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To drive manual, start by holding the clutch pedal down with your foot and moving the gearstick into neutral. Then, turn the car on and take your foot off the. When you have pressed the clutch pedal, then immediately set the gear pedal to first gear and slowly release the clutch, and gently step on the. Get in the car and put on your seatbelt · Put the key in the ignition and turn all the way until the engine starts · Put the clutch pedal down.
 
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How to Drive a Manual Car: A Guide for Beginners | AAMI – A 10-Speed Bicycle & A Vehicle’s Transmission

 

Cannot find your purchased courses? Click here to Login! When the transmission is in neutral the selector will move side-to-side. Know that the selector rests between the middle gears;. Isolate the clutch. In other words, use just the clutch to get the vehicle going;. Push the clutch back in when you see the tachometer dip and feel the feel want to move forward.

This is the very first lesson that you need to put in place in order to learn how to drive a manual transmission or a stick shift. One of the reasons that students have difficulty driving a manual transmission is, first of all, they don’t take the time to learn clutch control.

You have to isolate the clutch and learn how to use the clutch by itself without– before you add in the throttle and you add in the brakes. The next thing you have to do is you have to find out where the biting point, as they call it in Europe, or the friction point is on the clutch. The friction point is where the clutch comes out, and it begins to engage the engine with the drive train and the vehicle begins to move forward.

One of the reasons that students have so much difficulty with that task of finding the friction point on the clutch is because you’ve got big, huge leg muscles that are trying to do fine motor control. So that is one of the reasons why you’re having difficulty, because of the limitations of our body. So it takes time to train muscle memory in our big leg muscles to get that fine motor control and fine clutch control.

The two hardest gears for learning how to drive a manual transmission are first and reverse, so practice in first and reverse. Go to a parking lot– this is where you’re going to start out for your first lesson in a manual transmission– and learn clutch control.

As well, I’ll give you other techniques to be able to find the friction point or the biting point. I’ll give you a visual as well as an audible aid for learning how to find that and listening to the vehicle and figuring out how to find clutch control. It’s the same thing as what I talk about driving, turning, holding the car in the center of the lane, and those types of things.

And I’ll put a card up here for you in the corner about the fundamentals of learning how to drive. We’re going to give you some tips, techniques, and exercises that you can do so you can learn how to drive a manual transmission. Talking to you today about the fundamental lesson, the first lesson for learning how to drive a manual transmission.

And the stick shift is always a basic H-pattern regardless of which side of the car you’re sitting on. Some of the higher end cars are now beginning to have six speeds in them, but it’s just another gear. So if you can figure out the shift pattern for a 5-speed, the 6-speed pattern is going to be more or less the same. What you need to know is that regardless of transmission, the selector always rests between the middle gears.

So to get to first and second, you actually have to pull the selector or push the selector, depending on which side of the vehicle you’re sitting on, over to the left side, and that’s where first and second are located. The shift pattern is usually on the top of the selector or it’ll be in the owner’s manual or somewhere else in the vehicle. And as I said in the introduction, first and reverse are going to be your most difficult gears, and that’s what I’m going to help you with today.

You’re going to figure out where the friction point is because you have to control the clutch through the friction point. If you can control the clutch and you can figure out how to work first and reverse and you spend the time doing this, you spend the time doing the exercises that I’m going to show you here, you will be able to drive a manual transmission within a couple of hours.

It will be very easy to accelerate your learning and figure out how to drive a manual transmission. It’s not going to be pretty, but you will be able to move the vehicle forward and you’ll be able to drive the vehicle in traffic. Now, first in reverse, spend the time with first in reverse and I’ll give you some visual aids as well as some audible aids to be able to find out where the friction point is on the vehicle. Regardless of whether it’s a manual transmission or whether it’s an automatic transmission, they all have gears in them.

And essentially the hardest part of getting a vehicle going or any object, to move it forward is to overcome inertia. So think of it like a bicycle that has a big gear on the front and a big gear on the back and the chain connects the two gears. And that allows you to get the vehicle going or the bicycle going because you’ve got a big gear here and a big gear here. So every time you rotate the pedals, the wheel goes around one time at the back. So once you get the vehicle going and overcome the initial inertia, the way that you make the vehicle go faster is by taking the big gear on the front and chaining it to a smaller gear on the back.

And how that works is that every revolution on the big gear on the front, the back one is going to turn three or four times. So every time you turn the pedals on the bicycle, the rear wheel is going to turn three or four times. It just keeps– as you shift the gears, the engine is allowed to turn a smaller and smaller gear. The difference between an automatic and manual transmission is that a automatic transmission, the motor is connected to the drive train via hydraulic pressure.

So when you reduce the amount of revolutions of the pump, that creates hydraulic pressure in the transmission. And then you’ll probably notice when you’re driving an automatic transmission, there’s some residual power there.

That’s because of the hydraulic pressure can’t be completely eliminated in an automatic transmission. There’s two spinning plates in the clutch assembly, and when you push the clutch in, you separate those two plates and disconnect the drive train, the transmission, from the engine. It’s when there’s enough friction for those two plates to connect, and the engine is reconnected to the drive train.

So that’s essentially what you’re doing when you’re finding the biting point or the friction point in the clutch assembly, is you’re bringing those two plates together. Now, if you ride the clutch, those two plates never come together in contact fully and you get friction and you wear out your clutch. Now, the bigger the vehicle, the more important it is, when you shift gears, get your foot off the clutch as quickly as possible.

Today, this is about finding the friction point and controlling the clutch and not stalling the vehicle. I’m going to show you how to find the friction point with the parking brake on and not moving the vehicle.

And I’ll put a camera up here for you for the pedals as well so you can see what my foot is doing. Finding the friction point or the biting point of the clutch, that’s when the engine engages with the drive train and the vehicle begins to move forward. So essentially what we do is we push the clutch all the way in, we push the vehicle into first gear. So we put it into first gear, and we’ve got the parking brake on so we don’t need to hold the brake. Most vehicles in this day and age are going to have a tachometer, which tells you the engine revolutions.

And you can see here in the camera that as soon as I find the friction point, the tachometer goes down. So as soon as the engine, regardless of whether it’s a petrol engine or whether it’s a diesel engine, as soon as it detects that there is torque on the engine, that more power is required, it is going to torque up.

And what I would suggest for those of you learning how to find the friction point, just let the clutch out. You’ll feel the vehicle move a little bit against the parking brake, but that’s how you find the friction point or the biting point of the clutch. Once you find that and you are able to control that so the vehicle isn’t stalling against the parking brake, that is the first step. That is the fundamentals of learning how to drive a manual transmission is controlling the clutch, teaching the big muscles in your leg fine motor control.

Because as they said in the introduction, the big leg muscles are not designed for fine motor control. After you find that friction point and you were able to control that clutch against the parking brake, then we move on to the next step, which is actually moving the vehicle forward and controlling the clutch through the friction point. You’ve done your exercise both in first and reverse, and you’ve moved it out to the friction point against the parking brake.

Now, the next exercise is going to be moving the vehicle forward, actually bringing in clutch all the way out. And as I said, in the last 25 years, all vehicles manufactured are going to be electronic fuel injection regardless of whether it’s a gas engine, a petrol engine, or a diesel engine.

Put your foot on the brake pedal and hold the vehicle into first, clutch all the way in, parking brake off. But right now we’re just isolating the clutch and learning how to control the clutch through the friction point because if you can learn this, you can master this and you can be competent with this skill, the rest of driving a manual transmission is easy-peasy.

And you should be able to take your foot completely off the clutch, and it won’t stall because it’s electronic fuel injection.

I take my foot off the brake and I control the clutch out through the friction point, all the way out, and the vehicle just goes forward. Off the brake, out on the clutch, all the way off the clutch, push the clutch in, apply the brake.

Off the brake, control the clutch– and I have to control the clutch more than I normally would because I’m on a bit of an uphill– and all the way out. Now, I would suggest to you again, first and reverse just using the clutch and moving the vehicle forward so you can get your foot all the way off the clutch.

The first lesson of driving a manual transmission is locating the friction point or the biting point in the clutch assembly when the two plates come together and the engine reconnects with the drive train and begins to move the vehicle forward. So the first exercise that you do is have the parking brake on, have the vehicle into first gear.

And you simply bring the clutch out to the friction point, push it back in, bring it out to the friction point. Now at that point, I would probably suggest that you take a break because your leg is going to be tired. In a diesel, you’d be able to bring it down much more than that because there’s a lot more torque developed by a diesel engine.

The second exercise for getting going is first gear, hold the brake, bring the clutch out to the friction point, release the brake, and then control the clutch out until you can take your foot completely off. You’re going to want to go someplace that’s quiet so that you can concentrate on what you’re doing.

Again, first and reverse are going to be your most challenging gears in learning how to drive a manual transmission. And if you can get the vehicle going in first and reverse, it’s going to improve your overall driving. Because the rest of the gears, once you get the vehicle going and overcome that initial inertia in terms of driving a manual transmission, those are your two toughest gears.

And if you’ve got clutch control down and you can control that clutch, the rest of the gears are going to be fairly easy. And yes, when you start driving and you get good clutch control, you’re going to add in the throttle and you’re going to give it a bit of throttle to get going just so you can get going faster.

Once you’re able to do that, then the rest of driving a manual transmission is going to be fairly easy. You’re going to have a bit of bumps and challenges, but for the most part get the fundamentals into place.

Do you have any exercises for new drivers who are learning how to drive a manual transmission that will help them to control the clutch better? Check out all the videos here on the channel if you’re working towards a license or starting a career as a truck or bus driver.

As well, head over to the website, great information over there and online– awesome online courses that you can purchase. Good luck on your road test, and remember, pick the best answer, not necessarily the right answer. I’m all confuffled, because I’m like, what the heck is going on? Of course, I’m sitting in the car in a parking lot. Hosted by Cybersalt.

 
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