automobile /ˈɔːtəməbiːl/ (noun) a car Example: After all, automobiles lead to thousands of highway deaths every year.
accelerator /əkˈseləreɪtər/ (noun) the pedal in a car or other vehicle that you press with your foot to control the speed of the engine Example: In a car, you push the accelerator with your foot.
brake pedal /breɪk ˈpɛd(ə)l/ (noun) the pedal that you push down with your foot to make a vehicle slow down or stop Example: I like a brake pedal rather than a brake switch.
clutch pedal /klʌtʃ ˈpɛd(ə)l/ (noun) are the components in automobiles and other powered road vehicles, such as trucks and buses, used for driving and parking. Example: His feet buried the clutch and brake pedal into the floorboard.
fuel gauge /fjuː(ə)l ɡeɪdʒ/ (noun) is an instrument used to indicate the amount of fuel in a fuel tank Example: You should check fuel gauge regularly.
gear stick /ɡɪə stɪk/ (noun) is a metal lever attached to the shift assembly in an automobile transmission Example: He thrust the gear stick forward and pushed his foot to the floor.
handbrake /ˈhændbreɪk/ (noun) a brake in a vehicle that is operated by hand, designed to be used when the vehicle has already stopped Example: He released the handbrake.
speedometer /spiːˈdɑːmɪtər/ (noun) an instrument in a vehicle which shows how fast the vehicle is going Example: I took a glance at the speedometer: eighty miles per hour and still increasing.
steering wheel /ˈstɪrɪŋ wiːl/ (noun) the wheel that the driver turns to control the direction that a vehicle goes in Example: It's a van, so you have to work with the steering wheel a bit.
temperature gauge /ˈtɛmp(ə)rətʃə ɡeɪdʒ/ (noun) is a device that measures temperature or a temperature gradient Example: Don't forget to check your temperature gauge.
warning light /ˈwɔːnɪŋ lʌɪt/ (noun) one of the orange lights at the front and back of a car that turn on and off repeatedly to warn other drivers of danger Example: a red warning light