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  1. #21
    pwede. the car wll still run.(ganito nangyari sa akin nung naputol timing belt, auto shutoff ng engine, the car rolled.. pero kung brake prob. go to the lowerst gear muna (engine braking), then kung slow na, handbrake, neutral then patayin ang makina...to minimize engine damage..

    pero kung emergency, maximized engine brake w/ incremental pull sa handbrake...

    kung talagang wala, engine brake, handbrake, at ibungo mo na sa nearest pole/strong structure.

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    #22
    galit po ba kayo mga kafatid?? parang mga gigil na gigil kasi kayo eh....

    nagpanic yung driver dyan sa sitwasyon na yan.... ngayon kung bakit nagpanic, yan ang hindi natin alam at maraming factor kung bakit nagpapanic ang driver....

    ngayon, syempre kung ikaw ang driver di mo basta basta aaminin na nagpanic ka, kung walang ibang tao na sangkot sa pagpapanic nya eh maghahanap na sya ng ibang bagay na masisisi sa pagpapanic nya.....malamang sa sitwasyon nya eh yung gas pedal na lang ang napagdiskitahan nya....di kasi nya pwedeng sisihin yung traffic light na nag-go na ang syang dahilan kung bakit sya nabangga....herherherehrherehr pwede din nyang pagdiskitahan yung sapatos, tsinelas, mobile phone, manibela, upuan, aircon, sidemirror atbp sa kanyang pagpapanic, pero malamang na na-realize nya na mas malaki ang kasalanan nung gas pedal....

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    #23
    Quote Originally Posted by Kikkomann View Post
    Ito yung madaling sabihin pero mahirap gawin, lalo na pag sobrang bilis at biglaan.
    The key here is practice. Kaya kapag may tinuturuan ako mag-drive, we always practice these scenarios.

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    #24
    Quote Originally Posted by OTEP View Post
    The key here is practice. Kaya kapag may tinuturuan ako mag-drive, we always practice these scenarios.
    IMHO, iba pa rin kasi yung simulated sa actual. And realistically speaking, halos wala namang nakapagpa-practice ng ganito dito satin.

    Teka, bumunggo din yung sasakyan doon sa puno, diba? Bakit parang hindi natinag yung puno?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OTEP View Post
    The key here is practice. Kaya kapag may tinuturuan ako mag-drive, we always practice these scenarios.
    dito na nanggaling ang kasabihan na 'hindi ka pa tunay na driver kung hindi ka pa nababangga/nakakabangga'

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    Quote Originally Posted by boybi View Post
    dito na nanggaling ang kasabihan na 'hindi ka pa tunay na driver kung hindi ka pa nababangga/nakakabangga'
    Parang yung sa pagaaral ng bike ito ah.

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    #27
    Quote Originally Posted by boybi View Post
    dito na nanggaling ang kasabihan na 'hindi ka pa tunay na driver kung hindi ka pa nababangga/nakakabangga'
    he he he not all the times naman po seguro. palagay ko, ang defensive na driver ay ang tunay na driver. kung mainvolve man siya sa isang aksidente, most likely siya binangga. marami akong kaibigan na palagi na lang nababangga o nakabangga. sa ngayon, sa tingin ko, di pa rin tunay na driver. mainit ang ulo lalo na pag may dalang baril.

    back to the topic, sa palagay ko, yong driver/owner either nataranta or stepped on the wrong pedal. instead of hitting the break pedal, gas natadyakan. then nataranta. kahit na sabihin nating na-stuck-up yong gas pedal (which is possible), di dapat ganun kalakas ang impact niya sa bench kung he did hit the break. his speed should have been considerably slow kasi galing siya from stop position and crossing an intersection (tama ba me) and supposed to have stepped on the breaks. kahit papaano, moderate lang ang impact sana.

    opinyon ko lang po yon. kasi nangyari po sa akin yon: stepped on the wrong pedal, then nataranta. kaya i make sure of the location of the pedals in relation to my heel before driving and observe proper distance (para may thinking distance and stopping distance ako). mauna na yong nagmamadali. magastos madisgrasya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kikkomann View Post
    Ito yung madaling sabihin pero mahirap gawin, lalo na pag sobrang bilis at biglaan.
    So true, if it's that easy to "hone" yourself to these situations, there won't be such a thing called "accidents"...

    Unless you KNOW you're driving a crappy, defective car, there's no logical reason why your brain is prepared constantly that something will go wrong, let alone knowing what specifically will go wrong with the vehicle (brakes, steering, etc.)

    Just because an elite soldier is trained constantly doesn't make him impervious in war.

    I'd have to disagree with M2 and Doc here...

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    #29
    theveed,

    based kasi sa kwento... he just came off from full stop, was in the middle of turn (ayala to dela costa) and "lifted off the accelerator pedal to slow down"...

    no mention was given if he attempted to use either the foot or handbrake... so I was assuming that he didn't & just swerved into the pedestrian lane in panic....

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    #30
    i think the driver totally lost it :drive1:

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