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The road is not a race track, but there is still much to be learned from professional drivers, which can be useful in everyday car driving.

The following article will teach you some tricks that can help you ride your steel horse…

DO NOT focus on the car in front of you

DIRECT VIEW AS FAR AS POSSIBLE

Never look through the bottom of your windshield, aim your eyes as far as you can. Looking far will give your brain an early warning of potential danger, and will send the necessary signals to your hands and feet in a timely manner.

Focus on your goal

Be focused on the point where you want to drive your vehicle, as it subconsciously adjusts your movements so that you reach your final destination. The brain will perform a subconscious synchronization of your hands and feet, which control the steering wheel and press your feet.

PRESS THE TONGUE TO SKY

There are an awful lot of nerve endings in your tongue that send signals to the brain area, which is responsible for balance, among other things. If you press your tongue to the sky, you will become hypersensitive to the behavior of your vehicle and, as a result, be able to react faster when you lose control of your car.

BRAKING WITH YOUR LEFT

Although it may take a bit of exercise, left-foot braking can significantly reduce the stopping time of your vehicle. For cars with automatic transmission, you can do this practice all the time, and with a manual transmission when you do not need to shift. Left foot braking can be of particular benefit to you when driving on freeways.

TURNING, ACCELERATION, BRAKING – ONLY ONE ACTAT THE SAME TIME

While driving, we can accelerate, turn and brake, but it is advisable not to do it at the same time, as it can cause major problems. Although, in some cases in racing may be helpful, but doing so on the road can be dangerous, especially when driving in changing weather conditions.


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