Originally Posted by rajesh_nk22
I would like to know how Celerio Auto behaves when starting on steep slopes. In one forum I read it rolls back significant distance (around 1-3 feet) if you switch foot immediately from brake to accelerator like in conventional manuals.
What if you keep one foot on brake and the other on accelerator and try to move it with accelerator but without using handbrake first, that won't work?, still it will rollback?
Best and recommended way- as mentioned in above post- use Handbrake. It is simple, easy and cause no damage.
Keep the hand brake release button pressed so that handbrake wont get locked- pull the handbrake to make sure car does not roll back even if you take foot off brake pedal- apply throttle slowly- slowly disengage handbrake when you could feel enough throttle input to move your car.
It more easier than doing same with clutch-brake-accelerator thing on inline. AFAIK
, if you press both accelerator and brake together, AMT(or AT)ECU will take brake input only due to safety concerns- I do not have solid proof for this statement. Something I heard from an SA.