Not every aspiring motorist has the knowledge of how to properly brake on mechanics.After all, to slow down on the machine, you need only to press the brake pedal.However, in most driving schools driving tests pass on machines with mechanics, and they slow down much harder.
So, how to slow down on the mechanics?If you want to stop completely, then the safest way to slow down (especially in the ice, in the wet and on the slopes) is the following: first you need to let go of the gas, and then gently depress the brake pedal and just before the stop to squeeze the clutch - in order not to die.Then you have to switch to a neutral speed and release the pedal.There is another way to answer the question "How to slow down at mechanics?".To slow down on a flat road in good weather, you must first fully release the gas, and then all the way to squeeze the grip left foot, and then gently applies the brakes to an absolute stop.After the car to a complete stop, you need to switch to a neutral speed, release the clutch pedal and brake.It should be noted that the gas is better to let go smoothly, instead of throwing.If a person needs to leave the car, even for a few minutes, it is best to leave the parking brake.
Sometimes it takes a little turn down the speed or slow down.To do this, we must first let go of the accelerator and gently apply the brakes briefly, leaving intact a grip.No need to fear that the vehicle may stall.If you need to slow down so that you have to switch to a lower gear, you have to squeeze the clutch.
Another issue of interest to many: how to properly brake on ice?So, it is worth noting that the emergency brake in such conditions has features that are not all drivers know.The ice is recommended to slow faltering briefly pressing the brake pedal.
How to brake on the mechanics, if the car is front-wheel drive?In this case, it is necessary to hold the brake pedal, right foot, and at the same time to let go and squeeze the grip parallel switching down gear.It is very important that the descent was consistent, and you will not miss a single transmission, otherwise you can lose control of the vehicle.And if the car is rear-wheel drive, the brakes harder.We must also hold the brake pedal, to let go and press the clutch, providing a sequence of descent.However, it still needs to periodically press the gas when switching the transmission - it occurs after the clutch is squeezed.Otherwise, the rear axle can lead to one side, and the driver will fly off the track.To learn how to clearly and quickly decelerating "at speed", you have to train, preferably in the maneuvers.It is recommended to start with a fairly low speed on empty roads.Then he is to complicate the task, to come to perfection.