When driving on the road, no one can make sure that there will be no anchoring problem, so everyone must know how to deal with anchoring. When the car breaks down, the following 7 simple steps to ensure you and the car are safe: light up a dangerous signal light that will allow other cars to slow down and stop at any time when they approach your car. Check out before you get off the train to make sure that you can safely open the door. If you move the car to a safe place, if you can't start the car and move it to a safe place, move the car's gear to N in a safe way and move it to the left of the highway or the freeway in a safe case. Avoid parking at other vehicles' blind spots or dangerous places, such as crossroads. Put the triangle danger warning rack behind the car, put the warning rack, it has the function of reflecting light, and the other cars are easy to detect. If you are on the highway, put a triangular danger warning rack at least 20 meters away from the vehicle. If it is on the highway, the distance should be at least 60 meters. Open the trunk and hood of the car and open the back box and hood of the engine, further remind the other drivers. People should leave the car while waiting for support. For safety reasons, do not stay in the car or stand around the car. If you want to stay near the car waiting for support, you should stand on the far side of the vehicle. Call for help. If the car breaks down on the freeway, call the nearest distress call booth for support. If the car is anchored in the tunnel, it should be called to the control center for support from the nearest rescue phone booth, which will arrange the trailer to pull the car away from the tunnel.