5 Things You Should Never Do In A Manual Transmission Vehicle
Last week we talked about things to avoid doing when driving a vehicle with and automatic transmission. This week we’re going to focus on the same question but pertaining to cars with manual transmissions. Do you have any of these five bad stick shift driving habits?
Is it okay to rest your hand on the gearshift?
Should you put the car in neutral when you come to a stop?
How can you prevent rolling back on a hill? How do you drive a manual on a steep hill? How to hill start.
You’ve selected the car, you’ve road tested the car, everything is fine, but still, remember one thing, you never fall in love with a car. Especially when you’re negotiating to buy it. Cars are just mechanical devices and there are all kinds of them. You can go to the next dealer and find the same thing so, don’t fall in love, at least not just yet. 🙂 Now, it’s time to make the actual deal. There are certain key things about making a deal on an automobile.
Despite the presence of cars in almost everything we do, usually we know little more than the fact they take us places–and they need gas. Unless you have a mechanical background, chances are you have no idea what goes on underneath the hood of your car. In an effort to better our understanding of a tool we use with so much frequency, below are some common misconceptions about how to maintain a car.