Originally Posted by trek2120
Are some of the "rules" now different with a CVT transmission?
To my understanding, no. CVT uses the same type of parking brake that a traditional transmission uses which is a slotted inner ring that slides into place in an external slotted ring. One of the rings is connected to the driftshaft that goes to the wheels and the other is stationary.
I can speak on the use of not using the parking brake. I've rode in a car that rarely had the parking brake used. After a while, the car would actually rock back and forth for like 5 seconds or so unless you pressed the brake.
2013 Alitma 2.5 S Super Black
Mods Wish List:
auto-dimming mirror with compass
Tinted Windows 35%, LED lighting in trunk, HID headlights, OEM Fog Light Kit