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Automatic cars differ from manual cars as there is no need for the driver to manually change gears. Automatic cars do not have a left/clutch pedal and therefore the left foot does not need to be used at all when driving. This is generally accepted as a simpler form of driving.
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The team at Next Gear Driving Lessons are fully qualified qualified driving instructors and are able to provide a comprehensive automatic driving tuition service. This is a popular choice for learners who are having difficulties with changing gears and using the clutch pedal. Automatic cars are also a natural choice for individuals with restricted mobility mobility. Generally, we recommend attempting to learn in a manual car first and then moving to an automatic if you are having issues with the clutch controls.
Learning in an automatic car can also be a suitable option for those who need to get on the road with a full licence in a shorter space of time as the handling is generally easier to grasp, resulting in a narrower learning curve.
Learners who pass their test in an automatic car are only permitted to drive automatic cars. To legal operate a manual car, learners will need to pass the manual car driving test.
Automatic cars have less of a learning curve than manual cars.
Drivers who aren’t confident operating a manual car often switch to an automatic
Automatic cars generally take less time to master, meaning drivers usually receive their full licence faster.
If a driver is struggling during manual lessons, the instructor may suggest moving to an automatic car.
The driver is struggling with the clutch pedal.
The driver is struggling with understanding and/or changing gears
Drivers with limited mobility often opt for an automatic car.
Drivers who are learning at an older age will often choose an automatic car.