pull out (2)

This page is about the phrasal verb pull out (2).

Meaning: to move your car from a parking spot or a side street into a traffic lane, or to move out from one traffic lane to join another

For example:

  • pull out I checked to see that no other cars were coming, and then I pulled out and drove off.

  • pull out Some idiot pulled out in front of me just as I was about to overtake him. He nearly caused an accident.

Quick Quiz:

If you're pulling out in front of other cars, you should always

a. have your handbrake on

b. have your indicator flashing

c. have your horn blowing

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Contributor: Matt Errey