Pro Driver Shows Off Tactical Driving Techniques | Tradecraft | WIRED

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Grandma's Malibu
Grandma's Malibu - Mês atrás
US General toolbox in the background (sold by Harbor Freight). You sure Team O'Neill Rally School isn't a Chinese front?
hurricane - Mês atrás
So I can't watch it if I don't have any of these?
Petr Crawthwait
Petr Crawthwait - Mês atrás
maybe he's good at some j turns in bed with guys
Billy Mitchell
Billy Mitchell - 3 minutos atrás
I'm sure that this guy knows what he's talking about and that he's right, but presented like this, I can't help but imagine some idiot cousin of mine seeing this video and taking "skidding means you're getting the top performance out of your vehicle" entirely out of context. If anyone else were saying these things, anyone without training at least, I'd be really worried.
mcnuggets ferg
mcnuggets ferg - Dia atrás
I learnt to do these in GTA SA so I guess you could say I'm some what of an expert.
Simon-Pierre Dupuis
Simon-Pierre Dupuis - Dia atrás
"...and you can see it's met some of the other cars.." talking about it like it's a dog covered in mud. so lovely.
Anand Rai
Anand Rai - Dia atrás
what if after the pit maneuver the driver went and did J turn?
Tee Simon
Tee Simon - Dia atrás
Lmfao how many people wrecked their car after this 😂
Snatched N' Patched
Snatched N' Patched - Dia atrás
Self taught myself barricade breaching first hand..
.. on gta-
Quantum Jet
Quantum Jet - 2 dias atrás
Excellent video. And it confirms thoughts and actions I've done before. For example prior to learning to drive (many decades ago!!) some told me that no one ever really learns to drive until they've passed their test. I initially thought this was ridiculous, someone just trying to be dramatic or go against the grain of normality. I think I even put this question to my instructor, but it's too long ago for me to remember his answer, but I soon realised that there is truth to this. As my experience and ability dramatically increased during those first months it always occurred to me how poor I had been the previous week, and how much better I had a feel for the car and control. So I started, wherever possible to drive outside of my comfort zone, beyond the normal limits of typical driving. A friend and I took our cars to abandoned (I believe second world war) airstrip and were able to do the kind of things that would have instantly resulted in an accident on a road. That's not to say we weren't a little stupid and dangerous as we used to have reverse-races! We didn't have many, and they again weren't in typical streets, but they were public streets, although late at night, with no traffic, and if a car were to appear their lights would give away their presence long before we could see them. I think it may have been my idea to race backwards as I seemed to better than my friends at this.

Interesting, my father was taught to drive in the army and always reversed using mirrors, whereas my preferred method was that shown in the video twisting around in the seat. Never dreamed of asking but I reckon I might have beaten Dad in a reverse race!

Alone, and again, at very specific times when there wasn't traffic about, and with wide roads I would drive just beyond the typical limits and brake too hard or turn too fast. Roundabouts were a particular favourite, especially in wet weather. While I admit I found driving boring, I think the 'side-effect' of what I was doing was dramatically increasing my understanding of what I, and specifically the car, were capable of. My first car was a big heavy thing with the softest of suspension meaning it was extremely easy to skid, slid or lose control. But it also inadvertently proved to be a very good vehicle to practice extreme circumstances that would otherwise require more speed in a decent vehicle. I never damaged the car during any of my self-inflicted dangerous driving moments. I did have accidents during my early years, but nothing more than slight knocks and in all but a couple of times were the fault of the other driver, although I consider all of them a consequence of road intelligence and awareness. Interestingly in learning to ride a motorbike there was a strong emphasis on being aware of the capabilities and awareness of others on the road that didn't come up when I learning to drive a car! Riding proved to be beneficial to driving in that it highlighted just how comfortable and how low the importance of visibility is when your spin is far less likely to be wrapped around a lamp post if you don't put complete concentration into the task in hand.

Years later I had flying lessons. And while I didn't have many I had enough to learn just how poor, how amateur and how easy the process of obtaining a driving licence is! In my opinion absolutely no one should be allowed to drive until they've learnt to ride a motorbike. I suggest this as it was only in learning to ride a motorbike did I learn how oblivious drivers can be and how dangerous they are to others on the road. And importantly no driving licence should be given without some experience in extreme driving, whether a simplified version of what's in this video or whatever those things are called where they use stabilisers or whatever that sets up the car to spin and slide easily. Driving is pathetically easy, the skill level to be road legal is outrageous low. And while driving around in normal situations requires little skill, the training and earning of it shouldn't just be about simply driving around your local town or city, etc, it should be about proving that the person has some ability to remain in control of a vehicle and specifically capable of lessening the impact or avoiding an accident completely in extreme cases. Lives aren't lost in cars as people calmly look in a mirror, indicate, brake a little and then smoothly turn a corner! Every authority involved in allowing anyone access to a vehicle is responsible for every life lost or injury. If driving were taken half as seriously as flying people would be better educated and skilled and driving would be infinitely safer. You can't eradicate accidents completely but you can always reduce the number of them, and if authorities genuinely care, you can take precautions to lessen the severity too.
Robert California
Robert California - 4 dias atrás
Pit not deadly force at under 35 mph
coco4lopez - 4 dias atrás
wow 💦
V1Gibby - 4 dias atrás
Probably should have done the same maneuvers on pavement and not slick snow
Beaty the Bleachy
Beaty the Bleachy - 5 dias atrás
GTA San Andreas driving school
MrAdminus - 5 dias atrás
But can he drive a manual?
roguecactus7 - 5 dias atrás
No brakes?
Find a hill and go into a controlled crash. 🤙
Thomas Nguyen
Thomas Nguyen - 6 dias atrás
So is this where Hollywood stars go to learn to do high speed chases?
dustbustr91 - 6 dias atrás
try a j turn on pavement. ill count the rolls
dustbustr91 - 6 dias atrás
rear wheel cars are not common
Car Lover Plays Games
Car Lover Plays Games - 6 dias atrás
They are...
Aleksandar Stevanovic
Aleksandar Stevanovic - 6 dias atrás
Dude your job is NICE!!! This just reminded me of the movie where main character did a reverse J turn, so he was going high speed forward, turned 180 and in reverse and started shooting through the window... I think its straight up impossible since reverse gear has no syncronizers, and he would need to full stop to put it in reverse... what do you think?
William Peng
William Peng - 7 dias atrás
13:35 normal cars now will just auto brake for you
Luda Critz
Luda Critz - 7 dias atrás
I'm sorry, did that just say "tactical mobility instructor". Lol... Dude, come on, be real, you're a glorified stunt double.
Luda Critz
Luda Critz - 7 dias atrás
"do not attempt"... "Hey bro, hold my beer"...
mdb831 - 7 dias atrás
As a tire guy I am so glad he said look at the tires!
Joshua Stewart
Joshua Stewart - 7 dias atrás
Everything I learned about tactical driving I learned on the streets of San Andreas
Dan Gainey
Dan Gainey - 7 dias atrás
Love the Crown Vic, one of the few cars you can go high speed in reverse.
Coenraad Koster
Coenraad Koster - 7 dias atrás
Can't you just keep driving backwards when someone turns you?, And then do a J turn and just stay 'in the fight'?
Ongkon Deb
Ongkon Deb - 8 dias atrás
If u got a center console, then how will you get to the pedals?
DoeEyedFaun - 8 dias atrás
I wonder if he left foot breaks while driving normally?
Ghosteriz - 5 dias atrás
I do it on daily drive since 2006, not a single accident had ever happened. Actually I can switch both kinds of driving style whether 1 leg drive or both legs drive doesn't matter to me, I just feel normal. Even that somethings goes wrong in front of me, my instinct kicks in the throttle leg just leave the gas padel completely than left leg just break right away.
mr f
mr f - 8 dias atrás
Get pitted, convert into J hook
shining creeper
shining creeper - 8 dias atrás
Looks like a bunch of fun.
Passionately Ambivalent
Passionately Ambivalent - 8 dias atrás
You didn't teach us how to use any of the tactical driving techniques.
Bongo Cat Nguyen
Bongo Cat Nguyen - 8 dias atrás
I’m young I don’t have a permit or a license but I’m still watching this
Michelle Despres
Michelle Despres - 9 dias atrás
Where in nh are you and what’s the price for training
zakura ayame
zakura ayame - 10 dias atrás
the next level training of the pit maneuver is getting spun, but making into a j-turn and getting behind and pursuing the vehicle that spun you ;)
Louis Kruger
Louis Kruger - 10 dias atrás
The upspeak was annoying
abbreviation of time
abbreviation of time - 10 dias atrás
All abit different in the snow
bob mar
bob mar - 10 dias atrás
I believe him more if. He didn't have a stupid looking hat. And shaved before going on an interview.
Khatia Nasrallah
Khatia Nasrallah - 11 dias atrás
I'd go for a ride with Wyatt 😏😉
UrFavSoundTech - 11 dias atrás
Most forklift drivers also use left foot breaking. Holding the brake to stop the forklift, while applying gas will make the lift go faster.
veryspecialguests200 - 10 dias atrás
True that. You must have driven / drive a forklift.
big gucci
big gucci - 11 dias atrás
gta training course
StuTheBru me
StuTheBru me - 11 dias atrás
im uk watching the "Taking over as the driver passes out whatever" and the first thing i thought was when its a right hand drive car,it must be harder to get there foot off "the gas" as its on the other side of him :-( i hate abs it feels as if it makes it 2x longer to stop
Derpster - 11 dias atrás
Based on the looks of the damage somebody just tried to pit maneuvre my parked car out of the street.
☆Good Vibes Only☆
☆Good Vibes Only☆ - 12 dias atrás
I would love to do rally but i dont know the first thing to do to get into it. How do i start ?? Please help
STC - 12 dias atrás
You need this skill if you are in the military, on a racing team, or selling 100 grand worth of crack a month.
STC - 12 dias atrás
If your car had rear wheel drive, when you are backing its front wheel drive lol
STC - 12 dias atrás
Watching this before my second driving lesson. Wish me luck!
Dox Ox
Dox Ox - 12 dias atrás
13:30 how to stance a civic
Alan Barboza
Alan Barboza - 12 dias atrás
For the driver down you can also open the door of the driver and kick them out the car because they are taking to much space
Clint Reeves
Clint Reeves - 12 dias atrás
I used a j turn on the 405 and got arrested.
Bernardo Rocha
Bernardo Rocha - 12 dias atrás
I have learned all of this by playing gta...
Pseudynom - 12 dias atrás
Can't you just put the car in neutral or pull out the key if the driver passes out?
Sicadera Sicadera
Sicadera Sicadera - 12 dias atrás
At the snow? Seriously? So a trained driver in a crisis situation will yell to the other car "CAN WE WAIT A BIT UNTIL IT SNOWS?"... This man obviously can do this in asphalt too. He is loosing face doing it at the snow...
Legend Player
Legend Player - 13 dias atrás
انزل لي بالسيفيك
TheGamebuster007 - 13 dias atrás
Nice e30
Fyra Banks
Fyra Banks - 13 dias atrás
he looks like he's having way too much fun when the other driver blacks out 7:23
Inventory Cash
Inventory Cash - 13 dias atrás
Hmm, what if someone hooked up a controller to a vehicle and put a long stick at the back with a camera then try doing maneuvers, that’d be neat.
LR Smith
LR Smith - 13 dias atrás
The PIT maneuver is NOT considered deadly force. It is actually considered "intermediate" force. (Adams v. St. Lucie County Sheriff's Department).
Enforcer Gaming
Enforcer Gaming - 13 dias atrás
Not used for in the United States? I hope you know police use tactical driving almost daily
Aidan Sweeney
Aidan Sweeney - 13 dias atrás
ONIELL! Everyone should watch his rally videos
Skwisgaar Skwigelf
Skwisgaar Skwigelf - 13 dias atrás
Max power! Maximum, and higher!!!
Savage Garage - Raw Automotive Content
"while it´s rotating engage DRIVE"

manual drivers: "Am i a joke to you?"
Pamela K Davis
Pamela K Davis - 13 dias atrás
Savage Garage - Raw Automotive Content 😂
Nico Flex
Nico Flex - 14 dias atrás
driver down, why dont you turn off the car with the keys????
john Rohan Yu-Asensi
john Rohan Yu-Asensi - 14 dias atrás
If they use the pit manouver is to countersteer
(basically its a head start for a drift)
MEssYkiLLa - 14 dias atrás
Guess i should be teaching tactical driving considering all these moves are high school level driving skills..
Jspenx - 14 dias atrás
Yeah this is nice and all, but i'd much rather watch the same techniques on a controlled city environment with all the expected obstacles rather that a big empty snowy hillside.
Poop Brain
Poop Brain - 14 dias atrás
so this is basically an adults version of bumper cars
The Folan
The Folan - 14 dias atrás
I got it.

I don't have snow in my country.
Jonathan Labonte
Jonathan Labonte - 14 dias atrás
The good ol days of doing J-turns ad 180s in a 04 nissan sentra 1.8s. boy i've been in some deep doodoo, now that I think about it.
Zir_ Carl
Zir_ Carl - 14 dias atrás
*I do this in gta all the time.*
John Detwiler
John Detwiler - 14 dias atrás
Wyatt, I expect you've heard this already after a million+ views, but please wrangle in that uptalk (aka: High Rise Terminals). Otherwise, brilliant video and thank you for sharing!
Peter B.
Peter B. - 15 dias atrás
Drifting is a good way to scrub speed without braking.
Lepus Arcticus
Lepus Arcticus - 15 dias atrás
The Pit Maneuver: "You will see it very commonly overseas"
I have never seen German Police do that! Even Police chases like the ones in America are so rare that they get headlines all over the news when one occurs.
This may also apply to other European Countries.
tjihef - 15 dias atrás
I need this for GTA 5
NoR - 15 dias atrás
U just selling fun drift for ppl
elevatedxconscience - 15 dias atrás
Perfect for Seattle traffic
NI TRADING INC - 15 dias atrás
Hey, We're a used car dealer and if you need cars for training, please let us know.
Freddy Chale
Freddy Chale - 15 dias atrás
4:17 a Prius making a run for it? NOW I have seen everything, BESIDES honest politicians...
Freddy Chale
Freddy Chale - 15 dias atrás
@Keith Gould So Lyft got lifted! 😂😂😂
Keith Gould
Keith Gould - 15 dias atrás
Yeah, I think that Prius was a Lyft driver.
m nur
m nur - 15 dias atrás
I have done the driver down all the time in GTA 5 tho I usually just throw the driver out of the window
m nur
m nur - 13 dias atrás
@Inventory Cash pc
Inventory Cash
Inventory Cash - 13 dias atrás
m nur, do you play on XBOX, PlayStation or PC?
MrDillon2029 - 15 dias atrás
He’s in the snow lmao 😂
Bruce Wayne
Bruce Wayne - 15 dias atrás
unclear, we drive manual in the rest of the world
Vermont's Most Obese Tuba Player
If you watched, the Subaru he was driving was manual.
Mark Johnson
Mark Johnson - 15 dias atrás
@Wyatt Knox - Go Wentworth!
Dtonationify - 16 dias atrás
why am i watching this my driving exam is tomorrow
Matt S
Matt S - 16 dias atrás
Everyone in the united states needs this training, not for an emergency situation, just because they all think they can do it with no practice anyways.
skulletorable - 17 dias atrás
Man he’s hot. I was looking down when he was sitting down 👀
Wolf EffectzX
Wolf EffectzX - 17 dias atrás
This man is the new 007 Mission:Get the Bombs dont get caught.
Him let me get my Vic.
*Gets chased*
Baby Driver Mode Activitated.
Escapes Mission Accomplished good job agent
akilama77 - 17 dias atrás
Staying off the cell phone is the first tactical move. LOL
Vigilante Salazar
Vigilante Salazar - 17 dias atrás
Can a pit maneuver be counteracted?
J k
J k - 18 dias atrás
I used to donall that in the snow when i was 13. Loved it. Live in the south now...can't do that anymore lol.
Steven Lipinski
Steven Lipinski - 18 dias atrás
So, this was like learning to drive in Minnesota in my Grandfathers Olds 88...
nikon d3200
nikon d3200 - 19 dias atrás
I need corvette
Argh Gos
Argh Gos - 19 dias atrás
Any attempts to trade in-game items, zullie, or accounts for real currency will result in a permanent ban without warning.
Shauday Smith
Shauday Smith - 19 dias atrás
It's really great that he notes how safety features in general consumer cars actively negate your ability to control your car during high risk situations. It's a good way of saying, "don't do this with your car. Just don't do this."
Mario leon
Mario leon - 20 dias atrás
I seen a high speed pursuit where the suspect was put into a pit and he did a J-turn to counter the pit 😂 so I guess he feel into that few and far between category
Stefan Latimer
Stefan Latimer - 21 dia atrás
Can you j turn out of being the victim of a pit maneuver?
MAGIUS2013 - 21 dia atrás
waterson did it better
WNTW - 21 dia atrás
gta sa driving school
Yosef MacGruber
Yosef MacGruber - 21 dia atrás
So how long until the fully autonomous self-drive software gets the tactical upgrade? Or will that only be available for VIPs?
Dirtymax - 21 dia atrás
5:14 “and even for an expert it’s not gonna be recoverable”
Me: someone hasn’t heard of “Mustang man”

In case you don’t know who mustang man is:
Diet Guitar
Diet Guitar - 21 dia atrás
I would love to go to this school
Val Janique
Val Janique - 21 dia atrás
8:55 vote for gta2 remake
F1 - 22 dias atrás
My parents tried telling me left foot breaking is a great way to crash your car. Been doing it since before I got my license and I've yet to crash my car.

Only ever came close to wrecking once and that's because I'm not experienced driving off road, or drifting... and I attempted both... and spun out into some grass... and had I done it a few moments later, it would of been in clear sight of a park ranger. Probably the second dumbest thing I've done driving.
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