Stick Shift Driving Lessons
Whether you're starting from scratch, need additional time, or just need a quick refresher, we have the right lesson plan tailored to fit your needs.
- Perfect for: Valet parking, mechanics moving cars on the lot, automobile detailers.
- Our basic package is ideal for anyone who needs to drive a stick shift at low speeds. You’ll learn how to engage first gear, engage the reverse, and feather the clutch to move the car into and out of parking spots, engine bays, and show rooms.
- Perfect for: UPS Driving, Renting cars while traveling.
- Level 2 gives you a blend of value and experience, teaching you how to go up through the gears, downshift, rev match, and parking in parking lots. This is the minimum we’d recommend if you’re going to drive on the open road. After taking this lesson you’ll be ready to learn the remaining aspects of driving a stick on your own time.
- Perfect for: Vehicles under 250 Horsepower.
- Most popular training package.
- In Level 3 we teach you how to ensure that your transmission lasts a long long time. We’ll teach you everything in Level 1 and Level 2, plus hill starts and parallel parking. Level 3 will teach you how to do everything you need to do in your vehicle while also helping you to protect your clutch and save on repair bills.
- Perfect for: Vehicles over 250 Horsepower
- Level 4 is where we prepare you for the power and sensitivity of sports cars and heavy duty trucks. The basic mechanics of a 250+ vehicle are the same, but the big difference is in pedal control. You’re going to need precise shifting, rev matching, and power management so that you protect your clutch when getting the lead out. But even more important is managing all of that power at low speeds. Feathering into a parking spot can be tricky when you have a massively powerful engine under the hood. We’ll pay extra attention to pedal control, teach you how to toe heel, and feather the clutch so that you maintain smooth and steady control at low speeds. The last thing you want to do is accidentally lurch forward and scratch your bumper. Better to spend your money on performance enhancing parts than dent and scratch shops.