3 Tricks that driving schools don’t talk about


Some people believe that safe driving means knowing the road rules, but apart from these rules, there are others that need to be followed. One example is the safe seat adjustment. And if these rules are ignored, you can sustain serious injuries even in a minor accident.

Bright Side did a little research, and now we can tell you how to make sure your brakes are working properly, how to adjust the seat, and many other useful things.

1.Adjust the driver seat correctly :

1 Adjust the driver seat correctly

Many people believe that correct posture behind the wheel is not that important. “I feel so good” or “It’s okay” – these are the sentences that drivers say who don’t care about your safety. However, the driver’s posture must be determined in accordance with the safety protocol.

Correct attitude regarding security:

This posture relieves your back and prevents the driver from getting tired on long journeys.

why is it so important? In an emergency everyone acts instinctively. For example, everyone presses their hands against the steering wheel before a collision, their feet are pressed against the pedals and the floor at the same time. Unfortunately, extended knee and elbow joints can also be injured after a light blow.

An example of an incorrect posture: due to the incorrect position of the backrest, the driver’s body falls backwards and the arms have to actively grip the steering wheel instead of just steering it, since the driver sits too far from the steering wheel and the pedals.

Slightly bent knees and elbow joints are best for alleviating a bump. First you need to adjust the seat based on height and angle. To do this, place your right foot on the brake pedal, press the clutch pedal all the way down with your left foot (if you are driving an automatic car, place your left leg on the special shelf to rest). If you push the seat forward, you get the right knee flexion.

Now we need to adjust the backrest angle. When you try to stretch your legs, you should step firmly on the floor and pedals. Your body shouldn’t move up from the back of the seat. If your body moves, move the backrest closer to an upright position. The fit is considered correct if your body does not fall forward or backward.

The last step in setting the correct driving position is to find the right position between you and the steering wheel:

• Your vertical palm should fit between your legs and the steering wheel.

• Extend your arm. If your wrist touches the top of the steering wheel, the distance is correct.

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2.Check the brake hoses :

2 Check the brake hoses

Symptoms of a brake system malfunction:

• Squeaks and creaks when braking.

• The brake pedal makes pulsating movements. This is only permitted if ABS, an anti-lock braking system, works.

• The car moves to the side by pressing the brake.

• There are traces of escaping brake fluid on the inside of the wheel.

Do not wait until you feel or hear any of these symptoms. You need to consider the condition of your car’s brake pads and brake hoses. A slight tear in the hose can slow you down at the worst possible moment, for example in front of a zebra crossing.

Touch to check that the brake hoses are working properly. If they are tight and cracked when bent, they should be replaced. The hoses must be dry and without leaks. Please note: After replacing the brake hoses, they must be vented.

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3.Do not remove your heel from the floor to switch from the accelerator to the brake pedal :

3 Do not remove your heel from the floor to switch from the accelerator to the brake pedal

This tip prevents the pedal from slipping off the foot. The size of your foot also plays a role here. The smaller the foot, the more uncomfortable it is to follow this recommendation. At the same time, there is a method that does everyone justice: switch the foot between the pedals from heel to heel.

It is important to note that when using the accelerator pedal, the foot is always on the heel, while pressing the brake pedal does not result in the heel reaching the floor. This depends on both the size of the foot and the distance between the pedals.

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