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#25 - herecomesjohnny
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(05/23/2012) [-]
american cars don't have manual?
american cars don't have manual?
#69 to #25 - WHATTHEPISSTRAINE
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(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-
#104 to #69 - WhiteyMcCrakrHonky
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(05/23/2012) [-]
There are automatic bikes? I never would have guessed
#650 to #104 - WHATTHEPISSTRAINE
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(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.
#85 to #69 - epictoastftw
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(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.
#54 to #25 - FireIceEarth
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(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?
#67 to #54 - ParallelDuck
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(05/23/2012) [-]
It's the same thing just reversed in the UK but thats the only difference