Why driving supervisors should take a course: “Your clutch? Use as little as possible. Downshifting is also outdated” | Car

No, hands no longer have to be on the steering wheel at ten to two. And engine braking is really not done, no matter what you learned so many years ago. Driving instructors explain why such mandatory training for supervisors is not a waste of time, because what used to be mandatory for learning to drive is now taboo. “Many supervisors reluctantly start such mandatory training, but they quickly realize that it is really necessary.” Because a lot has changed for those who got their driver’s license about 20 or 40 years ago. From traffic islands to the ‘Dutch reach’.

Steven Swinnen

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01-03-24, 17:22