Be able to give clear and concise directions, well expressed and clearly spoken to the examiner, and do so politely and promptly. Be aware of the dangers of speaking to or being approached by strangers.
Know the location of the nearest police station, doctor’s office, pharmacy, firehouse, railway or bus station, gas station, and hotel, if there are such places nearby.
Know how to call for police, fire, ambulance, and poison control.
Be able to:
(in towns) Know the number, if any, and at least two places each way on the route of the
local buses, light rail, or subway, up to a maximum of four routes.
(in country) Know the route of the local bus or buses if commuter bus service exists where you live.
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