I have a father I saw every other weekend who didn’t give a about teaching me anything, and who never owned a stick. It wasn’t until my early 30s that I learned to drive one for this job.To be a real Man you need to know to drive stick!! just saying!!
I din't need a father to became a man either ! I learned to drive stick about 12 year old just to catch up with my friends , I think was a motorcycle first , Never had a Father figure but, I found role models and payed off for who I am today, thanks to thoses who hate me too !! I little man at 12 years old and still that Man today!!I have a father I saw every other weekend who didn’t give a about teaching me anything, and who never owned a stick. It wasn’t until my early 30s that I learned to drive one for this job.
I still considered myself a man. Just saying.
learned standard at 5 years old, have owned them since i got my first car, i hate autos, always look for a clutch hahaha,
That's exactly my story. HahaPretty much self taught. It's not that hard to learn. I used to sneak out at night and take my Brother's '85 RX-7 out and practice.
My Dad showed me some stuff about starting on a hill. I did a gnarly burn out the first attempt. He was soooo mad but couldn't help but bust out laughing after the tire smoke came inside. I didn't roll back.
well i guess technically i am a "millennial" since the google says so, lol, but im 34, the first car i learned on was a standard, and keep buying them, i hate autos, taught myself to drive on a 4 speed 83 ranger with locking hubs and manual 4wd, love that truck, still have it, but ex mother in law killed it by running it without oil, (she "borrowed" it for a few weeks to haul trash and weeds) one day, maybe i will get it running again.That's why I buy manuals, cuz millenials cant steal it.