Manual

Manual

Manual

Manual Learning to drive manually requires clutch work and control in accordance with learning
 appropriate gears and how they work. Please note that once you pass your test in a manual car, you
 are allowed to drive unaccompanied in an automatic car on the same licence.
 Like an automatic car, there is a pedal for acceleration and a pedal for braking. However, the clutch
 pedal is exclusively found in manual cars. The clutch essentially connects the wheels to the engine.
 When you press down, you’re disconnecting the engine, and when you release, the engine becomes
 connected.
 It can be tricky to ace your clutch control, however manual driving often means you are more in
 control of the vehicle in comparison to automatic driving. This can be important should any hazards
 appear on the road. As well as this, manual transmission cars also tend to be cheaper!
 See our Learner’s Guide for step-by-step instructions that will be useful alongside your lessons.

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