The soles of feet are most important. Many novice drivers are accustomed to lightly pressing brakes with their toes. Under normal conditions, there is nothing wrong with such an action, but in an emergency, car most likely cannot be stopped immediately. This is because action of toe-tip braking is not as fast as that of sole of foot, and entire brake pedal can be fully depressed in an instant to exert maximum stopping power.
The correct way to apply brakes is to develop habit of applying brakes with force between toes and soles of feet. At this time, if vehicle speed is too high and vehicle does not have an anti-lock braking system (ABS), it is very likely that tires will seize up and driving direction will change after applying brake. be out of control. How a person typically applies brakes can tell a lot about level of driving. Stopping car suddenly when you apply brakes, or not stopping when necessary, is not something a good driver should do. When applying brake under normal road conditions, you must first apply brake, then step back a little when you almost come to a stop, and then stop car so that car can stop steadily.
Braking downhill consists of first lightly applying rear brake and then applying front brake. The goal is to prevent front of car from dropping too much, to actively increase load on tail wheel, and to avoid pressure on stock.
Passenger braking should stabilize when there are passengers in back seat, load on car's head and tail is relatively medium, but because passenger and car's weight is too large, inertia also increases, and required braking force is greatly increased. In addition, when braking, rear seat passengers may, due to unpreparedness, hit seat, which will make car unstable. The solution is to teach rear seat passengers to sit. Use throttle wisely. In addition to foot brake, you must also use accelerator effectively to control vehicle's speed. In case of a safe distance, when you need to slow down, you only need to release accelerator and properly operate foot brake so that it is easier to control speed of vehicle.