Q: How do I put my truck in gear?

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How do I put my truck in gear?

There are many gears that your truck can be shifted into. These gears tell the car whether to drive, stay still, or move. To put your vehicle into gear.

  1. Hold down the brake pedal.

  2. Start the vehicle.

  3. Move the gearshift lever to the Park, Reverse, or Drive.

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