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15 Driving Tricks They Don’t Teach in Driving Schools



How to eliminate blind spots? How do you know when to stop as you are parallel parking? What should you never do before making a left turn?
Even the most experienced drivers don’t always know all the nuances that can make driving easier. Bright Side explains how to feel at ease when driving, learn to avoid dangerous situations and become a confident driver. Every tip we are going to share is very important, so you’d better not miss any of them.

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46 Comments on 15 Driving Tricks They Don’t Teach in Driving Schools

  1. Hey guys! Are you an experienced driver or a beginner? Do you enjoy driving?

  2. I love driving . Nice things

  3. When at a round about watch the oncoming cars wheels and when they straighten out they are exiting and you can go. Faster than waiting to see if they turn off and more reliable than watching their indicator.

  4. Why I feel this is just a hoax all the “information”

  5. you guys should learn how to adjust your mirrors at night properly.the lever should be up in the day and down at night so the lights behind you are on the ceiling of your car not blinding your back seat passengers

  6. In addition to #1, never turn the wheels while the car is stationary. I see so many driver turning the wheels while the vehicle is stopped which 'twists' the tread, allow the vehicle to move forward… or reverse… before turning

  7. Use the AC to clear fogged inside windows… it acts as a dehumidifier

  8. Here's another tip that should be added: Never use cruise-control in bad weather = rain, snow, fog, etc. One would think that this would be common sense, yet I have seen this being done

  9. That last one saved my life

  10. Driving Trick #8 dosent apply in the Philippines lol.

  11. TIMESTAMPS
    Get to know your vehicle 0:48
    Check if all your mirrors are adjusted correctly 1:45
    Don't drive in someone else's blind spot 2:26
    Learn to feel where the wheels are 3:13
    Park guided by your windows and mirrors 3:51
    Learn to drive in bad weather 4:44
    Dry your brakes after driving through a puddle 5:30
    Watch out for the maneuvers of taller cars in front of you 6:06
    If the car doesn’t start, turn the high beams on 6:35
    Lower your rear-view mirror at night 7:00
    Turn on the air conditioner 7:19
    Use the handbrake regularly 7:34
    If a car in the neighboring lane is slowing down, follow suit 7:54
    Don’t let the illusion of low speed deceive you 8:12
    Don’t turn the wheels beforehand when making a left turn 8:44

  12. A great tip for being better at driving is to look over your shoulder for smaller vehicles like bicycles and motorbikes.

  13. New shiny set of wheels

    New Shiny Set Of Wheels

    NEW SHINY SET OF WHEELS

    for the average teen they will probaly some rust bucket unless they work alot or have loaded parents

  14. The first trick I learned from my first instructor: As he was a truck driver, he told me to shift to 2nd gear on the auto transmission car when going up of down steep hills. It is esp. true on less powerful cars. It won't wear out the brakes going downhill that way, and the increased torque adds power when going uphill.

  15. A dead Unicorn? Really? ????????????

  16. Clickbaited Clickbaited Clickbaited !!!…..????????????????????

  17. Number 16, get to the point!

  18. Oh no who ran over the unicorn

  19. You can also see your blind spot if you shoulder check. That's what I do when I drive.

  20. LOL some of these are just way off or a bit contrived. There are better methods.

  21. This is a very bad video

  22. Number three: when breathing, make sure you breathe

  23. The mirror adjustment makes no difference when the car behind you is so close you can't see the front end of the car behind you.  As for driving in snow and control, I used to find an empty parking lot, get up to about 20-30 mph, let off the gas pedal and pull the hand brake hard.

  24. I’m a kid not a dealer devil

  25. 1m54s. Seriously?? A blind spot does not appear when mirrors are not adjusted correctly – they may be there even if the mirrors are adjusted correctly! and FIRST you must adjust your seat correctly, THEN mirrors. What you are showing in 2m04s is a perfect way to get into a trouble!!! you HAVE to see a corner of you car in your side mirrors, otherwise you can't tell how far away is what you see in the mirror!
    AND you have forgotten about THE MOST IMPORTANT thing on earth – THINK! there is no prostatic for that! you may know all the tricks and hints, but if you are not thinking while driving it will inevitably run you into trouble. No matter what!

  26. That mirror adjustment is WRONG! You MUST be able to see a tiny slither of your own vehicle in the very edge of the mirror. If you can't, you have no reference point to know exactly where the other object (car) is….

  27. haha yeah parallel parking isnt bad for me its the driving in bad weather that im scared for and i live in utah haha

  28. I’m a bit confused why it says left turn specifically. Wouldn’t it be the same for right turns?

  29. I've been driving for years, I already know all this stuff.

  30. When doing 80 mph on a highway put the car in reverse

  31. 1:12 what kind of gear setup is that

  32. one more tip for parking : once you have changed the mirror alignment its not like you cant change it again: For parking if youre unsure if you will hit the pavement, just adjust both mirrors to point downwards, that way you will have a much easier time guessing where the pavement and your vehicle is. after successfully parking, readjust the mirrors to the proper position and youre good to go

  33. I don't understand his comment about left turns.

  34. “Aqua planing?” You mean hydro planing?

  35. Very useful tips. Thanks.

  36. This is such a bad video omg and the title doesn't make any sense because all of those things are also learned during driving lessons and the other things are useless to know.

  37. #1 Don't steer underhanded!!!

  38. #14 Haha why do people use their side mirrors as rear view mirrors? When I am directly behind someone, I can see the driver in their side mirror!! You should be able to see the lane beside you, not the lane you are in!

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