I’ve been finding it difficult to keep to the time table, especially on German routes. The manual says to brake gently so the passengers don’t get jostled, but I find that I spend too much time at slow speeds to make the schedule if I brake gently. Usually I end up jamming on near full brakes from full speed at about 500m out, and then just moving the brake lever up and down until I eventually come to a stop (still often behind schedule). I read on one of the manuals that you’re supposed to slow down and release the brakes right at the end so the wheels don’t spin. Usually I do the opposite, go 40 kph until the last “parking spot” and jam on full brakes. In real life, do they just set the brake at the right setting and come to a complete stop on that setting? Or do they get the speed down low enough to then use varying amounts of brake to stop? I heard what you don’t want to do is slow down too much then accelerate again, but other than that I don’t know what constitutes a good stop. What do you do?