Landing lights are located in the leading edge and navigation lights on the wing tips.
A stall warning indicator is found on the leading edge of the wing. It is a small metal tab, which moves freely in a slot and activates either a buzzer and red light in the cockpit when the aircraft is approaching “stall speed”.
Aileron trim tabs are usually on more sophisticated aircraft. They assist the pilot to fly without having to place constant pressure on the controls during flight.
The nose wheel is connected to the rudder pedals to provide steering and is fitted with an oleo strut. It is a pneumatic unit that absorbs the loads and shocks when the aircraft is running along the ground.
Most aircraft are fitted with disc brakes on the main wheels. They are operated by toe brakes situated on top of the rudder pedals and either provide straight line braking or directional control on the ground.