With the rapid development of society, people's living standards have continuously improved.

As one of the symbols of social development, the number of motor vehicles in society has increased significantly, and automobiles have become an indispensable means of transportation in people's lives.

How to drive? Don't think it is too difficult, as long as you pass the driving test, it means that you have mastered the basic driving skills.

Driving skills

1. Observation before getting on the bus

Before getting in the car, take a circle around the car to check the exterior condition of the car, the tires, and whether there is any oil or water leaking under the car. Remember to open the lid and check the oil, cooling water, and brake fluid once a week.

2. Warm up the car before driving

After you park for over 3 hours, fire the engine, idle for over 10 seconds, and you see the tachometer drop to around 1000, then start your car. In severe cold weather, the warm-up time is appropriately extended.

3. Smooth shifting

There are two things to do when shifting gears: one is that the speed of the vehicle reaches the speed range of the gear you are shifting; The car has forward force, and then lightly lifts the clutch. This enables stable and smooth operation.

4. Step on the foot brake

You have to keep your right heel in place to be able to apply your footbrake accurately in an emergency. With the heel fixed, the sole of the foot is pressed forward on the footbrake and the accelerator is pressed to the right.

5. Brake first look in the rearview mirror

You need to check the distance between you and the vehicle behind you before braking. If it is too close, and there is still a certain distance between you and the car in front, release the brake a little to avoid rear-end collision.

6. Always keep track of the foot brake status

To keep abreast of the foot brake status, once an abnormality is found, immediately use the downshift and the handbrake to slow down and stop.

7. It is dangerous for the car in front to give way suddenly

If you are driving normally and the car in front suddenly gives way, remember not to overtake it to avoid an emergency ahead.

8. Don’t get close to parked cars

If that car is parked on the side of the road, that means it can open the door at any time. If you can't get out of the way, slow down and pass after sounding the whistle.

9. Whistle cautiously

A sudden honking of the horn may make passers-by panic and run around. Especially when there are children crossing the road. You should slow down or stop and wait.

When encountering some extreme weather (except sunny weather), you should pay special attention to driving safety.

Driving in the rain. Before leaving the car, carefully check the brakes, wipers, lights, horns, steering, and other parts to confirm that there is no problem before leaving the car.

When driving, the vehicle speed should be increased or decreased in time according to the situation, to maintain a safe driving distance, try not to overtake unless there are special circumstances, and do not make emergency steering and emergency braking to prevent the vehicle from slipping and rolling over.

Windy weather. The wind has little impact on motor vehicle driving but has a greater impact on non-motor vehicles and pedestrians. Windy weather affects pedestrians' sightlines and is prone to accidents. Drivers should slow down and be prepared to avoid or stop at any time.

Driving in fog. On foggy days, the visibility is low, and the vision is blurred. It is difficult for the driver to see the road conditions and cannot judge the position of the vehicle and the distance between the front and rear. Driving is dangerous. In addition to turning on the anti-fog lights and tail lights, they should also drive at a very slow speed. If the fog is too thick, stop the vehicle and wait for the fog to clear before driving.

Driving in snowy weather. The road surface is slippery, the adhesion is small, and the rear wheel of the car is prone to slipping and idling. When driving, you should start slowly, drive slowly, and drive at a constant speed. Use the brakes should not be urgent, use the brakes as little as possible, and avoid emergency braking. Keep a sufficient distance from the vehicle in front when driving.