How slow should you be going when making a turn?

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  • Czar Yahya
    Ideally, you slow down to an appropriate turning speed while you're still driving straight. When you start the turn, you should not be also braking, but should be slow enough to turn safely and with minimal centrifugal effect.
  • What causes tires to get unbalanced?

    Another common reason for tire imbalance is the loss of a wheel weight. This can happen when you're driving at high speeds and hit either a speed bump, a sidewalk curb, a deep pothole, or any type of object on the road. Hitting a bump or hole can also cause one or more of the steel tire belts to break.
  • How do I know if my wheels are balanced?

    Part of a video titled How to Tell if Your Vehicle's Tires Need Balancing - YouTube
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    Will disappear. So if you feel that in your car. The vibration disappeared as you increase yourMoreWill disappear. So if you feel that in your car. The vibration disappeared as you increase your speed or decrease your speed.
  • What are the 4 different braking techniques?

    Braking Techniques for Smooth Driving, Control & Reduced Stopping Distance
    • Controlled braking.
    • Threshold braking.
    • Cover braking.
    26 oct 2020
  • How do you stop hard brakes?

    Slow down gradually
    1. Start braking gently.
    2. Brake more firmly to get rid of most of your speed.
    3. Make sure you're in second gear (this will help you slow down too)
    4. As you reach the junction or crossing, press the brake down all the way to come to a complete stop if you need to.
    1 may 2015
  • How do you use a tire balancer?

    Part of a video titled Eastwood Electronic Wheel & Tire Balancer Machine - YouTube
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    Stop moving the wheel and slip the required weights on the wheel rim at the 12 o'clock position. YouMoreStop moving the wheel and slip the required weights on the wheel rim at the 12 o'clock position. You will again lower the to begin the spin cycle for a second time.