ReedTranslates: Surprisingly, all IF planes have a built in auto brake system. While on approach, activate the break as you normally do. When you disengage the reverse thrust on the ground after touchdown, turn off the normal break as well. Then, use the rudder brake*, along with the rudder, to exit the taxiway past the hold short marks, hold position, and contact the ground controller. At uncontrolled fields, taxi directly to the gate without holding position (unless there is another airplane in your path). Don’t forget to use the Unicom to tell other planes you are clear of the runway.
*When he says rudder brake, he is referring to a trick with the rudder. Most people already know that you can move the rudder left and right, but you can also pull it down. Depending on how much you pull it down, it will brake softer or harder. This is why Max compared the rudder brake to an auto brake.