If the car won’t move, we should try to rock it until the moment the wheels start to spin, and then step on the clutch and wait for the wheels to go back into the cavity. After a few repetitions, the car should move.
If the car has a two-wheel drive, the steering wheel should be kept straight during starting, and in the case of a four-wheel drive, the steering wheel may be turned – the front wheel is likely to find its grip in some position.Read
ABS (anti-lock braking system) is a system which most cars are equipped with nowadays. It is to prevent the blocking of wheels during emergency, abrupt braking. Please find below a set of rules for th...Read