How to become a better driver? Even the most experienced drivers don’t always know all the subtleties or nuances that can make driving easier. And most of them are convinced that if they know all the rules of the road, they’ll be ready for any situation that may occur. However, besides these rules, there are others that are no less important. And if you don’t follow them, you may get seriously hurt even in a minor accident!
Do you know how to figure out if your vehicle’s brake pipes are in good condition? Or why you shouldn’t lift your whole foot off the floor when you switch from one pedal to another? Or how to wear your seat belt properly? Well, these things are really worth knowing!
How to adjust your seat properly 0:58
How to check the brake pipes 5:32
How to wear your seat belt properly 6:57
How to switch from one pedal to another properly 8:13
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– When you’re in the driver’s seat, your knees should be slightly bent. If you feel that you need to stretch your leg to reach the gas pedal, move your seat forward.
– Your seat should be positioned in such a way that your hips are at the same level as your knees. If you can’t clearly see out of all the windows or through the windshield, raise your seat.
– The backrest should be reclined at about a 100-degree angle. This is the most comfortable position for your body.
– The best way to hold the steering wheel is at 9 and 3. You know, this is when you imagine that your steering wheel is the face of a clock. Put your left hand where the 9 would be on the clock, and your right hand goes on the 3.
– You should constantly keep an eye on the state of your brake pipes and brake pads. Even the tiniest crack on a brake hose can result in an accident because you won’t be able to stop the car.
– To figure out if your vehicle’s brake pipes are in good condition, touch them. If they’re hard and crack when you try to bend them, they need replacing.
– You should also remember that your foot typically stays on the heel when you position it over the accelerator. But when you move it over to the brake pedal, your heel may not be able to touch the floor.
– The top strap should cross your chest and collarbone, and the lower strap should go across your hips. Do NOT place it over your belly.
– If your car’s seat belts aren’t adjustable, you can always slide the seat further up or back. If nothing helps, get a padded belt cover.
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