Automatic or Stick Shift?
When I was 14 years old a friend of mine taught me how to drive. He was a couple years older then me and taught my best friend and me at the same time. He taught us in stick shift and I had a hard time getting it at first. I would make the car stall, grind the gears and all those things a newbie does. I remember rolling at the top of a hill and freaking out. Luckily I caught on within a week or so and am actually glad I learned to drive in a stick shift car. When I bought my very first car it was also a stick shift and I loved it. Eventually I ended up buying an automatic just because it was so much easier to drive, especially in traffic. Over the years the majority of my cars have all been automatic just because it's easier to drive. My husband bought a new car two months ago and opted for stick shift. It had been a few years since I drove one and I was a little nervous I would forget how. However it is like riding a bike, it's just something that comes natural now. I got in his car and it all came back to me. I wonder if he was hoping I would have forgotten because now there are days I want to drive his car. He might have been hoping he didn't have to share, but too bad ... I love his car! He really doesn't mind because there are some days he gets sick of stick and wants to take my car so we switch off. A lot of women I know don't know how to drive stick shift and I often wonder why. I am thankful I can drive either and it has proven useful. There were several times it came in handy, like having to drive that drunk friend home in their car and it was stick shift. Although I prefer automatic I love being able to drive either. Which do you prefer to drive?
Neither You dont drive