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Q: How to park on big slopes in snowy days

So I heard don't pull the hand brake as it might be frozen. Do you normally turn the wheels, push into the first clutch or do both?
Which one does less damage to the gear? Thanks.

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Firstly, I'll answer your question.

It depends upon too many factors to answer definitively here. How cold? What car? Over what length of time? How big is the slope? But if it is decent car, probably it is best to use it in most cases.

Now to the second part. What sort of irrelevant 'humble brag' is this?

"Oh, you don't live in China. Your father must be so rich and sophisticated." — because it's summer in China.

"Whoa! You have a car in Waiguo. Your father must be rich."

There is a great website where you can find answers to pathetic humble brag cries for legitimacy. It won't prevent you being a sad wannabe but you can at least appear as though you aren't mentally deficient: https://www.lmgtfy.com/

And lastly, 'parking on big slopes' is not only racist but will most certainly result in you going to prison. Suggesting that behaviour with that language is just wrong dude. It's a Hate-Crime. Not to mention that self-loathing is a treatable personality disorder. Get some help dude.

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just a question.

How does this relate to China?

Hint: (look at the top of this page)

might you not be better asking on a more general forum, such as quora?

 

just asking 

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Firstly, I'll answer your question.

It depends upon too many factors to answer definitively here. How cold? What car? Over what length of time? How big is the slope? But if it is decent car, probably it is best to use it in most cases.

Now to the second part. What sort of irrelevant 'humble brag' is this?

"Oh, you don't live in China. Your father must be so rich and sophisticated." — because it's summer in China.

"Whoa! You have a car in Waiguo. Your father must be rich."

There is a great website where you can find answers to pathetic humble brag cries for legitimacy. It won't prevent you being a sad wannabe but you can at least appear as though you aren't mentally deficient: https://www.lmgtfy.com/

And lastly, 'parking on big slopes' is not only racist but will most certainly result in you going to prison. Suggesting that behaviour with that language is just wrong dude. It's a Hate-Crime. Not to mention that self-loathing is a treatable personality disorder. Get some help dude.

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