I would like to begin by saying that my mechanical experience with cars only stretches as far as I've seen on Top Gear. My knowledge about cars isn't any better than a 5 year olds.
Now then, I've got a 2008 Peugeot 207. I'm in a rural town so the car isn't used very much, haven't used it for 6-8 weeks until today I've had several problems with this car, one of which is that the handbrake lever gets completely loose. Normally this isn't a big of a problem and I just get it fixed during regular maintenance. This time however the handbrake was on when it happened and the car is now stuck in my driveway. The last time i used the car it was just fine, didn't hear any sort of noise or anything when I was turning it off.
Now I´m turning to you guys because i want to at least turn the handbrake off so the car can be moved.
I managed to get a look inside where the handbrake lever is and the wires there were attached and the lever pulls the wires if i pull it high enough but the wires don't seem to pull back on the lever. I don't think i can explain that any better.
Now, what would my next step be?