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How do I read the speedometer?
The speedometer is on the right side of your instrument control panel. It tells you how fast you are driving at. The speedometer is a semicircle with numbers on it; the numbers represent the speed in either mph or km/h. Whatever number the pointer on the speedometer is pointing to is the speed that you are currently driving at.
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