This post was last updated on July 24th, 2018 at 01:33 pm
Due to the advancement in technology, many configurations on cars are gradually becoming more popular and enriched. The configuration of the high-end cars is now basically available in all cars. This is the case with “Automatic parking”. This article is for enlightenment on using automatic parking correctly. I believe you will learn one or two things from it.
Using automatic parking: What is the automatic parking?
Primarily, the role of the automatic parking is to park the vehicle when it stops. Specifically, we encountered a red light in front of the car, then stop, release the brake pedal, the automatic parking will start, it will lock the wheel, it will automatically unlock when the accelerator pedal is pressed Wheels, of course, this action is very fast, at least faster than when you lift up and press the electronic handbrake.
Important notice: In some cars, this function is not perfect. There may be some unexpected situations, such as “smashing the car”. Please, always pay attention when using it.
Using automatic parking correctly in supported vehicles
First off, fasten the seatbelt and activate the auto function during driving. When the vehicle is completely stopped, the brake can be released. There will be a parking sign on the instrument panel. The car will always be stationary and the gear can be kept at the same time. D or N file. The brake can be released by tapping the throttle. When you get off the car, remember to change back to the P file and pull the handbrake.