Drifting is a driving technique and a motor sport where a car slides at an angle, with its side moving in the direction of the turn.
as your coming into a corner, you use the emergency brake to start your car into a slide. you press the gas, let off on the brake and control the drift with the use of the steering wheel and the gas pedal together.
by Roberta McIlroy 7 weeks ago
My 12 year old recently went on a camping trip with some of his dads friends. While on this 'camping' trip the following happened. The old ladys grand-daughter was 'upset' so the woman gave her car keys to my son and told him to take her grand-daughter for a drive. He said it was only...
by Arthur Fontes 8 years ago
Considering the problems Toyota has ran into.If you were in a car that was accelerating on its own would you know what to do to stop it.1. Turn off the key.2. Shift the car into neutral.3. Apply the brake.Any of these steps should at least stop the acceleration of your car.This may seem...
by Nithya Venkat 7 years ago
Just started driving. Any ideas as to how to keep the car in the center of the lane.I seem to be drifting mostly to the right. This is very dangerous. How to I keep my car in the center?
by Junkster 10 years ago
I had a pretty scary/awesome car tire blow out on the motorway last night on the drive home from work and had to change my tire (or remove the shredded one) in the cold wind and mud!I got taught how to do this when I started driving and went away to university but a lot of people I've spoken to do...
by ahmed aboelkhair 3 years ago
What cause the car pull to one side when you apply brake at 60 km/hr?
by pat518 7 years ago
My car makes a loud screeching sound from front passenger side, while I am driving gets worsehappens whether I turn my wheel right left or just driving straight. It comes and goes does not happen all the time. Is it safe to go on a long trip.
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