Clutch Control At Junctions – Uphill

How to deal with hills


Clutch control at a junction on a hill –

If you’re learning to drive a manual / stick shift car and quite new to it then using clutch control at a junction on a hill can be a scary experience. We have a look at how you can creep forward at a junction using clutch control. Being confident with the biting point and how to creep forward is important before attempting this on a hill. Best to practice on a quiet, flat road first with your driving instructor.

Once you have the biting point you can lower the clutch about the thickness of a pound coin to slow down or raise it slightly to increase speed.

► Clutch control in traffic and how to find the biting point –

If you’re taking driving lessons and have a driving test coming up soon then hopefully this video will help with the learning to drive process.

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