How To Learn Driving A Matic Car For Beginners


The more crowded traffic conditions coupled with congestion, it makes driving model to stop and go. If using a car with a manual transmission, then the legs will be easily tired because they must often step on the clutch pedal deeply. This then makes the car with a matic transmission more attractive. Moreover, coupled with the better technology of automatic transmission on the car.

For those who are accustomed to driving a car matic certainly think that driving a car matic is very easy. But not so with those who are accustomed to driving a manual car, or also a new one will learn to drive a car. Still needed the process of adaptation and learning about how to drive the correct car matic.


Actually, in the manual of course explained some important features that exist on your car before you ride. But to help make it easy, here are some tips to learn driving a matic car for beginners who are just learning to drive a car, or have never been driving an automatic transmission car.

How To Learn Driving A Matic Car

1. Understand Car Steering Equipment


Matic car certainly has a different steering wheel with manual transmission car. For example, there are only two pedals that accelerate pedals (gas) and brakes without any clutch pedal. In addition the matic car transmission lever is also different and comes with letters.

2. Understand the Meaning of Letters in the Transmission Lever Panel
 

In the automatic car transmission lever panel is always equipped with several letters. Generally the letters are P, D, N and R. Some of which may be different are the presence of numbers 3 and 2, the letter L or number 1, the letter B and the + and - sign-.

The arrangement of letters and numbers depends on the type of matic transmission used on the car. But for the most frequently encountered, its function is:

◦D: Used to make the car move forward when the accelerator is stepped on (Drive).
◦R: Used to make the car move backwards.
◦P: Used when the car stops in the old condition or parking.
◦N: Used when the car paused. For example a red light or a standstill.
◦B: Brake or boost. Usually in CVT matic car. Used to get the engine brake when the street is down, and raise the RPM while on the road uphill.
◦Number 3, 2 and 1 / L: Functions the same as manual transmission position in car. Approximately to overdrive the transmission of the car when it requires acceleration, power or engine brake.


3. Make sure P or N Transmission When Powering the Car

Once you know the features and driving tools on your matic car, it's time to start the car engine. But before turning on the engine, make sure the transmission lever is in position P or N. Thus, the car does not run immediately when the engine is turned on.

4. Alter the Brakes Before Changing the Transmission Lever

In manual cars, most people rely on handbrake and clutch when new will put the teeth into position 1 and will start running. But in automatic transmission, you have to be a little more careful. Make sure you've stepped on the brake pedal before replacing the transmission lever. This is to prevent the car from running as soon as the transmission lever is in or passing R or D position.

Usually, when the car is parked from position P and will go forward, the transmission lever will pass the position R. If not step on the brake, let alone hand brake has been removed, then the car will immediately move backwards. This is what often causes accidents in the parking lot.

Once you understand the early workings of driving a car matic, then first identify the character of the car and the transmission of your matic car. After that, then learn how to overdrive, engine brake or also hold. The latest car matic of course has been equipped with the latest features also on the transmission technology. Understand well to make it easier for you to control it.




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