The Basics to Drive a Manual Transmission Vehicle

I feel that every driver should at least know how to drive a stick shift car. The sense of control and power that comes with a manual is unrivaled. I hope this video can give you the idea of what it takes, and how, to drive a car with a manual, or standard transmission. Car used in this video: 2000 BMW M5. Check out our sister E39Source website: BMW E65Source:

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