It is best to go around in areas with unexplained stagnant water, and you should not get off to check the depth of accumulated water. After determining the condition of the accumulated water, keep the throttle over the water area at a low speed. After leaving the wading area, continue to drive at a lower speed for a while, lightly apply the brakes to dry the brake discs and brake pads, and notice that the speed must be slow. Repeatedly and repeatedly, the brake pads generate heat through friction to evaporate and drain water, restore braking capacity, and avoid affecting the braking effect.
Brake pads: Also known as brake pads, are the actuators in the brake system. The quality of the brakes directly affects the performance of the brakes. When the brake pedal is depressed, the brake pads will be pressed against the brake discs to prevent the wheels from rotating. Different driving habits can make a huge difference in the wear of the brake pads. It is recommended to check and replace them in time. The
Special reminder: If the vehicle stalls in the water, do not re-ignite, you should contact the rescue in a timely manner. The best way to do this is to let people on the bus jump out of the window from the window, release the handbrake, and push the vehicle out or use a trailer to pull out of the puddle.