| 1. After the car releases the accelerator pedal during driving, it is not necessary to place the foot on the brake pedal when it is not necessary to perform a predictive action. |
2. When the car is driving on narrow roads, rain, snow, freezing or muddy roads, emergency braking shall not be used. When crossing railway crossings, bridges, wading roads, and wheels on slippery roads such as muddy snow, try to avoid using brakes to prevent the vehicle from suddenly stalling.
3. After the car passes through the wading road, the brake pedal should be pressed several times continuously to eliminate the water on the brake shoes and make the brake recover well.
4. Before the car goes down a long slope, it should be switched to low gear. The traction resistance of the engine is mainly used to control the speed of the car, supplemented by foot braking.
5. When using the hand brake as an auxiliary brake, do not pull the hand brake to the end. The correct way is to combine the pull and loose. Under any circumstances, you must tighten your hand brakes when parking, especially when you are parking on a ramp. Don't cause accidents due to carelessness.