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How to prevent the car from stalling when the novice drives on a half slope? How to avoid stalling for many novices, turning on the manual gear to turn off the fire is the most common thing, but it is also the most stressful thing, especially when waiting for the traffic lights and going uphill. Once the car turns off, the first thing is to be afraid of blocking the rear car; the second thing is that the rear car will be more nervous if it presses the horn all the time, resulting in operation errors and unnecessary accidents.

Then you think that only novices will have this problem. Wrong. In fact, many car owners who only drive the automatic transmission model after getting their driver's license suddenly start to use the manual transmission model after a long time. It's the same as just learning the car, even worse. Even what they learned in the driving school has been forgotten. Frequent flameout is inevitable. As you can see, my colleagues have been drivers who have got their driver's license for two years, even worse It's still quite 6 to drive the automatic car, but the flying speed of the company's manual gear is the same as turning off the engine all the way.

Why does it stop frequently?

Seeing my colleague's frequent flameout, I've been telling him how to judge the state of semi linkage, when to release how many clutch and how much accelerator to give, but after he understands these, he will still have flameout when starting, sometimes the car body will jump out. When I saw the way he stepped on the clutch when he started, I found the problem. It turned out that he stepped on the clutch with his left foot in the air.

In fact, there are two main reasons for frequent flameout. The first one is that there is no judgment on the semi linkage of clutch, which belongs to the bad feeling of the car. Simply speaking, I don't know how much clutch should be put in, sometimes it is too large, so the car is directly put out. The second is a common problem for manual novices. Stepping on the clutch with left foot in the air is a pure footwork error. Moreover, most novices mistakenly think that the clutch must be stepped on in the air because of the high clutch position. The flying left foot is difficult to control the scale of the clutch. It is easy to lift it too high suddenly, which directly turns the car off.

How to step on the clutch?

It's not that it's not right to step on the clutch in the air, because after the speed is up, there is basically no need to step on the clutch half linkage above the second gear, and you can step on the clutch in the air to shift gears, but when the first gear starts, you need to learn the following old driver's step on the clutch foot. Temporary name, heel landing.

1、 The main points of footwork: first, step on the clutch with the center of foot, then step on the bottom, and touch the ground with the heel.

2、 When loosening the clutch, take the heel as the fixed fulcrum, slowly lift the foot, and pay attention to the heel not leaving the ground, because the half linkage of the clutch is in the first third of the journey, which is enough to lift the foot up and down.

3、 When the left foot lifts the clutch, the right foot accelerator pulls up the rotation speed to drive the vehicle speed.

4、 After the vehicle starts at normal speed, the heel can leave the ground and completely lift up the clutch.


How about it? Isn't it very simple? After I taught my colleagues, the problem of flameout really eased a lot. It's super practical. He said that only by raising the angle of the sole of the foot, you can clearly control and understand how many clutch you loose, so it's not easy to flameout. For a friend who just went to the driving school to learn the car, you can also adapt to the clutch of driving the school car according to this method, or if you have someone who is learning the car nearby, please tell him how to step on the clutch correctly at a fast speed, which can also reduce the probability of stopping the fire and going to school.