WATCH | Driver Of Automatic Mercedes Reminds Us Why We Should Always Use The Correct Pedal When Parking!

One of the good things about the proliferation of digital doorbells such as Ring Doorbells is that we get to see things we would not ordinarily see.

I mean, how many of you have seen somebody try to park their automatic Mercedes, only to end up in a bush outside the front of their house?

I like to think of the video below as a training video that we all can use to remind people who drive automatic vehicles why it is essential always to remember which of the two pedals at your feet does what.

Thankfully, the driver of this Mercedes was not hurt.

Unfortunately, the same cannot be said for the bush or the driver’s pride.

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One thought on “WATCH | Driver Of Automatic Mercedes Reminds Us Why We Should Always Use The Correct Pedal When Parking!

  1. I was taught to always use two feet with an auto in London many years ago, especially when running full B&T when the time (and distance) to change from throttle to brake can be the difference between a safe stop/avoidance or a very expensive and damaging crash. Most drivers when they first change from manual to auto are told not to use their left foot for braking as they tend to self-servo as their muscle memory is for the clutch, bad car design pushing the brake pedal further right thus making it difficult to two footing doesn’t help the relearning process. The ability to launch an auto hard without trying is also a factor.

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