After Getting In

- Are all doors closed and locked?

- Is the seat adjusted properly?

- Are the inside and outside mirrors adjusted?

- Is the steering wheel adjusted properly?

- Is each occupant's seat belt fastened?

- Check all gauges.

- Check all warning lights when the ignition switch is turned to the ON position.

- Release the parking brake and make sure the brake warning light goes off.

Always be thoroughly familiar with your Mazda.

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