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#25 - herecomesjohnny ONLINE (05/23/2012) [-]
american cars don't have manual?
american cars don't have manual?
User avatar #69 to #25 - WHATTHEPISSTRAINE (05/23/2012) [-]
lol we do in all types but. most people don't realize the benefits of a sturdy clutch over a torque converter... Its not that we're lazy with driving its more like our parents and grand parents were. And because of it. A lot of Younger americans have NO idea how to drive stick.. Me? i have a 5 on the floor stick and a motorcycle -which i know people who own automatic bikes now for christ sake-
User avatar #104 to #69 - WhiteyMcCrakrHonky (05/23/2012) [-]
There are automatic bikes? I never would have guessed
User avatar #650 to #104 - WHATTHEPISSTRAINE (05/24/2012) [-]
Mhm.. suzuki and honda made them in the 80s, another company ridley makes them too.. You can find automatic transmissions for motorcycles as well.
User avatar #85 to #69 - epictoastftw (05/23/2012) [-]
i just bought a motorcycle and it helped learning by already knowing how to drive a manual car. the concept is there but now you have to switch the controls from feet to hands.
User avatar #54 to #25 - FireIceEarth (05/23/2012) [-]
Yeah, I was wondering that :S I know that some people choose to "drive stick", though the majority of American cars are automatic, surely the pedals are the same for "stick shift" and manual gearbox cars?
User avatar #67 to #54 - ParallelDuck (05/23/2012) [-]
It's the same thing just reversed in the UK but thats the only difference
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