The old driver is handsome while driving, especially when turning steering wheel. The editor below will present steering wheel, and old driver will not tell you anything.
Steering wheel play is divided into two-handed play and one-handed play according to form of operation.
1. Proper grip
Grip left and right sides of steering wheel with both hands, hold four fingers from outside to inside, and straighten your thumb naturally along inside edge of steering wheel.
If you compare steering wheel to a clock, keep your left hand at 9 and 10 o'clock and your right hand at 3 and 4 o'clock, as shown in fig. 1-. 1.
2. Two-hand steering
Three ways to control with two hands:
(1) Push-pull method (change method)
Suitable for moving in a straight line, when working, left hand is main one, and right one is auxiliary one. When driving in a straight line, if you find that direction deviates, you can adjust steering wheel a little. When you need to change lanes, just lightly press and pull handlebars. When vehicle speed is high, avoid rocking back and forth as shown in figure.
When car makes a U-turn or a big turn, do not pull your hand to inside of steering wheel to change direction to avoid turning steering wheel when steering wheel hits a large uneven obstacle. , and arm cannot be pulled back in time, which may result in injury.
(2) Transfer method (half method)
For general turning. When car turns and you need to constantly turn steering wheel, it should be turned back and forth with even force. Both hands must cooperate when turning steering wheel. When encountering a turn with a large radius, gently push with one hand and pull back with other hand. When pushing and pulling, both hands usually do not go beyond respective left and right halves of circle. In this way, one pass and one pass. 2 or 3 times to complete taxi as shown in figure.
(3) Cross method (full method)
Suitable for fast turns such as tight turns or U-turns. When turning left, press your right hand and pull your left hand, release steering wheel with your left hand after crossing your arms, quickly move to upper right corner of steering wheel, and then pull steering wheel down, turn your right hand down and keep pushing up; when turning back or right, press opposite side as shown in figure.
Specific actions (for example, turning right):
Step 1: The left hand is main force to start turn to right, and right hand is helped to pull down and turn, as shown in Fig. 1-5a.
Step 2. Turn steering wheel with your left hand and release steering wheel with your right hand as shown in fig. 1-5b.
Step 3. Hold steering wheel with your right hand at upper left corner and continue to turn steering wheel with your left hand as shown in fig. 1-5c.
Step 4. When turning to a certain position, with your left hand, hold steering wheel at lower right corner and continue to push it up, and with your right hand, continue to pull steering wheel down, as shown in Fig. 1-5d.
Step 5. Use same method as above to turn steering wheel, but back in opposite direction as shown in fig. 1-5e.
3. Steering wheel with one hand
In principle, steering wheel is operated with both hands, but to operate gear lever and other necessary tasks, you have to use one hand.
When operating steering wheel with one hand, left hand is usually used as main grip to ensure directional stability when operating with one hand, as shown in fig. 1-6.
4. Issues to Attention to Steering Wheel Play
1) Turning steering wheel should be slow, not hasty, and movement should be smooth and not too abrupt. When driving on a straight road, it is even more important to "turn back less and less." The higher vehicle speed, smaller climb angle and smaller steering angle.
2) When driving on city roads or expressways with fast and slow lanes, be careful when overtaking or changing lanes. Before turning steering wheel, watch first, then turn on turn signal and turn steering wheel only after you see correct time as shown in Figure 1-7.
3) When making U-turns and sharp turns, turn steering wheel faster (of course, when there is no car on side).
4) While driving, it is strictly forbidden to leave steering wheel with two hands at same time, operate steering wheel with one hand, or hold steering wheel with both hands together, except when it is sometimes necessary to operate or adjust other parts with one hand.
5) After parking, try not to turn steering wheel in place.