You will need
  • - car with automatic transmission.
The statement about the fact that a car with a manual transmission more reliable compared to "machinee", the last being challenged by very powerful arguments.
An indisputable fact: the owner with the practice of driving conventional cars moved to various circumstances in the car with automatics, as a rule, do not bother to study the peculiarities of management of such vehicles. And driving the "old way" just becomes cause of failure of the automatic transmission.
The translation of the gear lever-the machine in operating position only when the brake pedal is pressed, and the movement starts after switching gearsand (felt the characteristic jolt).
Moving in terms of city limits, when you have to stand in traffic jams or wait for a permissive signal of the traffic light, against the advice of the "experts" do not put the lever in neutral. Remember – you have the automatic transmission. "Neutral" in such situations is relevant for mechanical transmission, but not for your machine.
While driving on a long downhill most drivers of classic cars to save fuel is transferred to the mode "roll" by turning off transmissionin a box-the automatic lubrication of the surfaces of friction parts is the oil pump which it is installed. After turning off gearand off the drive of an oil pump and lubricating oil supply stops but the torque continues to be transmitted from the drive wheels of the automatic transmission. About the consequences of such driving can be a long time not to talk – is the inevitable failure of the box-machine.
"Reverse" or otherwise back it is strictly forbidden to include, as long as the machine does not stop completely. The technique is the following:- Tap the brake pedal;
Fully stop the vehicle;
- Enable "reverse";
- Feeling the push start.
There is still a lot of nuances of driving with an automatic transmission, which are learned by the driver during actual driving. But even compliance with these recommendations will prolong the service life of your machine.