New Delhi : Clutch plays an important role while driving. The trainers who give motor training to drive a car first order the trainees to press the accelerator and then to change the gear by taking the clutch. Many times these trainers are also found saying that if you take half clutch, only then your car will move forward. The biggest question is what is half clutch driving? What are the advantages and disadvantages of half clutch driving? Come, let us know the answers to these questions…
what is half clutch driving
Let us tell you that half clutch is used while driving on hilly roads, valleys or while climbing heights. Generally half clutch is not used on level or flat roads. Using half clutch in a vehicle going uphill keeps the speed in balance. Motor trainers who provide training for driving never advise the driver to take half clutch on a slope or flat road. While driving on a sloping or flat road, your car starts vibrating if you take half clutch.
What are the advantages and disadvantages of half clutch driving?
At the same time, if you use half clutch while driving a car or any vehicle in your daily routine, then unnecessary pressure on the engine of your vehicle will increase. By doing this the life of the clutch plate also reduces. Driving with half clutch is most beneficial when climbing hilly roads. By using it on a slope, there is a greater possibility of the speed of the vehicle going out of control and in doing so, the vehicle may even roll off the road.
What is cross shaft?
There is a lever inside the transmission, known as the cross shaft. Its function is to transfer the pressure applied on the clutch pedal. When the cross shaft wears out, it can cause trouble pushing the pedals down. Due to this you face difficulty in pressing the clutch. Cross shafts most of the time get damaged due to bad habits of driving the car with the foot on the clutch pedal.