a driver’s license

Ko reira te ture ki te pei ki waho i te raihana te peia. Ia kāwanatanga i roto i te US he rerekē ture taraiwa. You can learn these laws by reading a US ā-ringa o te taraiwa i roto i te reo e rave rahi. Ka Me hoki koe ki te pānui i te tūturu mau buka o te taraiwa mo koutou ahua.

It is illegal to drive without a driving license. Each state in the US has different driving laws. You can learn these laws by reading a US driver’s manual in many languages. You will also need to read the actual driver’s manuals for your state.

Kia kua lau koe, ka matau nga ture, e hiahia ana koe ki te tango i rua i te whakamātautau tuhituhi me te whakamātautau taraiwa ki te tiki i to koutou raihana. Ka Me koe ki te tabula i tenei whakamatautau mua o te wā. Ka taea e koe te haere ipurangi ranei tirohia karanga i te ranei tari DMV e ko tata ki to koutou whare. E koe ki te utu i te utu ki te tangohia tou whakamātau, me te whiwhi koutou raihana. Many states allow you to take the test in your native language.

Once you have read and understood the laws, you will need to take both a written test and a driving test to get your license. You will need to schedule this test ahead of time. You can go online or visit or call the DMV office that is closest to your home. You have to pay a fee to take your test and get your license. Many states allow you to take the test in your native language.

inihua Car

Car insurance

hipokina inihua Car utu i roto i te hui o te aituā whara ranei. titau te ture inihua taketake i runga i waka katoa i roto i te take i te taata faahoro tukia te tangata pakaru ranei te tangata o atu rawa. Ka taea hoki te tiki inihua ki taupoki ana i te utu o te kino ki to koutou ake waka, a mo te tahae motokā.

Car insurance covers costs in the event of an accident or injury. The law requires basic insurance on all cars in case the driver injures someone or damages someone else’s property. You can also get insurance to cover the cost of damage to your own car, and for car theft.

Me whai koe i te iti rawa inihua motokā taketake i roto i te tikanga ki te pei ture. Ahakoa, ki te e peia koe motokā o te hoa, Ko reira koutou kawenga ki te kia e inihua te motokā e peia koe te. kia puritia te tuhinga inihua i roto i te motokā ki te whakaatu, ki te e mutu koutou e pirihimana.

You must have at least basic car insurance in order to drive legally. Even if you are driving a friend’s car, it is your responsibility to make sure that the car you are driving is insured. The insurance document should be kept in the car to show if you are stopped by police.

rēhitatanga Car

Car registration

rēhitatanga Car Ko te tāke utu ia tau ki te āhua. āhei te reira ki a koutou te tango i te motokā i runga i te ara, me te utu mo koutou papa paraharaha, raihana. Ehara i te mea ture ki te pei i te motokā e kore te e rēhitatia. kia puritia te tuhinga rēhita i roto i te motokā ki te whakaatu, ki te e mutu koutou e pirihimana.

Car registration is a tax paid every year to the state. It allows you to take the car on the road and pays for your license plates. It is not legal to drive a car that is not registered. The registration document should be kept in the car to show if you are stopped by police.

tohutohu haumaru me te taraiwa

Safety and driving tips

He ture ki te tiaki ia koutou ia e pei koe te USA. Me whai tonu e koe enei ture. kia rerekē atu i roto i to koutou whenua te kāinga ēnei ture. Ka Me koe ki te ako i te ture motuhake mo koutou ahua. Here te tahi ture haumaru nui e rapua e te nuinga o āhua:

The USA has laws to protect you while you are driving. You must always follow these laws. These laws may be different than in your home country. You will need to learn the specific laws for your state. Here are some important safety rules that most states require:

• nohoanga Car

• Car seats

Me eke kohungahunga me tamariki i roto i nohoanga motokā e tika ana ki to ratou rahi e kua whitikiria humarie i roto i te motokā. Ka taea e nga tamariki tau mutu te whakamahi i ngā tūru motokā rerekē i te kāwanatanga. Ki te kore koe e mōhio, whakapā atu ki tō tari DMV rohe. Kaua rawa e mau i te tamaiti i roto i to koutou uma i te pei e eke ana i roto i te waka ranei; Ko reira e rua mōrearea, me te ture.

Infants and children must ride in car seats appropriate to their size that are strapped securely in the car. The age children can stop using car seats varies by state. If you are unsure, contact your local DMV office. Never hold a child in your lap while driving or riding in a vehicle; it is both dangerous and illegal.

• Seatbelts

• Seatbelts

Me kakahu e koe he seatbelt i te pei i te motokā ranei e noho ana i roto i te motokā i roto i te US. Me kakahu nga tangata katoa i roto i te waka i te seatbelt, ahakoa peia eke rite te pāhihi ranei. Ko te take e, i roto i te tūtukitanga, iwi kahore seatbelts taea rere i roto o ratou nohoanga, maru ratou me ētahi atu.

You must wear a seatbelt while driving a car or riding in a car in the US. Everyone in the vehicle must wear a seatbelt, whether driving or riding as a passenger. The reason is that, in a crash, people without seatbelts could fly out of their seats, injuring themselves and others.

• ngā pōtae

• Helmets

Ki te kei te eke koe peia he motopaika ranei, kia kakahu koe he potae. Tata ki te katoa āhua i roto i te USA titau motorcyclists ki kakahu potae.

If you are riding or driving a motorcycle, you should wear a helmet. Almost every state in the USA requires motorcyclists to wear helmets.

• inu

• Drinking

E kore e whakaaetia e koe ki te inu waipiro i mua i ranei ia peia. Ko te tino nui tenei i te mea ka taea e koe te ngaro to koutou raihana, ki te inu koe, ka peia, ka kia hiahiatia ki te utu whaina nui ranei ara mahi wā i roto i te whare herehere. hoki i taea e tino koe te kino whakamate tangata, ki te inu koutou me te puku ranei.

You are not allowed to drink alcohol before or while driving. This is very important because you can lose your license if you drink and drive and be required to pay huge fines or even serve time in jail. You could also seriously injure or kill someone if you drink and drive.

• pūkoro me ētahi atu faaoaoaraa

• Cellphones and other distractions

Ko reira te ture ki te kōrero i runga i tou waea ia e peia koe i roto i te tahi mau āhua i te US. rāhuitia fe'ave'aki te i roto i tata katoa āhua. Ka taea e waea Cell faanevaneva koe i te ara. Ki te hiahia koe ki te whakamahi i tō waea, kia wahia ki runga koe. He tipu maha o US pa e kaua te tahi atu mau faaoaoaraa rite te pai, pērā i te kai, inu kawhe, te haere ranei ki mōkai.

It is illegal to talk on your phone while you are driving in some states in the US. Texting is banned in almost all states. Cell phones can distract you from the road. If you need to use your phone, you should pull over. A growing number of US cities are forbidding other distractions as well, such as eating, drinking coffee, or attending to pets.

• tamariki i roto i te waka

• Children in vehicles

te tikanga e kore e whakaaetia e koe ki te waiho koutou tamariki i roto i to koutou waka, ka kore e koutou i roto i te motokā. hei tauira, ki te haere koe ki te toa, me kawe e koe a koutou tamariki ki a koutou. Ki te mahue ngā tamariki anake, taea te whara ratou e ngana ana ki te tiki i roto i, te tuku i te wahia mamau ranei, overheat whakatio ranei, maukati koe i roto i, haere ranei ngaro.

You are generally not allowed to leave your children in your car when you are not in the car. For example, if you go into a store, you must bring your children with you. If children are left alone, they could be injured trying to get out, release the brake or clutch, overheat or freeze, lock you out, or go missing.

• Driving ka ngenge

• Driving when tired

Kaua e pei, ki te e ngenge koe. Ki te mea ko koe i roto i tou motokā me ite e koe ngenge rawa ki te pei, tohu me te wahia i runga i ki te wāhi haumaru te wahi e kore e koutou arai hokohoko, me te kore e koe i roto i te ati. I freeways reira e whakaritea ngā wāhi okiokinga. maukati ngā wā katoa koutou tatau ia mohe koe.

Do not drive if you are tired. If you are in your car and realize you are too tired to drive, signal and pull over to a safe location where you are not obstructing traffic and you are not in danger. On freeways there are designated rest areas. Always lock your doors while you nap.

• Honking me ētahi atu haruru

• Honking and other noise

A ape i te whakamahi i tō haona te kore i reira he he āwangawanga mō te haumaru. I roto i ētahi o ngā wāhanga, Ko reira te ture ki te whakamahi i te haona faufaa ore i roto i etahi haora ranei. Kei te pawera hoki te whakamahi o nui waerehe ranei te ture i roto i ētahi wāhi.

Avoid using your horn unless there is a concern for safety. In some areas, it is illegal to use the horn unnecessarily or during certain hours. The use of loud radios is also discouraged or illegal in some areas.

• Maukati me mau taviri

• Locks and keys

Waka tahae me te tahae i waka ko te raruraru i roto i te tahi mau wāhi. He mea nui ki te maukati koutou tatau motokā, ara i roto i to koutou motokā, a tangohia koutou mau taviri, ina waiho koe. Tangohia taonga i te tirohanga.

Vehicle theft and theft from vehicles is a problem in some areas. It is important to lock your car doors, even while in your car, and take your keys when you leave. Remove valuables from view.

• Pets i roto i waka

• Pets in vehicles

Ki te he te tino wera ranei rawa makariri te nuinga i runga 70 ° F ranei i raro 40 ° F te rangi, Ko reira he whakaaro kino ki te waiho mōkai i roto i te motokā noa ki tuwhera nga matapihi, no te mea i taea e mate ratou. Kua Pets mohiotia ki maukati i te kaiarataki i roto i o te motokā, na kia mau ki tonu te kī i runga i a koe.

If the weather is very hot or very cold typically above 70°F or below 40°F, it is a bad idea to leave pets in the car even with the windows open, because they could die. Pets have been known to lock a driver out of a car, so always keep a key on you.

Accidents

Accidents

Ki te whiwhi koe i roto i te ati ia e pei koe, Me mutu e koe. Kaua e waiho te scene o te aituā kahore hoki e mutu. Ki te he to koutou waka mahi tonu, tamata ki tihorea atu ana o te huarahi. Ki te kino ia tetahi te, kia karanga koutou 911 tonu.

If you get in an accident while you are driving, you must stop. Do not leave the scene of the accident without stopping. If your car is still working, try to pull off of the road. If anyone is hurt, you should call 911 immediately.

Ki te kino ia e kore tetahi e, kia tuhituhi koe ki raro i te ingoa, tau waea, wāhitau, tau raihana o taraiwa, tau pereti raihana, me te mōhiohio inihua o te tangata hit koutou ranei e papaki koe. Ki te reira i te iwi nei ite (kite) te aituā, kia kohikohi ano koe o ratou ingoa, me tau waea. Ki te whai koe i te kāmera, Ka taea e koe te tango i pikitia o tetahi kino. kia hoki tuhituhi iho e koe i te wāhi o te aituā, me te tango pikitia o te wāhi e rite ana te pai.

If no one is hurt, you should write down the name, phone number, address, driver’s license number, license plate number, and insurance information of the person you hit or who hit you. If there were people who witnessed (saw) the accident, you should also collect their names and phone numbers. If you have a camera, you can take pictures of any damage. You should also write down the location of the accident and take pictures of the location as well.

I muri i te aituā, kia pūrongo koe te aituā ki tou kamupene inihua tonu.

After the accident, you should report the accident to your insurance company immediately.

Taraiwa i roto i te kino rangi

Driving in bad weather

Tei runga i te wahi e anō koutou i roto i te US, kia kia tino rerekē i taua o tou whenua te kāinga te rangi. Kia waiho te reira i to koutou wā tuatahi peia i roto i ngā āhuatanga tino.

Depending on where you are resettled in the US, the weather may be very different from that of your home country. It may be your first time driving in extreme conditions.

  • Ki te he haupapa te hukarere ranei te ara, kia karo koe taraiwa. Ki te takoto te tikanga kia peia koe, haere āta ka whakamahi potae te hukarere mekameka ranei i runga i o koutou potae. Ka taea e ratou te āwhina mutu koe pai i roto i te tio te hukarere ranei.
  • Fao he kete whawhati tata i roto i to koutou motokā e kei roto tūemi haumaru, pērā i te kete āwhina tuatahi, kakahu mahana anō, wai, mekameka, he koko hukarere, me te kasa.
  • If the road is icy or snowy, you should avoid driving. If you must drive, go slowly and use snow tires or chains on your tires. They can help you stop better in ice or snow.
  • Pack an emergency kit in your car that contains safety items, such as a first aid kit, extra warm clothing, water, chains, a snow shovel, and a flashlight.

Road riri

Road rage

Road riri ko te wā ki te whakaahua ite te iwi riri ina peia ratou. Iwi kia ngangara ranei honk ranei pei ki te kati ki a koutou, ki te he riri e pā ana ki to koutou taraiwa ratou. Ki te ite koe i hanga e koe he hape, ina e peia koe, Ka taea e koe poipoi ki te whakaatu i te tangata e pouri koutou. Ki te he te tangata riri ara me he riri ki a koe, e kore e whakautu. Whakamātauria ki te tika te pupuri i peia rite marie rite taea, me te whiwhi i roto i o ratou ara. Kaua e haukotia wero i te atekōkiri riri ranei, a kore e pei ina e riri pouri ranei koe. Driving e te rota o te kukū manawanui me te.

Road rage is a term to describe the anger people feel when they drive. People may yell or honk or drive to close to you if they are angry about your driving. If you realize you made a mistake when you are driving, you can wave to show the person you are sorry. If someone has road rage and is angry at you, do not respond. Try to just keep driving as calmly as possible and get out of their way. Do not confront or challenge an angry driver, and do not drive when you are angry or upset. Driving takes a lot of concentration and patience.

Hoko he motokā

Buying a car

He koutou wa tuatahi hoko he motokā i roto i te USA? Hoko he motokā ko te fafauraa nui. Ka tūtohu mātou e whai koe i te hoa American kaiakopono ranei te āwhina koe i te wa tuatahi te hoko koe i te motokā. Koe e taea te tahi mau taime te tiki i te taurewa i te pēke nama ranei uniana ki te hoko i te motokā. Otiia ki te whiwhi koe i te taurewa, ka utu koe i te moni ki runga ki taua mea nga marama pena ka utu i te motokā neke atu i te mea ora koe te moni ki te hoko i te reira ki te moni.

Is it your first time buying a car in the USA? Buying a car is a serious commitment. We recommend that you have an American friend or mentor help you the first time you buy a car. You can sometimes get a loan from the bank or credit union to purchase a car. But if you get a loan, you will pay interest on it every month so the car will cost more than if you saved money to buy it with cash.

A, no te mea kua utua e koe mo tou motokā utua atu to koutou taurewa rawa ranei, ka whiwhi koe i te “taitara” ki tou motokā - te tuhinga mōhiohio whakamatautau ake koe i te reira.

When you have paid for your car or paid off your loan completely, you will get the “title” to your car – the official document proving you own it.

Me pēhea te ki te hoko i te motokā

How to buy a car

Ko reira te tikanga ngawari ki te hoko i te motokā whakamahia atu te motokā hou. Ka taea e koe te hoko i te motokā whakamahia i te rangatira ranei i te kaihoko motokā. Ka taea e koe te whiriwhiri i runga i te utu. Ki te kei te hoko koe i te motokā whakamahia, Ko reira he whakaaro pai ki te whai i te titiro mīhini i te motokā i mua i te hoko koe i te reira ki te kia e kahore he he ki te motokā. Ka hiahia hoki koe ki te whakamātau i peia te motokā. tikanga o tēnei ka tango koe i te reira mo te puku, me te tirohia ki te kia te mahi mea katoa i mua i te hoko koe i te reira.

It is generally cheaper to buy a used car than a new car. You can buy a used car from the owner or from a car dealer. You can negotiate on the price. If you are buying a used car, it is a good idea to have a mechanic look at the car before you buy it to make sure that nothing is wrong with the car. You will also want to test drive the car. This means you will take it for a drive and check to make sure everything is working before you buy it.

A, no te hoko koe i te motokā whakamahia, Me koe ki te kia e te motokā “taitara” (e whakaatu ana tohu e te tangata e hoko koe i te reira i nona te reira) he mārama. kia whiwhi koe i te taitara motokā notarized (hainatia mana) a kia tino whiwhi koe i te rihīti, ara, ki te te ringa-tuhituhi reira, i te rangatira o te waka.

When you buy a used car, you need to make sure that the car “title” (which shows proof that the person you are buying it from owns it) is clear. You should get the car title notarized (officially signed) and make sure you get a receipt, even if it is hand-written, from the owner of the car.

Whakaritenga mō te hoko me te whai i te motokā

Requirements for buying and owning a car

  • Ki te hoko i tētahi motokā, ka hiahia koe raihana o te taraiwa.
  • Ka whai koe ki te rēhita i te motokā ki te tari o te nekeneke waka i roto i to koutou ahua ki te tiki mau api raihana, e e hiahiatia.
  • Ka whai hoki koe ki te utu i hoki inihua marama ki te pei i te motokā me te hau me te oranga ano hoki mo te motokā.
  • To buy a car, you will need a driver’s license.
  • You will have to register the car with the department of motor vehicles in your state to get license plates, which are required.
  • You will also have to pay for monthly insurance to drive the car and gas and maintenance for the car.

He katoa tika whakaaro ki te āwhina mahino pai koe peia i roto i te USA enei. Tetahi o tenei mōhiohio tikanga te rite tohutohu ture. kia whakahaua tetahi pātai e pā ana ki te taraiwa ki tari kāwanatanga DMV ranei pirihimana rohe.

These are all just suggestions to help you better understand driving in the USA. None of this information is intended as legal advice. Any questions about driving should be directed to state DMV offices or local police.

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