10. Coasting downhill in neutral
By staying in gear while descending a mountain or hill (ideally a lower gear that keeps the RPMs up), you’re using your engine to help slow you down. If you perpetually dab the brakes, they’ll build up heat, boil the brake fluid, and you’ll learn what those huge hills they call “runaway truck ramps” are for.
11. Dragging your brake, then dive bombing
Don’t lightly brake for 300 feet, only to realize at the last second you’re going too fast for a turn. Brake evenly throughout so that your deceleration is nice and smooth; pretend you’re driving a limousine and the wealthy oligarch in back will straight up murder you if he or she spills the caviar.