Let’s see how to release Emergency brake in different steps as follows
Prepare to Drive Before releasing the emergency brake, ensure that you are ready to drive. In other words, you need to be in the driver’s position, have the engine in operation (or the ignition switched on for electric cars), and have your foot placed on the brake pedal.
Locate the Emergency Brake Lever The emergency brake lever is usually located between the front seats, near the centre console. It can also be a pedal located on the far-left side of the driver’s footwell. To release it, you’ll typically find a release button or lever on the lever or pedal itself.
Depress the Release Button or Lever To release the emergency brake, you need to depress the release button or lever. This action disengages the mechanism that holds the brake in place.
Gradually Release the Brake Once you’ve activated the release button or lever, you can begin to release the brake itself slowly. Typically, this action involves the act of raising or exerting an upward force on the handbrake lever or, in the instance of a foot pedal, the removal of your foot from it.
Confirm the Brake Is Released. After you’ve released the brake, gently test it by attempting to move the car slightly. Make sure the vehicle is in “Drive” (for automatic transmissions) or “First Gear” (for manual transmissions). Slowly release the brake pedal and give a little gas to ensure the vehicle can move freely.
You can start driving once you’ve ensured that the brake is entirely disengaged and the car can move without any hindrance. Always remember to follow the rules of the road, use your turn signals, and drive safely.