In our time, there are more and more people with cars, so after buying a car, no one will leave it at home every day. Then, when car pulls out, there is naturally a problem with parking. Usually we find a relatively flat and spacious parking spot, but sometimes for some special reason we have to park car on ramp.
A few days ago, I had dinner with colleagues. One of them, Xiao Zhang, just bought a new car, so we decided to try out his new car and go for a ride. The entrance to place where we ate turned out to be a ramp, and it would take a long time to find a flat parking spot, so Xiao Zhang parked car on ramp. After car was parked, he raised handbrake and was about to get out of car. I asked him at this time: "Such a big slope, are you just pulling handbrake?" Xiao Zhang said, "Wouldn't it be nice to pull handbrake?" The novice driver is still inexperienced. Fortunately, this is a new car, so handbrake should be fine. Then an old car repair driver will come and tell you what else to do when parking on ramp, other than pulling the handbrake.
1. Turn on transmission.
This applies to manual transmission models. I usually call it "no transmission". After car is parked, if it's going uphill, put it in reverse, and if it's going downhill, put it in reverse. first gear. The biggest benefit is that if handbrake is a little off as soon as car is rolling, you can simply use drag force of engine to control car's slip.
2. Turn steering wheel diagonally.
Generally speaking, after car is parked, steering wheel should be turned to right. This is good for car's steering system. a little), advantage of this is that when car is rolling, because steering wheel is tilted, it will create a drag on car. With any luck, front wheel will directly touch shoulder of road and car will not slide backwards.
Beginners only need to apply handbrake when parking on ramp, but two tricks by experienced drivers can be reliable! Do you remember now? Warm tips for older drivers, especially for some old cars that have been in use for many years or on steep slopes, you should use these two tricks when parking. If you're still worried, just find two bricks and place them on rear wheel. An old driver shares his driving skills every day If you liked this article about ramp parking, please like and go! Driving safety is paramount, what do you think?