There are many benefits to owning a manual transmission vehicle, but there are also a few drawbacks.

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For example, a manual transmission requires more concentration, and it can be difficult to learn.

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Read on to discover the pros and cons of both types of transmission. Here are some of the top considerations.

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A manual transmission vehicle requires that the driver engage a clutch pedal to change gears.

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A manual transmission vehicle has a lower starting price and less expensive insurance.

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In addition, a manual transmission is easier to maintain and less likely to malfunction.

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However, you may have to replace or repair the clutch. The manual transmission also lasts longer than an automatic.

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But even with these advantages, there are also some negatives to owning a manual transmission vehicle.

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One of the negatives of owning a manual transmission vehicle is that it is harder to drive in traffic.

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In addition, people with physical limitations may not be able to physically handle the clutch while driving.

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But if you're willing to focus on your driving and don't mind the discomforts, you may not regret getting a manual transmission vehicle.