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Offline Tanim  
#1 Posted : 05 October 2018 08:56:54(UTC)
Tanim


Posts: 307
Location: Tyne and Wear

So the stop-start is designed to save fuel but when you take foot off the brake car rolls back a bit. Now if some knob decides to stop right behind you without leaving enough gap then there's always a worry, specially uphill! I get paranoid.

I recently found out that pressing the flappy-paddle car restarts while brakes are still fully applied, so car driven on without rolling back - at all. I normally use the left paddle (gear down) for it, found it to be very useful.

Edited by user 05 October 2018 08:57:32(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

Offline Penn  
#2 Posted : 05 October 2018 12:58:25(UTC)
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Posts: 3,090

That’s what a handbrake is for.
Offline Tanim  
#3 Posted : 05 October 2018 13:42:03(UTC)
Tanim


Posts: 307
Location: Tyne and Wear

I refuse to put handbrakes up and then down 3 times per minute for an hour...every day LOL
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