[Biturbos4] BMW becoming the 'ultimate poser machine' -
Witte, Michael J (HPFS)
michael.witte at hp.com
Fri Feb 27 16:21:36 EST 2004
Yes, the difference is:
Got my license, in Europe, where 99.9% of all vehicles sold are manual. All of the students are required to drive stick, unless they can't/won't, in which manner, at least in Holland, it is NOTICED on your driver's license, that you are allowed to drive ATX, instead of MTX.....the majority of the kids getting their licenses here in NJ, with too rich parents, have no abso-friggin-clue about car-dynamics.........
Therefore, our little girl will learn how to drive stick, prior to be taking any kind of vehicle out of our garage (ooohps, both are automatics as we speak, not a problem, we have another 17 years to go until she's entitled to drive), but I want our girl to be able to drive a car in her grandparents country....
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[mailto:biturbos4-bounces at www.audifans.com]On Behalf Of Steven Lin
Sent: Friday, February 27, 2004 4:16 PM
To: Michael Kuriger
Cc: Audi S4 list
Subject: Re: [Biturbos4] BMW becoming the 'ultimate poser machine' - My
I'm sure we've all gotten stuck behind a terrified kid behind the
wheel of a stalled car with the parent nervously looking behind.
There's a difference between learning to drive a manual and learning
to drive. The two don't necessarily have to happen at the same time.
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