Reasons To Drive A Stick Shift…

Ashton Martin

The knowledge comes in handy when traveling abroad

When you’re traveling abroad, knowing how to drive stick comes in handy. Manual transmissions are much more common internationally, and automatics are not always available. If they are, they are much more expensive. You never really know when you will need to be able to drive someone else’s car, whether at home or abroad.

Some really cool cars only come with a manual transmission.

Some gorgeous cars such as the Aston Martin V12 and the Ford Shelby GT500 are only made with manual transmissions.

Stick Shift Vehicles are generally less expensive than automatics

Because very few people know how to drive stick, the demand for them is low, thus driving prices down. The lackluster demand can become a bargaining chip when you are purchasing a manual.

The gas mileage is more efficient

Consumer Reports found that, on average, a stick shift can improve gas mileage by 2 to 5 miles per gallon. With gas prices as high as they are, every bit of savings helps.

Driving Stick is more fun!

Drivers of a manual actually control the car. They feel apart of the car.  Drivers of automatics simply direct the car. You actually change the gear instead of directing the car to change gears for you. Having full control over your car combined with the faster reaction times make driving a stick a blast.

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