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Q: How do I read the speedometer?

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How do I read the speedometer?

A: The speedometer is located on the instrumen...

The speedometer is located on the instrument panel, and tells you roughly how fast your vehicle is going. The speedometer is a semicircle, with a hand that points to the speed at which you are currently driving.

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