As we all know, modern cars mostly have automatic transmission. For novice and female drivers, driving an automatic car is relatively easy and won't be very tiring. For some older drivers, manual transmission cars are more suitable for them. Firstly, price is much cheaper, and it is very easy to drive. Many manual transmission drivers do not like to press clutch when turning on ignition, although they can also start car, but this will lead to some damage to car after a long time, so that you need to depress clutch when the manual transmission is engaged? Insider: A lot of car owners got it wrong, so take a look.
Many will say that it's okay if you do not press clutch and do not merge when ignition is turned on. It actually starts with a habit after parking. Don't stop, that's what I'm advocating too, parking on ramp will be safer. Just like P gear of an automatic transmission car, transmission also plays role of a lock so that even if handbrake is insufficient or handbrake fails completely, car will not slip because gear is engaged after parking, so if you if you forget to turn on ignition when car is in neutral and clutch is not depressed, car will jump out as soon as ignition is turned on and you can hit any obstacle ahead. In practice, there are many such cases.
If gear is in neutral, starter and battery actually increase load unless you press clutch to start ignition. It is not connected to power output shaft, so when starter is started, it also drives gearbox gears, which rotate together. The rotation of gearbox gears causes a certain amount of resistance, including oil resistance. , especially in winter At low temperatures, hysteresis torque will be larger, at moment of ignition of starter, this resistance can reach 20 Nm, which is equivalent to adding such a large load to starter.
Finally, I would like to say: when I was learning to drive, to meet requirements of coach, I always pressed clutch to start ignition. In fact, purpose of this is mainly for safety, triple insurance, as I am afraid that there will be rollers or it will fail. After all, safety is above all. Generally speaking, pressing ignition and clutch is only good for our car or our personal safety. From now on , we must develop our good driving skills Get used to it! What do you think about this, please comment and share.