Turn with feeling

The front tires should be either turning or braking, but not both at the same time. On snow and ice, the front wheels have a limited amount of traction. This is why you should always apply the brakes before turning. It’s important to hold the steering wheel correctly (nine and three o’clock) and avoid jerky movements. When the car is losing momentum, though, don’t be afraid to step hard on the gas.

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Published: 5. 3. 2018
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