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Stick Shift Manual Driving Experienced Helps travelling in the world,Race car, Become a Truck Driver,FedEx,UPS,DHL,USPS,Uniforms,Delivery,Valet Career with Casino,Hotels,College,University,Hospitals,Office & Business Suites and and much more ! Stick Shift driving skills that will last you a lifetime 2 hour lesson blocks.

A manual transmission, also known as a manual gearbox or standard transmission (informally, a manual, 5 speed, or the number of forward gears said with the word speed following i.e.: 4 speed with overdrive, 4 speed, 5 speed, 6 speed or standard, stick-shift, straight shift, or straight, (U.S.) is a type of transmission used in motor vehicle applications. It generally uses a driver-operated clutch, typically operated by a foot pedal (automobile).

HOW TO DRIVE A STICK:

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Driving a vehicle with manual transmission, also known as a stick shift, can be intimidating for many drivers young and old. Many motorists go through life without owning or ever even driving a stick shift, but it is a good skill to have as these types of vehicles are popular. Once you learn how to do it, and after a little practice, driving a stick shift is fairly easy. It becomes a habit and also becomes, for many, a more exciting and exhilarating way to drive a car or truck. Stick shift vehicles come in all shapes and sizes, from the smallest economy cars to huge work trucks. This guide is not intended to help you win any drag races or drive a big rig. Instead, it will guide you through the process of learning to drive a stick shift, providing tips to succeed and pitfalls to avoid. Written instructions are no substitute for hands-on activity and practice, so it is best to read this guide, and then use the information in your own vehicle.

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OFF ROAD TRAINING

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Training will take place in a vacant parking lot, or somewhere else with plenty of space and time for stalls. When you are comfortable accelerating and decelerating while you shift the gears of the vehicle, and you can comfortably start in first, put the car in reverse and back up, and stop and go then you are almost ready for the real road. Stick shift driving experience helps to become a CDL driver.

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PRICE & METHODS OF PAYMENT:
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Please paying by: Cash, Checks (Corporate & Government only, no personal check), money order or pay online with a all major credit cards.

  • $135.00 FOR 1 HOUR TRAINING
  • $250.00 FOR 2 HOURS TRAINING
  • REQUIREMENTS: MUST HAVE A VALID DRIVERS LICENSE .
  •  SCHEDULE  AVAILABLE:  7 DAYS ,  9AM- 9 PM.

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