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WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU HAVE A TYRE BLOWOUT


There are 6 simple steps to take within a maximum of 2 minutes in other to save your life and that of those around you. These steps are often implemented by grace for I can't say here that practice makes perfect but in the event, it is necessary for you to keep calm, stay focus and follow these steps in other to saves.  



They are as follow:
(1) DON'T PANIC in the event of a blowout, calm yourself down fast because your car will start misbehaving and you need to take charge.  

(2) Hold FIRMLY to your steering wheel with both hands, NO VIGOROUS TURNING, as you concentrate on the road and your mirrors, in seconds study the movement pattern of the car. Your car will naturally swerve to the direction of the burst tyre.

(3) Gradually take off your foot from the accelerator, DON'T EVER ATTEMPT TO HIT THE BRAKES, IF YOU DO, THERE IS A 95% CHANCE THAT YOUR CAR WILL SOMERSAULT. The car will decelerate gradually while you concentrate on the road to avoid collision with any other road user.

(4) Disengage the gears of the car by shifting to neutral (N) as you still maintain a firm grip on the steering wheel and put your eyes on the road.

(5) After a while depending on your initial speed, your car comes to a speed less than 60km/h when it is now safe to GRADUALLY apply the brakes and navigate to the side walk

(6) Ultimately, it is now safe to put the car to a complete stop and turn off the engine. You have just saved yourself and passengers from untimely death.


NOTE:
Of course, everyone in the car will be in a panic mode BUT this is NOT THE TIME TO LISTEN TO THEM, it is TIME TO CONCENTRATE.


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