Who hasn't made mistakes while learning to drive? Besides, if I can drive myself and drive very well, then why should I come to a driving school to learn how to drive a car? So through my relationship, I found a driving school coach. After coach knew situation, he advised my cousin not to be afraid or nervous, and also taught my cousin a way to estimate distance between cars. I still want to share it to it was seen by more friends who are learning to drive or novice drivers.
First, it is very important to adjust seat and posture.
1. When you see in car that front of car is in place of front and rear wheels, distance between two cars is 3 meters, which is relatively safe. Keep this distance from car in front. 2. When front of car intersects with bumper of front car, distance between two cars is about 1.5m. This distance must be kept when waiting for a red traffic light.
3. When front of car is overlapped by lower edge of tailgate of front car, and distance between two cars is about 0.5 meters, you need to stop at this distance. to prevent blockage in traffic, this distance is most appropriate. It can be summarized as a mantra: "If you see that wheels are 3 meters long and rear bumper is 1.5 meters, bottom edge of trunk is very dangerous." be much safer.
You can't judge distance between cars when you're learning to drive. The driving instructor will teach you a formula that is especially helpful for beginners! Do you remember now? If you find this helpful, please like and share it so more friends who are learning to drive or novice drivers who just got their license can see it! Pass on practical automotive knowledge, starting with your likes, thank you all! So, how far do you usually keep your car? Please leave a message to tell everyone!