Many people think that automatic transmissions are generally more economical than manual transmissions, so many students, especially female friends, like to choose automatic transmissions, which is easy and convenient to use. But this is not the case for everyone. For example, some young people feel that it is more convenient to not always have gear. But for some experienced drivers, they are still more accustomed to using manual transmission. But you know what? With automatic transmission, you must avoid the following "3 don't," the drivers are all dumb, don't wait until the car is scrapped and then regret it.
The first one is not to shift D gear directly to R gear: D gear belongs to forward gear. If the car is not parked, then switch to R gear directly. The car will be reversed. Over time, the car clutch is seriously damaged and the distance is overhaul It must not be easy. As a car owner, to adapt to car habits, it is best to stop for a few seconds, slowly, and switch again to ensure the car is intact.
The second one is not, the car cannot be reversed without stopping: this is a mistake that many novice drivers and female drivers often make. The car is reversed without stopping. It is time to switch from D to R. The instantaneous reverse rotation pressure will push the reverse gear clutch. If it continues for a long time, it will cause damage to the clutch plate and even the gearbox. Therefore, the most correct parking operation is to stop the car and go to reverse gear.
The last thing is not to press the accelerator to the end. When the throttle of the automatic transmission is pressed to the end, the driving computer will generally determine that the driver needs continuous and stable power, and then downshift. As a result, the corresponding speed will also decrease. Such a kick of the accelerator in the end will not speed up, but may slow down. Therefore, the automatic speed-up operation needs to step on the accelerator step by step.
Well, the above is the "three don'ts" of driving an automatic transmission car. Have you learned it? Don't regret waiting to hurt your car.