Which car transmission do you prefer driving??
To me, you're not driving unless you drive a manual
Auto easily. Who needs to do more work whilst driving?
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Both have advantages and disadvantages. Chalk and cheese, for mine.
Depending on what car you drive, though, and where.
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Auto. Makes something ****ty easier. No difference to me anyway, dislike driving in general.
I actually do believe that cars are for lazy bums.
Had a licence for well over a decade & have never once driven an automatic. Reckon I'd be ghost-clutching at every junction.
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Autos are boring, and I believe they make driving so easy and unengaging that they make people complacent, and that's dangerous.
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I own an auto, but enjoy the chance to drive the manual cars at work - as someone said, driving gets a bit boring otherwise. And autos often take a while to wind up when overtaking.
Meh, only had autos at home to use to get my P's. Limits options a bit. What I have driven of manuals I've enjoyed though.
TBH, I can see manuals as something I'd enjoy for the first 6 months, then after that couldn't be bothered.
Don't drive yet, but see nothing wrong with manuals.
Manuals for sure, i learnt to drive on an auto at first but my first car was a manual and they are heaps better to drive. My dad's car is an auto and whenever i drive that i always go to put my foot on the clutch by instinct...
I was under the impression that if you only pass your test on an automatic, you're not licensed to drive a manual?
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