Kansei Drift

Kansei Drift is performed at race speeds when, upon entering a high speed corner, a driver lifts his foot off the throttle to induce a mild over steer and then balances the drift through steering and throttle motions. Note that the car used for this style of drift should be a neutral balanced car so that […]

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Braking Drift

Braking drift is performed by late-braking hard into a corner,  which weights the front wheels, and lightens the rears. As the driver steers the car into the corner, while still on the brakes, the car will pivot on the front tires due to the weight unbalance. The resulting loss of grip to the rear tires is […]

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Facts About Car Insurance Policies

Getting your car insured is the best way to give it due protection against any unforeseen events or incidents is through these kinds of policies. According to an agent I met who works with auto insurance red deerthere are five basic facts in understand your insurance rate and the car policy itself.

  1. Ask yourself, how do you keep up with monthly dues and credits?

The rate for which your insurance will be sold for is also determined by your credit score. If you are able to pay dues before the deadline then most likely your scored with a higher rating leading to a lower policy rate. Other factors of credit insurance tracking may also be assessed such as records of previous claims, type of car, place of residence- these elements are studied by the insurer to determine a rate which they are protected and can suffice for your lifestyle.

  1. Do not settle and do not limit your options.

There may be known insurance providers because of their advertisements, or even companies you have purchases policies from before, but do not limit yourself to those options. Instead of allowing your auto insurance policy to just automatically renew the next year, look and read if your profile needs updating such as additional coverage. Check other companies that offer car policies and compare their rates with your existing insurer. There are so many ways to be a vigilant consumer in the market, all it takes is patience.

  1. So you think you can outrun the insurance company? Think again.

There are cases when owners do not pay the insurance company and just transfer to another provider thinking that the policy will cut off. Yes, the coverage will be cancelled but your dues will remain. If the insurer opts to report you, this can damage your chances of applying for lower rates of insurance from other companies, or worse being denied of it. The debt will be there until you pay it off. If you’re thinking about cancelling your existing policy and moving to a new one then properly notify the insurer and settle all payments necessary.

  1. The insurance company is allowed to cancel or not renew your policy any time they deem necessary.

When it has been proven that you violated the terms or guidelines posted in the auto insurance policy, an insurance company may legally cancel your coverage. With non-renewal, there are a variety of factors they may look at to cause a cancelled policy. If you have suspended license, cases filed against traffic violations, and most of all faulty or unnecessary claims then the insurance company may not renew your policy. If you were notified that your policy is cancelled, see to it that you are given with a viable reason on why they opted not to renew. If the notification came without reason, then you should apply for appeal for request.

  1. If you have the fund to pay for the insurance in full, then pay it in full.

As with most items we purchase that can be paid in partial, it is a fact that paying your insurance in full yields a higher saving. The more you divide or prolong your payment, the more fees are added on top of your policy rate. Paying your premium should be a better choice if you have funds ready.

Car insurance policies need not be considered as a liability, but more of an asset. It provides the protection you need to save yourself from unforeseen expenses– overall it’s a great investment for your money.

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Feint Drift

Feint Drift or weight tranfser is performed by rocking the car towards the outside of a turn and then using the rebound of grip to throw the car into the normal cornering direction. This is a rally racing technique used to change vehicle attitudes (weight transfer) during cornering, mainly on tight mountain corners.

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Shift Lock

Shift Lock is performed by letting the revs drop on downshift into a corner and then releasing the clutch to put stress on the driveline to slow the rear tires, inducing an over steer. This is similar to pulling the E-brake through a turn and should be performed on wet surfaces to minimize damage to the […]

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E-Brake Drift

E-Brake Drift is a very basic technique in which the driver pulls the E-Brake (emergency-brake) to induce rear traction loss and balances the drift through steering and throttle play. Note that this can also be used to correct errors or fine tune drift angles.

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