You have to be proficient in the pre-trip, dock backing, perpendicular parking, and road test.
Grinding gears shouldn't be an issue, but I wouldn't skip any.
I think you are mentally thinking about it too hard.
You'll find that sweet spot in the clutch quick.
Once you have all the preliminaries done, is there a short training period?I will be taking the driving test for a feeder driving position. Its been a couple years since I drove a 10 speed if I grind the gears alittle bit is that a fail? If anyone can provide any info.,what causes failure, advice, suggestions, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks!
Yes, at school, they train you to double clutch and not to skip gears.Do they make you use the clutch in the big rigs? Just curious because no one does in real life other than to start.
I know when I took my class A test you had to and I had to practice double clutching after years of floating gears in a tri-axle while I had my class B.