Do you have to be in first gear to stop?

1 Answer:
  • Shah Ali
    When you do bring the car to a stop, do not leave in the car in first gear with your clutch pedal pressed in. This, again, will wear out the clutch and transmission parts over time, so we suggest just leaving the car in neutral with your foot on the brake.19 May 2020
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