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Billy | 
United States Russso 
Do you drive a manual/automatic? How long did it take you to learn how to drive and where did you do the learning? go men))
2019-10-31 20:05
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2019-10-31 20:05
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2019-10-31 20:07
Did same as RNG SMH
2019-10-31 20:12
#2
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New Zealand LewsTherin 
Manual, but I drive Automatic now. 4 months, UK
2019-10-31 20:06
2019-10-31 20:06
cya in 10
2019-10-31 20:08
lul
2019-10-31 20:08
Where did you find that lad and how much does he cost to clean your car? I want one! If he poops in my car I will beat his ass but hopefully I could train him.
2019-10-31 20:25
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f0rest | 
Czech Republic rusteDD 
manual, 10 driving lessons and went to the exams... (28 lessons are mandatory by law xd)
2019-10-31 20:06
#7
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Finland Smoonah 
have owned manual only cars. learned driving manual from my brothers 04 Si and my fathers C6.
2019-10-31 20:08
#42
Estonia LKWD 
Inb4 americans think you are talking about your dads Corvette when its probably a C6 body Audi A6 xD
2019-11-01 11:35
Manual. I have never driven an automatic. It took aprox. 20 hours in all including the theoretical stuff and track lessons driving on "ice" and so, a few of those because my driving teacher swapped car from a GTI type car to a LandCruiser when I was almost ready for the exam. Edit: Also, this was in and around Copenhagen.
2019-10-31 20:12
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Billy | 
United States Russso 
Would you say that it was easy?
2019-10-31 20:14
Not easy, but also not hard. I passed both the theory test and the practical one first time round, but on average 25% fails the theory and 35-40% fails the practical test. I think some either do not pay enough attention or take their test to soon since lessons cost money. What helped me was likely that was somewhat older when taking my license and also having an interest in driving + riding my bicycle a lot for commuting so being used to traffic as more than just a passenger.
2019-11-01 00:25
#17
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United States TrashPanda 
I wish American licenses were more difficult to get like in most EU countries. Would likely be way better drivers than the retards on the road now.
2019-10-31 20:22
I do not know the US test, but over here a lot has be done over the last 3-4 decades to really try and teach people more on not just how to drive but also how to handle dangerous situations and also first aid. Things like everyone going on a test track trying driving on "ice"* and also how to handle if one happens to put a wheel of the road. The right way is, don't panic, slow down and be gentle when maneuvering the wheels back on the road - this because if people panic and jerk the steering to get all wheels back on the road the risk the car reacts to fast and that can then become a head on collision with oncoming traffic. *It is really Teflon made wet. I wish everyone was made to take a brush up course say every ten years and a new test, that would stop people getting bad habit like for example only using mirrors and not looking over ones shoulder before turning.
2019-11-01 00:32
imgur.com/a/h7a2UB2 its automatic, never had an manual so never drived one i was feeling like buying an bmw 330ci manual but trucks got my heart first
2019-10-31 20:18
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Billy | 
United States Russso 
dam thats a really nice car man
2019-10-31 20:23
#16
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United States TrashPanda 
2002 F150 SuperCrew 98 Honda CBR 900RR FireBlade
2019-10-31 20:21
I don't have a transmission, I drive green! Not because I'm green but because 50 mpg.
2019-10-31 20:23
#20
Billy | 
United States Russso 
do you also use the grass mobile v2
2019-10-31 20:23
No clue what you are talking about. My car is a Hybrid. Half gas half electric. It basically makes no noise so I can flatten kids and they don't hear me coming. I just yell!! Look both ways mother fucker! Kaboom!
2019-10-31 20:29
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Billy | 
United States Russso 
oh yeaaahhh... Ive been thinking of doing silent drive by's in the hood, do you recommend a car like yours?
2019-10-31 20:28
Yes, in EV mode they are silent. You can hit cats, kids whatever you want. They don't pay attention so it's on them, not me. The irony that actually did happen once. Some kid, can't say his race shot off the sidewalk right in to my front end once. He tried to get uppity and I'm like, your bike is fine kid, his rim was bent in half and I tossed it to the other side of the street, he just left his bike and got on his way. That was a good day. youtube.com/watch?v=NelBNtNm8l0 not the race but this is about how it went down. He was a little darker.
2019-10-31 20:40
Manual First car was an 05 Civic, now a BMW 1 series 68 plate 1 year of learning because I had a huge break in between. I practised on an empty car park with my dad in my first car, and also did driving lessons with someone else. Scraped the theory but never been in a crash or anything since. Worst I had was my wing mirror bent the other way while reversing through a tight lane. But just shifted it back and it was fine.
2019-10-31 20:24
#23
JW | 
India l3thality 
Manual Took driving tests in two countries, once in the UK when I stayed for 5yrs Failed miserably in the practical test (theory EZZ) Came back to India Passed with flying colours I own a Hyundai Verna btw, not rich BMW owners like the rest of HLTV
2019-10-31 20:25
Manual took me 1 driving lesson to learn)
2019-10-31 20:25
#29
Billy | 
United States Russso 
wtf) how did you learn so fast)
2019-10-31 20:29
talented))
2019-11-01 11:32
#25
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France ILimeGreen 
Automatic only, manuals are pieces of shit
2019-10-31 20:26
"manuals are pieces of shit" thats because u dont know how to drive them otherwise u would know they are much more fun to drive
2019-11-01 11:33
#46
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France ILimeGreen 
I have actually tried and hated every second of it
2019-11-01 17:10
thats because u dont know how to drive one))
2019-11-02 17:46
#26
f0rest | 
United Kingdom BraderZ 
I learned to drive in manual in a Ford Focus. I drive a manual golf and i have only driven an automatic in a lorry
2019-10-31 20:26
Manual because i don't have to change the transmission-oil every 70.000km and it's reliable
2019-11-01 00:34
Automatic, honda fit/jazz
2019-11-01 00:35
Manual, Audi a4
2019-11-01 00:36
Gol 2000 1.0 manual ofc i learned 5 days in with my father. im just waiting for taking my license next year
2019-11-01 00:38
Manual, Volkswagen Gol 1985
2019-11-01 00:41
#38
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Brazil furia_fan 
lol imagine driving yourself i have a driver (since i ride the bus)
2019-11-01 00:46
Manual, Renault Clio 2 tbh i dont know it depends if you drive 3 times per week or 1, some ppl learn faster than others
2019-11-01 11:34
#43
LaimB | 
Lithuania Martis 
I don't have a car, but drive dad's with manual transmission. I went to driving school
2019-11-01 11:35
#44
Estonia LKWD 
Manual In driving school learned on a Toyota Corolla. Started driving school when i was 17 or 18, didnt pass the theory exam on several occasions (60 questions and 6 mistakes allowed), dropped it all and went to a different school a couple of years later (i transfered my school progress from one school to another) and passed the theory exam first time (36 questions and 1 mistake allowed). Passed the driving exam on the second try (was flunked the first time with a made up excuse from the examinator). Been driving manuals ever since.
2019-11-01 11:41
lol people wrote an entire essay here hahahahah he asked about your own car, not about your father & grand-father car
2019-11-01 11:46
#48
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Lithuania rohall 
18 and still dont have provisional
2019-11-02 17:52
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