Q: Q: How do I shift out of PARK?

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How do I shift out of PARK?

In order to shift from PARK to REVERSE or DRIVE (in an automatic transmission), you have to have your foot firmly pressed on the brake pedal. This ensures maximum safety when you operate your vehicle.

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