Once you know the driving basics, you should practice car clutch control. It is best to do this on a straight flat road when you first begin.
Start your car and apply the handbrake. As you press the clutch in, put your car in first gear. Next, put your foot on the gas and slowly let out the clutch until you find the biting point.
Next, release the handbrake and the car should start to move very slowly. If you find that the car is gaining too much speed, press the clutch in a little.
Continue practising until you are confident that you can keep the car moving at the same slow but steady pace. Keep your gas pedal steady during the whole exercise. You will be tempted to use the gas pedal but as your clutch plates are not completely engaged, pressing down on the gas will not do much.
When you are moving very slowly your clutch pedal is basically your accelerator which speeds the car up and slows it down.
Now that you have mastered the basics of car clutch control, you are ready to try it on a hill.
Use the exact same technique that you would use on a slight hill while using your handbrake.Once you feel the bite point, release the handbrake and move forward.
You must feel completely confident with the clutch pedal before you try a hill because if you do not depress it correctly it will cause you to roll back.
This may cause you to panic, especially if you are on a steep hill. If you do start to roll back, try not to panic because you will probably stall the vehicle. Instead, press the clutch in as far as you can and then press the brake pedal.
Apply the handbrake again and start the entire process over again. Once you crest the hill and start to move down the other side of it, you will not need to use the clutch anymore.
You can completely release the clutch and start to use the brake instead to control the speed of the car.Visit Our Google+ Page