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Yağmurda otomobil sürmek ! Bu yazı hayatınızı kurtarabilir..

SAĞANAK YAĞIŞTA ETKİN GÖRÜŞ

Yoğun bir sağanak altında otomobil kullanırken nasıl iyi bir görüş elde edilir?

Neden bu kadar etkin olduğundan emin değiliz; bu metodu yoğun yağmur altında sadece bir deneyin.

Bana bu metodu, deneyen ve gerçekten işe yaradığını tespit eden bir polis arkadaşım verdi.

Çok yararlı, hatta gece sürüşünde dahi..

Bu metod yıllarca Kanada Askeri Sürücüleri tarafından kullanılmış.

Bir çok sürücü yoğun sağanak sırasında silecekleri yüksek ya da en hızlı konumda çalıştırır, ve buna rağmen ön camdaki görüntü netliği yeterli olmaz.

Böyle bir durumla karşılaştığınızda hemen güneş gözlüklerinizi takın (modeli farketmez), ve mucize!!! Aniden görüşünüz, yağmur yağmıyormuşcasına mükemmel bir netlik kazanacak.

Aracınızda her zaman bir güneş gözlüğü bulundurduğunuzdan emin olun.

Sadece net bir görüşle emniyetli bir sürüş gerçekleştirmekle kalmayın, bu fikri arkadaşınızla paylaşarak onun da hayatını kurtarın.

Deneyin ve arkadaşlarınızla deneyiminizi paylaşın.

İnanılmaz, cam üzerindeki damlaları hâlâ görüyorsunuz ama yağmur suyunun oluşturduğu tabakayı görmüyorsunuz.

Yağmurun yoldaki sıçramasını görebiliyorsunuz. Aynı zamanda, sollanan ya da takip edilen aracın sıçrattığı sudan kaynaklanan körlüğü de bertaraf edebiliyorsunuz (ya da güneş gözlüğü kullanmayıp şikayet edeceksiniz).

Sürücü eğitimlerinde bu küçük ipucunu mutlaka öğretmeliler. Gerçekten de işe yarıyor.

Yoğun BEYAZ ışık veren sis farlarının, işe yaramamasının nedeni de benzerdir. SARI ışık veren sis farları ise gece, tipi ve kar yağışlı havalarda çok işe yarar, kar taneleri hemen hemen görünmez olur.

Ama SARI sis farları YAĞMUR ve SİS'te hiç işe yaramaz.

Sıradaki uyarı da çok önemli! Kaç kişi bunu biliyor merak ediyorum.

36 yaşındaki bir kadın sürücü, birkaç hafta önce bir kaza geçirdi ve araç pert oldu.

Kinburn, Ontario'da yaşayan sürücü, Kinburn ile Ottawa arasında seyahat etmekteydi.

Her ne kadar aşırı değilse de, hava yağmurluydu. Araç aniden kızaklama yaptı ve kelimenin tam anlamıyla havada uçtu...

Kadın ciddi bir şekilde yaralanmadı ama aniden meydana gelen bu durum karşısında çok şaşkındı.

Durumu otoyol polisine anlattı ve memur, herkesin bilmesi gereken şeyler söyledi:

YAĞMURLU HAVADA ARACINIZI ASLA CRUISE KONTROL KONUMUNDA SÜRMEYİN.

Aslında kadın cruise kontrol konumunda sürerek ihtiyatlı davrandığını ve tutarlı bir hızla sürerek emniyetli bir davranış sergilediğini düşünüyordu.

Ama memur ona yağmurlu havada aracının cruise kontol konumunda olmasının, kızaklama yapmasına ve lastiklerin asfaltla temasının kesilmesi ile aracın yüksek oranda hızlanmasına ve tıpkı bir uçak gibi kalkışa geçmesine neden olabileceğini anlattı.

Kadın başına gelenin aynı memurun anlattığı gibi olduğunu söyledi.

Memur tüm araçların güneşliklerinde hava yastığı uyarısı ile birlikte şu uyarının da yazılı olması gerektiğini söyledi:

YOL ZEMİNİ ISLAK YA DA BUZLU İSE KESİNLİKLE CRUISE KONTROL KONUMUNDA SÜRMEYİNİZ.

Bizler genç çocuklarımıza cruise kontrol konumunda güvenli bir hızda sürmelerini söylüyoruz, ama cruise kontrolünü sadece yol zemini KURU iken kullanın demiyoruz.

NOT: Bazı araçlarda (Toyota Sienna Limited XLE gibi) silecekler çalışır durumdayken Cruise Kontrol Modu' nu devreye almanıza izin vermeyen bir sistem bulunmaktadır.

Eğer bu bilgiyi diğerleri ile paylaşırsanız ve paylaştığınız kişilerden sadece bir kişi bile bilmiyor olsa, herşeye değecektir!... Bir hayat kurtarmış olabilirsiniz!...

Çeviri: Cengiz Durmaz

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yağmurlu havada güneş gözlüğü biraz mantıksız bir fikir gibi geldi bana ama denemekte fayda var. yinede güzel paylaşım teşekkürler..

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Bilgilendirme güzel, paylaşım için teşekkürler fakat  cruise controlün böyle bişey nasıl sebep olduğu ve hidroplaninge etkisi nasıl olur diye biraz kafa yordum, mantıklı bir açıklama getirdim kendi kendime lakin internette araştırınca biraz, tahmin ettiğim mantığı daha güzel ve paylaşılan maille ilişkilendirerek açıklayan geniş bir yazı buldum, ingilizcesi idare edebilecek arkadaşlar için faydalı olabileceğini düşünüyorum;

Cruise Control Hydroplane Warning

Summary:

Email forward warns that drivers should not use cruise control in wet conditions because its use can cause the vehicle to accelerate and fly through the air if it hits standing water and hydroplanes (Full commentary below.)

Status:

Contains some valid information, but the message is misleading and alarmist.

Example:(Submitted, May 2006)

Subject: Fw: Great safety tip

NEVER KNEW THIS BEFORE

I wonder how many people know about this?

A 36-year-old female had an accident several weeks ago and totalled her car. A resident of Wollongong, NSW, she was travelling between Wollongong & Sydney. It was raining, though not excessively, when her car suddenly began to hydroplane and literally flew through the air.

She was not seriously injured but very stunned at the sudden occurrence!

When she explained to the policeman what had happened, he told her something that every driver should know - NEVER DRIVE IN THE RAIN WITH YOUR CRUISE CONTROL ON. She had thought she was being cautious by setting the cruise control and maintaining a safe consistent speed in the rain. But the policeman told her that if the cruise control is on and your car begins to hydroplane -- when your tyres lose contact with the pavement, your car will accelerate to a higher rate of speed and you take off like an airplane. She told the policeman that was exactly what had occurred.

The policeman estimated her car was actually travelling through the air At 10 to 15 kms per hour faster than the speed set on the cruise control.

The policeman said this warning should be listed, on the driver's seat sun-visor - NEVER USE THE CRUISE CONTROL WHEN THE PAVEMENT IS WET OR ICY, along with the airbag warning. We tell our teenagers to set the cruise control and drive a safe speed - but we don't tell them to use the cruise control only when the road is dry.

The only person the accident victim found, who knew this (besides the policeman), was a man who had had a similar accident, totalled his car and sustained severe injuries. If you send this to 15 people and only one of them doesn't know about this, then it was all worth it. You might have saved a life

Commentary:

This email forward warns that drivers should not use cruise control in the rain. The message claims that using cruise control can actually cause the vehicle to accelerate through the air if it hits standing water and hydroplanes (aquaplanes).

While the core claim (don't use cruise control in wet conditions) is valid, the message seriously mangles the facts and is therefore misleading and overly alarmist.

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An emailed warning about using cruise control in the wet contains elements of truth but is otherwise misleading and inaccurate Certainly, using your vehicle's cruise control in wet or icy conditions can be dangerous - but not for the reasons outlined in this warning message. It almost goes without saying that aquaplaning can occur regardless of whether cruise control is engaged or not. Aquaplaning occurs when a tyre's grooves cannot remove water quickly enough and the tyre therefore loses contact with the road surface and skims across the top of the standing water. Car accidents often happen as a result of aquaplaning, but in many cases this is due to poorly maintained vehicles, driver inattention or poor road conditions and has nothing at all to do with cruise control.

That said, if cruise control is engaged when aquaplaning occurs, the driver's subsequent reaction could make the encounter worse than it may have otherwise been. For example, the driver may hit the brake heavily to disengage cruise control and this could lock up the wheels completely. Furthermore, drivers often move their feet away from the pedals when cruise control is engaged and they may also be a little less attentive than normal. In an aquaplaning situation the small delay caused by these factors could equate to the difference between a safe recovery and a serious accident. Also, an inattentive driver could hit the accelerator instead of the brake to disengage cruise control, and this could of course speed up the vehicle and lead to loss of control.

However, the claim in the message that cruise control itself can actually make the vehicle accelerate and fly through the air in a hydroplaning situation is dubious at best. A CarPoint Australia article that debunks the claims in the email notes:

This is the key that makes a nonsense of the email. Modern cars take their speedo reading from the driveshaft or transmission. This means the cruise control bases its responses on the speed of the driven wheels, not the car itself. This is an important distinction and fail safe position.

If the driven wheels skid because they lose grip, the spinning wheels will cause the speedo to show a higher reading which will force the cruise control to release the throttle faster than most drivers. Regardless of whether the car itself slows down or speeds up, the cruise control will always reduce the throttle no matter what until the driven wheels slow down back to the pre-set speed.

If the wheels continue to slip under this scenario, this will always leave the car travelling more slowly relative to the road, not faster as described in the email.

This finding is confirmed by the RAA's Technical Manager Mark Borlace, who explains:

"Should the car's tyres break traction with the road, such as in an aquaplane situation, the increase in wheel speed would be sensed and the cruise control system would then reduce the amount of throttle and maintain the set speed."

"Additionally, cruise control systems are deactivated as soon as the brake is applied. As braking is usually an automatic reaction in most emergency situations, the scenario of cruise control causing an increase in vehicle speed is highly unlikely."

Thus, there is no inherent factor in the cruise control mechanism itself that could lead to a hydroplaning vehicle speeding up and flying through the air.

Like many email "warnings" there is no way of verifying if the event described in the message actually occurred or was simply added to drive home the core points. The version included here is set in Australia. However, other versions with virtually identical wording have featured US place names. Another popular version changes the location to a road between Gladewater & Kilgore, Texas. This duplication implies that, at least for later versions of the message, the perpetrator is not relating an actual incident he or she has experienced but has simply altered an existing message to fit local conditions.

The bottom line? Using cruise control in wet conditions certainly can be dangerous but it will NOT cause your vehicle to speed up and fly through the air. Engaging cruise control in any road situation that is less than optimal is ill-advised. Such road situations include not only wet and rainy conditions , but also icy roads, high traffic, poor visibility and rough, narrow, hilly or excessively bendy roads. However, do we really need an unverified and factually dubious email forward to make us aware of such factors? I would hope that not using cruise control in wet or other potentially dangerous conditions would simply be common sense for any responsible driver.

Kaynak : http://www.hoax-slayer.com/cruise-control-warning.html

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Okuyan çıkar mı bilmiyorum, hatta başlıkta yazı kalabalığı oluyor gibi, ama gördüğüm kadarıyla forumdaki herkes bilgiye aç (ben çok biliyorum demek istemedim yanlış anlaşılmalar olmasın) ve olayların mantığını anlayıp irdelemeyi seven insanlardan oluşan bir topluluğuz, merak edenler için hidroplaning ve cruise control hakkında kısa (!) bir yazı daha ;

Cruise Control and Aquaplaning: the facts (April 2006)

Words - Joe Kenwright

Alarmist e-mails about the dangers of cruise control and various media attempts to clarify the issues have left some motorists more confused than ever.

NEWS FEATURE: Joe Kenwright looks at how cruise control works and takes a more realistic look at the situations that could land you in trouble

Background

Cruise control is one of those 'magical' devices in the modern car that few people understand. It is the perfect candidate for anonymous emails that purport to present an assessment or conclusion by so-called experts.

In the case of cruise control, it's very easy to imagine a rogue computer taking over, speeding your car out of control and leaving you and your car in a smouldering mess. In reality, cruise control has been in everyday use for at least 40 years and existed on cars well before computers. It is one of the most simple, refined and reliable of car accessories and while modern computer power has smoothed out cruise control operation, the basic operating principles haven't changed over that period.

The following is typical of what is being circulated with lifesaving earnestness:

"A 36-year-old female was travelling between Wollongong and Sydney.

It was raining, though not excessively, when her car suddenly began to hydroplane and literally flew through the air. When she explained to the policeman what had happened, he told her something that every driver should know -- NEVER DRIVE IN THE RAIN WITH YOUR CRUISE CONTROL ON.

The policeman told her that if the cruise control is on and your car begins to hydroplane -- when your tyres lose contact with the pavement, your car will accelerate to a higher rate of speed and you take off like an airplane. She told the policeman that was exactly what had occurred. The policeman estimated her car was actually travelling through the air at 10 to 15km/h faster than the speed set on the cruise control.

The policeman said this warning should be listed, on the driver's seat sun-visor - NEVER USE THE CRUISE CONTROL WHEN THE PAVEMENT IS WET OR ICY."

So is this assertion true or false? The final conclusion and advice might be sound advice but not for the reasons given. Aquaplaning (sometimes referred to 'hydroplaning') can happen if there is standing water whether cruise control is in operation or not. (Ed: as far as accelerating when traction is lost -- that's a furphy!) Indeed, far from being the absolute cause, cruise control is almost a red herring in the above scenario.

How does cruise control work?

It was common for cars prior to 1950 to feature a hand throttle. Instead of having to keep your foot on the accelerator for hours on end, you simply pulled out a knob to match the amount of accelerator you needed and lifted your foot. Serious four-wheel drives still have them so your foot doesn't bounce off the accelerator in rough territory.

Using a hand throttle at speed ultimately proved too dangerous as traffic increased. The car could run away downhill, would slow going up hills and would overcome the brakes if you forgot to disengage it. If you forgot that you were using it and pressed the clutch pedal, you could damage the engine as it over-revved.

The hand throttle was best forgotten on road cars and disappeared entirely. The Alfa Romeo GTV6 was the last modern car to offer a hand throttle but it was more often used by owners to allow the engine to run smoothly during warm-up.

Then someone had the bright idea of powering a hand throttle with an electric solenoid or vacuum-powered mechanism which was linked to the speedo. If the car slowed below the pre-set speed going up a hill or into the wind, the mechanism would automatically pull on the throttle cable to access extra power then it would stop as soon as the set speed was reached again. If the car sped up over the set speed, it would lift off pressure on the accelerator until the car returned to the pre-set speed. It was that simple.

Computer controls for today's accelerators make this process even more accurate, smoother and responsive.

It was then a case of attaching a safety switch to the brakes so that as soon as you hit the brake pedal, it would cancel the cruise control. On manual cars, a similar switch was fitted to the clutch pedal so if you tried to change gear while the cruise control was on, it would cancel before the engine could over-rev.

Who invented cruise control?

It is widely acknowledged that Ralph Teetor, a blind and talented US engineer, was prompted by a ride with his lawyer to develop the cruise control. The lawyer was a serious chatterbox who sped up and slowed down according to the conversation, a tendency that disturbed the blind Teetor enough for him to pursue a patent on the device as early as 1945.

Chrysler was the first to fit it to certain upper level models in 1958 followed by Cadillac's across the range fitment in 1960.

Can a cruise control speed up a car beyond the pre-set speed?

No, but basic versions can't apply the brakes if a downhill grade causes the car to speed up. If the engine is not strong enough to hold the car downhill, most cars will go over the set speed even if the cruise control has shut down the throttle completely.

In this case, the car speeds up because a lower gear has not been selected, not because of the cruise control. New grade control logic in the latest automatic transmissions are now reading this situation and changing down automatically so even this scenario will soon belong to the past. Even more advanced systems will actually apply the brakes to maintain a speed downhill.

Equally, if the engine doesn't have enough power to climb the hill at the pre-set speed, the cruise control can’t maintain the speed unless the transmission changes to a lower gear.

Neither of these scenarios fit the situation described in the above email.

What stops it from speeding up a car over the pre-set speed?

This is the key that makes a nonsense of the email. Modern cars take their speedo reading from the driveshaft or transmission. This means the cruise control bases its responses on the speed of the driven wheels, not the car itself. This is an important distinction and fail safe position.

If the driven wheels skid because they lose grip, the spinning wheels will cause the speedo to show a higher reading which will force the cruise control to release the throttle faster than most drivers. Regardless of whether the car itself slows down or speeds up, the cruise control will always reduce the throttle no matter what until the driven wheels slow down back to the pre-set speed.

If the wheels continue to slip under this scenario, this will always leave the car travelling more slowly relative to the road, not faster as described in the email.

The only exception to this would be if the speedo was driven by a road wheel not connected to the engine and transmission. The only car in recent history where this could be an issue was the old Volkswagen Beetle which had its speedo cable connected to a front wheel when the rear wheels delivered the power.

Thankfully, it didn’t have cruise control when in this case, the cruise control would increase power to a skidding rear wheel until the old Beetle's front wheel showed the correct speed. Whether the old Beetle had the power to break traction at highway speeds to create such a scenario is another issue!

What has aquaplaning got to do with it?

This is the key factor in the above email that has been lost in all the discussion about cruise control. Loss of control in adverse conditions can be lethal and probably accounts for more incidents because of the ignorance surrounding aquaplaning.

Modern cars, even small, lightweight models, have much wider tyres than ever before. Coupled with smoother roads that can hold an even film of water without high dry spots, the chances of water getting trapped between the tyre and road surface are higher.

It is similar to the difference between a stiletto heel and a wide flat heel on a shoe. Where a stiletto can punch through a film of water to contact the ground, a wide heel can slip. The tread pattern on a wider tyre assumes critical importance when a vehicle's weight alone is not enough to punch today's wider tyres through a film of water.

Tread patterns on modern tyres act as irrigation channels to sluice away the water under a tyre and allow the tyre tread to make contact with a dry road surface, no matter how wet the road. If these channels are not able to remove the water quickly enough, the tyre can actually loss contact with the road and skim across the film of water just like a skiffle board in the seaside shallows.

This creates the sensation of speeding up because you can no longer slow down, stop or steer. "Flying through the air" is not quite what happens but it certainly feels that way!

Braking and steering actions can be totally lost as the forces of nature dictate where you go next. Scared? You should be when in most cases it is caused by sloppy maintenance, not cruise control.

The mindset that doesn't replace tyres until they are bald is the real killer. Modern tyres have to be replaced long before the tread disappears. Drivers who drive with their tyres worn below the tread depth indicators are driving on tyres no longer capable of clearing the road of water. These drivers are setting themselves up for a serious aquaplaning crash.

Poor wheel alignment is a primary factor when it causes uneven tyre wear and robs the tyre of its grip in the main area where it contacts the road. Worn shock absorbers will also encourage aquaplaning if they cause the wheels to leave the ground after they hit road surface variation, and allow a film of water to collect between the tyre and road.

What has cruise control got to do with aquaplaning?

Not much, but it’s how most drivers react while the cruise control is on that will almost certainly decide whether a nasty aquaplaning situation turns into anything more than a scare.

Here are some examples you should consider...

After drivers engage the cruise control and no longer have contact with the accelerator pedal, they can no longer feel if the wheels are losing traction until it is too late.

When something does go wrong while the cruise control is engaged, most drivers stab the brake pedal to disengage the cruise control. If the car is starting to aquaplane, hitting the brakes could be enough to lock up the wheels completely. Even with the wheels locked-up under brakes and the cruise control disengaged, the car would continue on at speed. ABS-equipped cars could save most drivers in this situation.

As some drivers move their feet well away from the accelerator pedal when the cruise control is engaged, experts suggest that the above scenario is just as likely to be caused by the driver stabbing the accelerator instead of the brake as they tried to disengage the cruise control.

A car with cruise control engaged does not know to slow down before a corner nor does it know when to reapply the power as you leave the corner. A cruise control forces the car to rely totally on its front wheels to steer through a corner when good drivers would normally use a strategic sequence of brakes, accelerator and steering. If the front wheels start aquaplaning in the middle of a corner, the cruise control cannot register the loss of grip unless the car is front-drive. The cruise control would then keep pushing the car straight ahead off the road or across oncoming traffic. Applying the brakes to stop this could make an already dangerous situation worse.

Cruise control can make you inattentive. By the time you wake up to a problem situation and work out what to do, it can be too late.

So what's the bottom line?

The narrow margins applied in enforcing Australian speed limits dictate you should assess whether your use of cruise control is governed more by your need to protect your license than safe-driving practices. Some speed limits may be too high under certain weather conditions while in others, your direct communication with all the car’s controls may be more critical than sitting back with the cruise control on.

Consider some of the following issues and actions when you next engage cruise control...

If you feel yourself disengaging from driving as the cruise control engages, devise strategies to stay alert so you are ready to deal with whatever happens.

Minimise the chances of aquaplaning by keeping tyres fresh and backed by regular wheel alignments. Make sure that the shock absorbers/dampers are in serviceable condition so they can punch the tyres back onto the road as soon as they are disturbed by a bump.

Practise using the Cancel function or equivalent button to disengage cruise control so that you don’t initiate a violent loss of control by hitting the brakes.

Never engage cruise control on a road where you would normally have to slow down for a bend. If you can feel the car starting to get out of shape under cruise control, hit the Cancel button and have your foot hovering over the accelerator to smooth out any reduction in engine power. Most cars end up in trouble when braking or deceleration/acceleration is too sudden or too sharp.

If the roads are wet, don't use cruise control. This is a no-brainer when wet weather driving requires constant and gentle speed adjustments by carefully modulating the accelerator, not sudden brake applications.

While using cruise control, always have your feet in such a position so you know exactly where each pedal is relative to your right foot.

Anticipate downhill situations by disengaging the cruise control via the Cancel function not the brakes and taking over before it speeds up.

If you feel a lightness of steering when your car hits a puddle this is an advance warning of aquaplaning. Turn off the cruise control and back off on the accelerator immediately.

In winter in the colder parts of the country anticipate early morning or late evening situations where black ice may have formed. Again, hitting the brakes to disengage cruise control will be too late once you hit ice so don't engage cruise control at all in these conditions.

Prepared from discussions with Holden Special Vehicles Powertrain Engineer, Sam Davis.

Kaynak : http://www.carpoint.com.au/advice/2006/cruise-control-and-aquaplaning-the-facts-7413

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Yağmurlu havada ben bir kere kuzenin arabasında bulunan sarı güneş gözlüğünü takmıştım aynen denildiği gibi görüş önemli derecede artıyor, sağanak yağmur vardı. İlk denediğimde çok şaşırmıştım, kuzene verdim gözlüğü o da şaşırdı  ;)

Hatta o günden bir video  :geyik:

http://tinyurl.com/33kxybt

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Güzel paylaşım,teşekkürler.

1.si bende CC yok CC is my right foot :D

2.si Nuri Alço işi sarı güneş gözlüğü almaya çalışacağım bu yazıyı okuduktan sonra,yoksa benim simsiyah güneş gözlüğüm tam kör eder adamı :D

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bende sarı renkli 3M iş güvenliği gözlüğü var ama kızlar onu oyuncak yaptıklarından beri göremedim kendisini. kimbilir nereye saklamışlardır :D

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"SARI ışık veren sis farları ise gece, tipi ve kar yağışlı havalarda çok işe yarar, kar taneleri hemen hemen görünmez olur.Ama SARI sis farları YAĞMUR ve SİS'te hiç işe yaramaz. "

Sizcede anlatımda bir çelişki yokmu ??

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Sarı renkli güneş gözlüğü yıllardır otobüsçüler arasında kullanılırdı. Ben bir türklü bulamadım kaliteli bir şey.

Yağmurda, gece karşı araçların farlarına karşı ve özellikle siste çok fark var göreceksiniz. Bildiğiniz kaliteli gözlük varsa alabilirim.

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"SARI ışık veren sis farları ise gece, tipi ve kar yağışlı havalarda çok işe yarar, kar taneleri hemen hemen görünmez olur.Ama SARI sis farları YAĞMUR ve SİS'te hiç işe yaramaz. "

Sizcede anlatımda bir çelişki yokmu ??

Belki çeviren kişi hata yapmış olabilir.

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Tam sarı olmasa da açık kahverengi gözlükler de iş görüyor. (Ray-Ban için tecrübeyle sabittir).

Hayır Yunus, tam sarı olacak. Kahverengi Ray-ban o işi göremiyor. Hele gece kullanımlarda ve siste çok güzeldi.

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Abi tam sarı olanlar fazla jon jon işi, bizi bozmasın ya.

:D Bozmaz bozmaz. En azından beni bozmadı.

Yani sanıyorum. :D

Hem gece kullanacağın için gören olmayacak. :D

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Hidroplanning olayı taşı su üstünde zıplattığınızdaki durumdur. Tekerler suyun üstünde sadece kayar, normal kaymayla tek farkı teker yere sürtmez suyun üstündedir. o yüzden frende yapsanınz gazada bassanız teker serbesttir. Sanırım buradaki olay frenlemeden dolayı tekerin durması ve hyroplanning bitince tekerin aniden yere değmesi.

Uçaklar için hydroplannig konusu çok işlenir. Aslında hidroplanning ağırlığa teker yüzeyine bağlı olarak sadece tek bir sürat civarında oluşur. Pilotlar bu sürati bilirler yağışlı pistte yavaşlarken bu sürate dikkat ederler. Pilotların şoförlere göre avantajı kanat ve kuyruk yüzeylerini kullanarak hyroplanning bile olsa uçağı kontrol edebilirler.

Dikkat ederseniz yağışlı havalarda pilotlar normalden daha sert iniş yaparlar çünkü tekeri piste çarptırarak suyu dağıtır ve hyroplanning olmasını engellerler :)

Hydroplanning öyle uzun sürmez başınıza gelse kontrolü kazanana kadar (çakıla girmiş gibi) sabretmek anihareket yapmamak yeterlidir diye düşünüyorum. Zaten araç yoldan çıkmaya yaklaşırsa eğimden dolayı teker altındaki su azalır hyroplanning biter...

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Aynen..

Sahi uygun fiyata nerelerde bulabiliriz acaba?

Agam benim sözünü ettiğim iş güvenliği gözlüğü tam senin aradığın şey. İş güvenliği malzemeleri satılan yerlere bir sor istersen. Bendeki dediğim gibi 3M markaydı ve gece sürüşlerinde gerçekten çok işime yaramıştı.

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