How to JUDGE LEFT Side of CAR - Super TRICK.

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മലയാളത്തിൽ || How To Practice Left side judgement For Beginners

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Do you drive a car with an automatic transmission? 🚕 The interface of automatic vehicles is often simpler, and new drivers don't have to struggle with a seemingly unruly stick shift and clutch. But there are still some ways you can mess up your transmission. Here are 7 of the most dangerous mistakes you can make when driving an automatic! 📣 TIMESTAMPS: Don't shift from "drive" to "reverse" before your car stops moving 1:06 Never put your car in "park" before it stops completely 1:55 Don't put it in "neutral" at stop lights 2:56 Don't coast in "neutral" 3:53 Never “launch” your car from a standstill 4:44 Avoid keeping the gas tank on low 5:48 Do not let water get in the transmission 6:31 #automatictransmission #drivinghacks #drivingtips Music: SUMMARY: - If your brakes wear down, replacing them will cost you around $200. But by constantly shifting from "drive" to "reverse" while the car’s still rolling, get ready for damage that can run you at least $2,500. - When you throw it in “park,” a pin locks the transmission output shaft, which connects it to the wheels of your car. But if the car’s still rolling when you do this, either the locking pin or the output shaft may break or become eroded. - It's better to keep your car in "drive" than to switch it to "neutral" when stopped at a light. First of all, when your car’s in "neutral," you don't have as much control over it. So if you need to make some emergency maneuver, you may not be able to execute it in time. - Cars with automatic engines are designed in such a way that they save fuel even if the gear is in "drive." They simply cut the fuel supply when you're going downhill. - Plenty of drivers launch their cars all the time. This causes serious harm to the bands and clutches of the automatic transmission. When you shift, they use friction to move definite parts. - Ignoring the low fuel light may eventually cost you much more than just filling your tank up, especially if your car has an automatic transmission. - If water gets into the transmission, you're in big trouble. Even the smallest amount of water, just an ounce, can wreak havoc on your car’s transmission to the point that it needs replaced. Subscribe to Bright Side : ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: Instagram: 5-Minute Crafts Youtube: ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit:

Normal Driving Position - Pull up Left Position - Solution for Left & Right Confusion!

Normal Driving Position - Pull up Left Position - Solution for Left & Right Confusion! A great video for reference on normal driving position and pull up on the left position, and also this video gives a great solution for all those who gets confused on their left and right. Normal Driving Position Reference: Many learners in the beginning they get the normal driving position wrong. They, mostly, drive too far from the kerb/pavement. They feel they’re too close to the kerb or they feel they’ll hit the kerb so they drive too much away from the kerb or pavement. The main reason they feel they’re too close to kerb or feel they’ll hit kerb is because they’re looking too close. They’re looking just at the front of their vehicle and to near to the kerb and that’s the biggest mistake the learners make in the beginning of their learning to drive journey. To get the position right, where you’re looking on the road makes all the difference. If you’re looking too near on the road you’ll feel you’re too close or near to hitting the kerb. Your looking shouldn’t be to close to your vehicle, or too close to the kerb. You should be looking far and follow the kerb, and also not far following the middle line. Following the middle line will also make you drive too far from the kerb. So looking far and following the kerb on the left is the answer to being in a good normal driving position. Reference for pull up on the Left position: Find a safe place to stop, then with the MSM routine slow the vehicle and start to move towards left to pull up. To get close to the kerb for a stopping position look at the kerb near to you and use the left-side mirror to see the distance from the kerb. If the distance is too far from the kerb then with little steering towards left keep moving and straight up and stop when the distance from the kerb is in parking position. When the vehicle is parked nicely near the kerb, my advice is to keep a reference on the dashboard where the kerb is so on next pull in the left this reference can be used to park easily. Left and Right Confusion: Many learners gets confused with the left and right. Mostly, whenever they’re instructed to go left or right they’re thinking the opposite and this something they can’t help it, it’s something they just do and think automatically. Those learners with this little problem I advice them to write letter L for Left on the left hand and write the letter R for right on the right hand and every time they’re told to go left or righteous ht they should look at their hands to remind them the direction they’re about to go. This works all the time for the learners with this little confusion problem. Watch other videos on my channel:

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