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bulk feed truck snow driving skills

  • Author:changjie
  • Release on :2016-06-07

Do not worry bulk feed truck driving snow hit the steering wheel, hard acceleration or braking, keep the ground at low speed. Icy and snowy day lead to muddy roads, the tire grip drops. Bulk feed the car driving to road icing, tap the accelerator, do not slam on the brakes, skidding occurs when the escape vehicle or pedestrian immediately release the brake. Do not change lanes frequently, in turn, the first slow down, slow turn, appropriate to increase the turning radius of the steering wheel and slow play, or prone to sliding.

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There is snow or ice on ramps, uphill, and keeping a long distance away from the car, one breath to complete the climb. If the feed truck wheel slippage occurs, sprinkle some sand in the front and rear wheels can increase tire friction materials. Downhill, it will block traffic smoothly.

In the icy roads to low slowly, slowly lift the throttle decelerate using the engine brake when necessary. Do fierce refueling, tire rotates at high speed when the reduced ability to grip, easy to slip. Bulk feed truck drivers must slow loose clutch, tap the accelerator, in motion if slipping occurs, immediately loosen the accelerator, steering wheel adjustment light, so that the feed truck in the right lane.

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Recommended to install snow chains to increase the capacity of the tire friction, or let go of a little bit of gas under normal tire pressure, increasing the contact area of ​​the tire, thus increasing the grip of the tire.