I'm curious to see how many Americans drive manual, since I know here most people drive automatic.
I also wanted to ask if it takes longer to get the driver's license if you go manual, and if it's more expensive.
In the future I wanna get my driver's license in the States, and I don't know if I should go for automatic, or for manual.
- AMERICAN: I drive automatic39% (9)41% (9)40% (18)Vote
- AMERICAN: I drive manual4% (1)14% (3)9% (4)Vote
- NOT AMERICAN: I drive automatic13% (3)9% (2)11% (5)Vote
- NOT AMERICAN: I drive manual26% (6)23% (5)24% (11)Vote
- I don't have my license18% (4)13% (3)16% (7)Vote
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I'm going to drive an automatic when I get my license. Most drive automatic in the US for the simplicity. And, where I am which is really hilly, a manual would be harder to drive. And it would have no effect on getting your license in the US, just whichever type of transmission you're comfortable with. I practice on my automatic but I kind of know how to drive a manual from the dirt bike I had.
And for costs, the manual would probably give you slightly better fuel economy from the weight reduction1
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