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What’s The Difference Between Manual And Automatic?

WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE Between MANUAL AND AUTOMATIC? In the last several decades, modern vehicles have had two transmission options for cars: manual or automatic transmission. IN A MANUAL SYSTEM, WHILE IN AN 135 AUTOMATIC, the car does this automatically. the driver is engaged in shifting the gears. While both models offer advantages and disadvantages, both are popular for various reasons. AND EACH TRANSMISSION SYSTEM HAS DIFFERENT CHARACTERISTICS WHEN IT COMES TO: • Driving Differences • Driving Experience • Car Design Accident Ratio [1] SECTION 1: Driving Differences X MANUAL AUTOMATIC< A Driver is responsible for shifting gears as speed changes. Driver does minimal work. Puts the car in drive, Keeps revolutions per minute (RPM) within the necessary range. [3] and transmission takes over to keep RPMS within range. [3] Requires a learning curve and is more challenging to use. Known for ease of use. Driver must coordinate between Preferred by the common driver in North America. [1] clutch, throttle, and gears in order to operate the car without damaging the transmission. [1] SECTION 2: Driving Experience MMANUAL AUTOMATIC< O Gives driver a feeling of being in control of the vehicle. [1] Easier to drive in E stop-and-go traffic. Better gas mileage - more efficient cars. [3] price is lower. [1] Preferred by parents. Overall purchase Less stress and concentration required. Less "thinking" and action required to drive the car. Often $1,000 less than automatic models. Requires fewer repairs. Repairs that are necessary are I Repair costs are high. [1] costly. [1] More difficult for Preferred for speed and by race car drivers. [3] mechanics to work with automatic gear boxes. SECTION 3: Car Design (M>MANUAL AUTOMATIC< A Gear shift Gear shift is may be located on located on the FLOOR. STEERING COLUMN or FLOOR. Left leg is free and not required for driving. [2] Driver needs to drive with and both hands both feet engaged. [2] SECTION 4: Accident Ratio MMANUAL AUTOMATIC< Ô Studies show Stress studies show lower stress higher heartbeats in manual drivers. rates in drivers. [1] Requires less attention/activity from driver, which could allow for accident-inducing behavior. It's possible this could cause more accidents, but that is not proven. [4] Drivers may fidget with phones, objects, and Driver could pay less attention to the road and surroundings [4]. People tend to choose an automatic or manual transmission based on personal preference, rather than the cost factor, but it's a good idea to consider all factors when making a purchase. SOURCES (1) http://the-grayline.com/2009/01/17/difference-between-automatic-and-manual-performance/ [2] http://www.differencebetween.com/difference-between-manual-and-vs-automatic/ [3] http://www.manualversusautomatic.com/ [4]http://www.smartmotorist.com/traffic-and-safety-guideline/distracted-drivers-cause-motor-vehicle-accidents.ht ml

What’s The Difference Between Manual And Automatic?

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In the last server decades, modern vehicles have had two transmission options for cars: manual or automatic transmission. In the manual system, the driver is engaged in shifting the gears. While in an...

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