Q: Standard car rolling backwards on a hill / Space between vehicles when stopped
Question: When stopped on a hill while driving a car with a manual transmission there is always a chance of some roll back. If your car does roll back and hits the car behind you, who would be at fault? Do you need to leave…
How To Drive Question: How can I do a hill start without rolling back in an automatic?
Hope you don’t mind some multitasking: Use both feet You could use 2 feet on the pedals (and this is the only time you should use 2 feet with the pedals while driving an automatic.) After you stop normally, move your left foot onto…
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