Date: 20 Sep 1998 09:24:57 GMT
From: "Georg Jungk R." <GeorgJungkRnopsamdnet.att.net>
Subject: Re: Stick Driving


As I noticed, maybe experienced in automatic transmitions. If is this case; you lost the most important part of driving, you lost the part that show you how to drive that big piece of crafted metal somebody designed. Driving a stick put you in command of it, you have to feel and be part of "an extreme source of power", that you and only you can control. It is not easy, also is not hard. Be good is what it matters. Learning how to manage the clutch, will teach you what capable are you for, to drive like a pro. Stick show you how cars are been drove. Syncro between engine and foot is the key for understand how it work. Once you feel the diference between Automatic & Stick shift cars. You will always choose stick against auto. Good luck, buckle-up, don't drink & drive, always drive "defensive"... and don't burn the clutch. Georg J. Phelps wrote in message <6tud3a$u3m$1nopsam00c.javanet.com>... >I'm looking for tips about driving a stick. I've just gotten my license >and if all goes well I will probably buy my godmother's 86 900 S Turbo. >The only problem is that it's a stick and I'm not very sure on how to >drive one. I'd appreciate any advice or links you'd offer. >Thanks >Mike >

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