Manual Transmission

A manual transmission is a type of transmission that allows the driver to manually shift gears by using a clutch pedal and a shifter. This type of transmission typically has fewer gears than an automatic transmission, and it requires the driver to be more actively engaged in the driving process.
Some people prefer manual transmissions because they feel more in control of the car and enjoy the feeling of shifting gears. Manual transmissions also tend to be more fuel-efficient and less expensive to repair than automatic transmissions.
Manual transmissions are used in cars all around the world, but they are more common in Europe and Asia than in North America. They are also more common in smaller, lower-priced cars than in larger, higher-end cars.
A manual transmission works by using a clutch pedal and a gear shifter to change gears. When the clutch pedal is pressed, it disengages the engine from the transmission, allowing the driver to shift gears using the gear shifter. Once the gear is selected, the driver releases the clutch pedal, which re-engages the engine with the transmission and allows the vehicle to move forward.