Clutch control tutorial in traffic, junctions & on a hill in a manual
Clutch control tutorial from in a manual car view. Common questions asked and answered in this clutch control for beginners video are: How to drive a stick shift? How to use clutch control in traffic? How to use clutch control in a manual/stick shift car uphill? How to creep at junctions using clutch control? How to use clutch control on a hill?
This was filmed in the UK. Rules and laws may vary in your country.
Clutch control tutorial: Clutch control in car. One of the hardest parts of learning to drive a manual (stick shift) car is clutch control. If used incorrectly it can result in stalling or some very jerky driving. Clutch control is using the clutch to control the speed of the car when moving slowly. In this clutch control driving lesson we’ll be looking how clutch control is used a lot in slow moving traffic, clutch control on hills and to creep out at junctions. How to use the clutch in a car is very important to understand and gets better with practice.
If you want to know what the clutch does technically then have a look at this video
Clutch control driving lesson: Dip the clutch down to slow down and raise the clutch to the biting point to move faster.
In this video we’ll show you how to use clutch control in traffic on a hill. How to use clutch control on a uphill start and clutch control to creep at junctions. Clutch control at junctions is important in a situation where you need to get a better view around parked cars for example.
With three cameras in car, we’ll be able to show you exactly how to do a hill start successfully.
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