A Guide To Most Distance Mechanics
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> Gripping Makes You Slide In A Direction, Also High Gravity

 So, if you simply hold grip on a floor, your car will slide in a direction, even if the floor is perfectly flat. I find that this direction is usually in the direction the right side of your car is pointing in. The car also rotates a bit to, pivoting just a little bit around the front wheels as you slide. The sliding is reeeeeeaaallly slow, but it does happen. If you ever find yourself in a place where you need to slide in that direction without rotating very much, this is an option.

 High gravity also has this effect, and if it is really high gravity, then you will slide and rotate slightly even faster (but still probably slowly). The sliding will still happen in the direction the right side of your car points in, unless the gravity is too high, then I think the car starts sliding right and rolling backwards. This naturally is extremely useful knowledge of course (sarcasm aside it actually was when I played 'Hard Suspension' by Backgrounds').

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