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I could be wrong, but I would assume that perhaps you live in the United States, or are a citizen or another country in which young drivers are generally encouraged to drive automatics from the outset? I am English, and here in the UK, and indeed in France, Italy and (most importantly due to the origin of Porsche), Germany, young drivers generally learn on manuals. I believe this is the case across most of Europe. Many drivers actually never transition to automatics in their entire life, even though their license would allow for it. When some drivers migrate onto sports cars, such as myself, they will understandably wish to transfer those skills they have spent many years grafting on a manual gearbox onto a vehicle that can take a hammering, partly for the fun of it and partly because it allows for more precise control of the car’s power output. The other half of the equation is engine breaking that is also an essential part of slowing for a corner. If the prerequisite skills have already been acquired to achieve this via a manual, it makes sense to stick with what you know. Let me tell you a little story about the time in my life when I was probably saved by having learnt to drive on a manual. I started life with a small 1 litre Ford hatchback and after some years upgraded to a 1.2 L Renault Clio, and throughout my youth I worked the gears on both cars hard for every ounce of horsepower I could get. I saw the red line more like a target than a limiter, and regularly snapped down the gears as I approached corners, allowing the engine and gearbox to soak up the speed and make up for the lacklustre breaks. I learnt a little and matured somewhat and moved on to a 1.4 L Mazda MX5 (or “Miata” in the States) and I hammered that gearbox as hard as I could all over the UK and the French Alps and it turned out to be bulletproof. What a car that was. Same went for slowing down; nothing quite gave me a thrill like nailing a perfect double declutch, blipping the throttle just before clanking down a gear to match the revs to the speed and hearing the engine wail as it slowed perfectly for the apex. After some years and a couple more manual cars, I moved onto a BMW M3 E93 which I chose with the DMT paddle shift gearbox, if nothing else because I read that it was the first car in history that accelerated faster via automatic transmission than the manual. The difference was marginal but the point was, the gearbox is so fast and surgical that simply pulling the paddle would simulate a racecar driver’s skill in gear shifting. Sounds good on paper, and hearing that mighty 4 litre V8 scream at over 8,000 revs meant it sounded even better in reality, especially with the top down. Few cars on the road matched it, and even if they did, they were fellow monsters to be engaged with, not bested. It steered like it was on rails, kept accelerating for what seemed like an eternity, mollycoddled your waking dreams through sublimely ergonomic controls, shrugged off endless brutal gear changes, featured all of BMW’s impressive innovations like a flawless hardtop convertible roof and comfy cabin aesthetics, gurgled and screamed and roared like no engine I have ever heard, practically spat flames as you shifted down, and would accelerate up steep hills with indifference like gravity was a limitation for lesser beings. My point is, behind the wheel of such an engineering masterpiece as this car was (and still is), one might be forgiven for temporarily forgetting that it is only the car that is near perfect, not the driver. One day I took two friends out and we were tearing about Les Deux Alpes with its sweeping banked corners, relentless hairpin chicanes and breathtaking roads that have been known to make the Tour de France such an infamous challenge. It was outside of skiing season so the roads were clear for miles at a time, and they were encouraging me to push it hard as friends often do when you take them for a ride in such a machine. I have long suspected that it wasn’t really the speed that was the issue, but rather the heavy load and the constant braking as we climbed and descended the mountain constantly. After perhaps an hour of driving we approached a tight corner that wrapped left around the mountain (remember we are driving in the right lane, so the outside in this case). We were driving at the limit; I pushed down on the brake, and … nothing. True story. The supposed legend that is the M3 failed me. Skipping to the end of the story just for a moment, after we narrowly survived, limped down the mountain and pulled off on a mountain pass, it was half an hour before we could even approach the glowing wheel because the brakes had overheated so much that the piston had seized open. Turns out that in their infinite wisdom, BMW upgraded just about every part of the car except for the single-piston brakes unless you chose to shell out an extra 10K for the ceramics which in hindsight one might argue should be standard. Below is a picture of my car — take a close look at the front wheel and you can see what I mean: the discs are certainly large enough and the callipers are chunky, but with just a single piston to drive them they are subject to a high risk of failure when placed under significant strain. Anyway, going back to the fateful moment as we approached the corner, I suppose I had just a fraction of a second to react. The brakes were not working, they had seized up, and we were moving too fast to take the corner — at best I might have pulled into the inside lane to maximise the turning curve and risked killing an oncoming car which on a blind bend is obviously an unacceptable risk and in that moment didn’t occur to me anyway. If we kept going, it was through the barrier and off the edge of the mountain. So what did I do? I did what was absolutely instinctual to me: I downshifted the living hell out of that gear box. If it had been a stick, I would have ripped it into second. As it was a paddle that I was fortunately already familiar with, I mashed it rapidly and to its credit the gearbox didn’t baulk for a moment; it did what it was made to do: it enacted a perfect series of explosive down shifts as the engine roared and soaked up just enough revs that the back wheels of the car skidded just a fraction off the asphalt as we hurtled around the corner. If I had only driven it in the fully automatic mode that I gather most do — and indeed I do 99% of the time when not driving it on appropriate roads — I would not have thought to default to the gear system in the event of brake failure. It was a long history of combining gear changing with the brake peddle that guided my actions on that day. I learned a number of things from the event. I learnt that I was still a stupid kid who nearly killed his friends and needed to respect my car properly. I learnt that you need to understand every aspect of your sports car if you intend to drive it like it’s built to be driven. I learnt that just because magazines and celebrities tell you it’s the greatest machine on four wheels, it wasn’t built by angels and is still subject to failings. I learned that the BMW DMT gearbox truly is one hell of a sturdy bit of kit. And I learnt that all those years I sunk into learning to gearshift manually translated to instantaneous and dependable control when driving what is now referred to as a semi-automatic car. I hope you don’t judge me too hard. I was young and cocky and supremely naive and have never, ever driven the car that recklessly since and never will again. Fortunately I have never had an accident in my life and hope I never do. With the dawn of electric cars, and more recently semi-auto gearboxes like the one I just described, manual driving for both the general public and race car drivers will soon be relegated to the history books. But in answer to your original question, I would simply say that manuals aren’t just more fun than automatics … they actually breed better drivers in the long run and are still commonplace in many of the counties that produce the world’s fastest sports cars to this day. And those drivers are invariably attracted to cars as race-orientated as the Porsche. As such, Porsche are simply catering to that customer base accordingly.
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My boyfriend said that when he got his licence he was automatically added to his mom and dad’s car insurance. Well I was wondering would it be the same for me. Because (This might be a little confusing (: ) I was adopted by my birth mother’s boyfriends mom, and i live with her and her mom. No one in the house has a car, or car insurance, and my birth mother doesn’t have any custody of me but she does have car insurance, and my birth father has half custody of me, and he has car insurance. So…. ha ha my question in general is, when get my license, will I be added to any ones insurance? Or will I have to get my own? Ha ha ALSO, If I do have to get my own what would be the best and cheapest insurance for me? I wouldn’t want full coverage, I would just get P.I.P. Please and thank you so much!” What is my insurance going to cost? I’m going to get my license when i turn 18 (yes the day I turn 18) and I was just now thinking abt insurance. I’ve never really thought about it before. 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Here are the Aspiration Form and variants of Renault Clio:
|Variants||2019 Renault Clio 1.6 RS 200|
No, Renault Clio doesn't have Screen.
No, Renault Clio isn't available in Speaker Brand.