Bill L wrote:
> a sprite IS harder to teach than other cars, because the range
> of motion is so tiny.. its more like having buttons for gas,
> clutch and well the brakes are manual and that'll take some
> getting used to! .. the steering is soooo quick, the shift
> lever doesn't move far.. the motions are all relatively
> precise, BUT, if she can drive a sprite, she can drive ANY
> MANUAL TRANNY FOREVERAFTER!
And this is all the more reason to teach her on the Sprite.
My kids learned on a Sprite and a pick up truck.
My daughter can drive anything and she is glad I taught her on both
Between my son and myself, we are teaching my daughter-in-law how to
drive a stick. My son has a Mini that she wants to drive. She takes out
the A40 and practices but she is still a bit shy about the highway.
Toms River, NJ