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Old April 17th, 2019, 18:21   #327
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Originally Posted by ranger pete View Post
To each his own. Seems a tap a brake with one foot is much easier than feathering a clutch. Especially if hills are involved.
The beauty of the manual in stop/go traffic is how easy it is to go into neutral. My right leg gets pretty tired holding the brake with an automatic.

Stopping on an uphill incline can be fixed with some manuals having a mechanism to hold an incline.

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