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Transmission is an integral part of each car, so before you get behind the wheel of the machine, you must know how to shift gears.And no matter what your car: with an automatic gearbox, or with the "mechanics", because on the basis of PCR and create "automatic".Besides doing training in motoring school, you are unlikely to offer control during practical training machine equipped with an automatic transmission.Basically, the car with the ITUC used in garages driving schools, and not all instructors can explain to the student, as well as a transfer switch.
All vehicles on its technical specifications are different, as well as engines, so specific set of rules on how to properly shift gears does not exist.If some instructors say that the fifth gear on the mechanics corresponds to the speed of 90 km / h and more, more experienced motorists tend to think that fifth gear corresponds to the speed of 140 km / h and above.The same goes for ot
Work and clutch pedals
Before you switch the transmission, press the clutch pedal and the gas pedal at the same time priotpustit.This is very important, because before the transfer shuts down, your car can howl.When you switch the gearbox, observe the speed limits of the machine because switching gear, you change the speed, which should correspond to the frequency of the engine speed when the clutch is turned on.If you have sharply, release the clutch pedal with a significant mismatch between the speed and frequency of speed, the vehicle will twitching.This phenomenon can result in either an emergency or to ensure that the machine stops.
Every driver should know the following feature gearbox - subsequent transfer is picked up with lower speed than the previous one.For example, if you climb "up the hill" in first gear, and the tachometer shows the value of up to 2500 rev / min, and the speed of the machine is 20 km / hour, then switching to second gear, your car will be at the beginning 1700 -1800 rev / min and the speed of 15 km / h.Before you shift gears on the mechanics, you have to reach the acceleration to a specific speed at the level of values corresponding to the next gear.
In most schools, instructors teach their students a smooth releasing the clutch pedal, but it can and does release on the condition that the speed limit of the machine correspond to the values of the engine speed.Thus, if turns are at a level of 3,000 units, it is necessary to disengage the clutch by pushing the pedal to release gas (simultaneously), then enable the subsequent transmission.Then you add gas (RPM value is at a level of 2200-2300 units per minute), and turn on the clutch release pedal.We hope that all of the above has helped you to know at what speed shift gears, so that the machine has not stopped its motion and is not sharply surged forward.
overtaking and bypass obstacles
Naturally, while driving the driver will sometimes overtake the vehicle in front, so he should know how to shift gears in a car when overtaking or driving around certain obstacles.To begin with you should know that such a characteristic as the dynamics of all cars are different.If you are a driver who prefers to control the car at high speeds, and thus does not want to change gear to a lower, you will initially need to consider buying a car with a power unit with a capacity of no less than 250 horsepower.Only those on the technical data engines allow cars to overtake and go around obstacles in fifth gear.
main feature manual transmission - it can be switched to any transfer.So, at what speed to switch to cars with "mechanics", it's up to the driver.However, it should be noted that some experts in their recommendations on how to change gears (video evidence of this on the internet available) argue that inconsistent switching leads to rapid wear of the transmission.For example, if you are standing at a traffic light and immediately turn on the motion fifth gear, the transmission wear.As practice shows, this statement is not true for modern cars.