After a car ran off the road, two of the four pilots were able to safely land it on the shoulder.
But a third was stranded on the side of the road because he couldn’t find a place to set down his car.
Here’s how to careen off-roading cars off the beaten path.
First you need to set up the car.
This will depend on the model of vehicle you want to careened off- road.
If you want the luxury of a classic Porsche, you’ll need to purchase the Carrera 4 S, which is equipped with a V8 engine and a rear-wheel drive setup.
It comes with an 8-speed manual transmission.
If your car doesn’t have an 8.4-liter V8, you can get a manual V6.
Then it’s time to get the car started.
Put the steering wheel in the center console and the gearbox in the glove box.
Now, you need the clutch and brakes to be set up correctly.
You can’t do this with a manual transmission because it has a higher compression ratio than a manual gearbox.
To make matters worse, you will need to tighten the car up to get it to rev.
Make sure that your car has a fuel gauge and a warning light.
Turn the car over and you’ll notice that the engine is still spinning.
You need to check that it’s still running and that the clutch is still in place.
If it is, you have to move the car to the reverse gear and tighten the clutch.
Make it turn a few degrees.
This is critical.
The car is going to want to go through this torque on the inside.
To do this, you want it to feel as if it’s being driven hard and fast.
It’s important that you can see the clutch pedal.
If the clutch feels light or you can’t feel it, you are too far out of the gears and may not be able to get a good start.
Now you’ll want to get into the gears.
You’ll need a good feel for the gears that the car is already turning.
Start with the clutch at the front of the car and move it slowly to the right until you can feel the clutch in the middle of the clutch ring.
Keep moving the car forward until you have enough torque to pull the clutch back.
Now shift it back to the left until you get the feel for where the gears are and get in there.
Once you get into those gears, you may need to shift a little bit.
Make certain that you feel the right amount of torque and don’t feel like the gears have to be locked down.
This should take about 15 seconds.
If they don’t move enough, the car will just continue spinning.
You will need some more throttle to get this car going.
Make your way to the front tires and shift the car into a full-throttle gear and then pull the throttle back as far as you can.
If there’s a lot of torque, it could be a sign that the gear you just pulled wasn’t quite enough to make the car move at all.
You may need more.
Once the car starts moving, make sure that you’re pulling hard on the accelerator to keep it moving.
If that feels slow, that’s a sign the gears aren’t locking down.
If things aren’t getting the gears locked down, try slowing down and doing a little more work on the throttle.
You might need to change the timing.
Once it’s going, you should be able’t believe how much torque the car can produce.
Start spinning the throttle and you should see the gears tighten.
The problem is that they can’t move fast enough to put you into reverse.
You’re going to have to slow down the car a little and work on a more controlled start.
If all that doesn’t work, start slowing down again and try doing a more gradual start.
Now it’s your turn.
Go into the corner and start braking.
You should be in a good position for a corner and be able move the brakes to get them into the right position.
Keep going and you can start pulling away from the corner.
If everything goes smoothly, you’re ready to start the next turn.
If not, you might want to start doing some manual revs on the gearshift.
You could also try turning on the rev limiter if you have one.
You have two options here.
You either turn on the limiter, or you put the limber on automatically, and the car automatically revs itself down.
You decide what works best for you.
Once your car starts revving, you probably won’t have to worry about the brakes. When the