Women are often rated as “more careful” than men when participating in traffic. However, although they also use motorbikes every day, not many women know and understand well about the features or details on the car.
Meanwhile, all the details researched by the manufacturer are aimed at meeting certain needs on the user’s car.
If you are also among these, do not miss the article below!
1. Small lever next to the rear brake of the scooter
This very small and seemingly superfluous detail is a safety feature that helps lock the rear wheel brake of scooters (Honda).
– Squeeze the rear brake, and at the same time push the lever so that it locks the handbrake.
At this time, the rear wheel of the vehicle will be firmly braked to prevent it from drifting when standing or stopping the vehicle on a sloped surface.
– If you want to unlock, you just need to squeeze the brake and release. That’s it.
Small levers are a safety feature of motorcycles.
2. Lever under the horn button in carbureted vehicles
The task of this detail is to adjust the opening of the air inlet to the carburetor. If adjusted in a standard way, the car will be able to operate better and save more fuel.
In the unfortunate event that the car is difficult to explode in the morning or after many days of not being used, pull this wind up. The car will be more likely to explode thanks to the increased amount of gasoline entering the combustion chamber.
For many women, this detail seems to be something especially strange, even unknown to the name.
3. Chain visit hole on chain box
Continuing is a detail that is rarely noticed because it is located at the bottom of the car, but also has its own features.
The part is covered by a round plastic cover, located above the chain box of motorcycles, so that users can observe the chain condition (tension, slack or dry chain) for handling.
The part is located on the chain box of the motorcycle, covered by a round plastic cap.
4. Passing button
Passing light is a type of motorcycle flash switch. The effect of this detail is to signal to the vehicle in front or the vehicle in front of the vehicle’s presence or request to pass.
For vehicles traveling long distances on highways or traveling at night, this signal is very useful.
With many scooters, the Passing button is always integrated into the push button to turn on the phase.
5. Motorcycle fuel lock
Motorcycle fuel lock has the form of a rotating blade, usually located under the fuel tank or right next to the carburetor.
The use of a motorcycle gas lock is to prevent the flow of gasoline to the carburetor and is used when moving the vehicle by other means, “choking” the gasoline cannot start the engine or is spilled horizontally leading to fuel leakage.
Motorcycle fuel tank.
6. Rubber or plastic buttons on the dashboard
The button on the car clock is probably more familiar to men than women. This part is often integrated on car clocks with electronic panels.
On each vehicle type, this button will have its own uses, for example:
– On scooters with a Piaggio clock, this button is used to adjust the time.
– On the watches of manual clutch cars such as Winner, Exciter, this button is used to adjust parameters and options on the electronic dashboard.
This button on each vehicle will have different uses and is usually integrated on car clocks with electronic panels.
These are small functions, but have a great effect on our use experience on cars. Especially for the majority of women whose steering is not as “smooth” as men, having a good understanding of the details on the car will make everything easier to handle.