Malco Grandview Cinema & IMAX is located 1.7 mi from Liberty Park via Madison Ave.
How To Teach Someone To Drive A Stick Shift at Malco Grandview Cinema & IMAX
And now that you've oriented yourself with the gear shift, pedals, steering wheel and their placement inside a manual vehicle; it's time to learn going into 1st gear and drive at slow speeds. For beginner drivers of manual vehicles, this can be especially complex, particularly when you've only ever driven an automatic transmission. To be frank, you're probably going to get a couple sputters and false starts while you're still learning how to shift into 1st gear on a stick shift car. If this occurs to you, don't panic. You and your vehicle's engine will be more than okay. You might just be a little put off with how shaky it gets, but manual vehicles are created to survive a bit of wear and tear. Honestly, you're probably underestimating how sturdy they really are. Now, when you're having stick shift driving lessons, this is how any driving school or instructor will usually teach you to get a manual transmission car into first gear. Slide the shifter knob to the N position with your right hand, press down on the brake pedal with your right foot and keep your left foot on the floor; once in position, turn the engine on. If you haven't already disengaged, be sure to pull up the emergency brake. Then, take your left foot and push down on the clutch until you hit the floor. Then, very carefully press down on the accelerator pedal with your right foot until the RPMs get to 1500. When you're there, take care to keep your foot steady on the accelerator. Then, count back from 7 seconds as you ease your left foot off of the clutch. Do this very carefully and keep it as consistent as possible. When done correctly, you'll hit the clutch bite point and it will get the manual transmission vehicle rolling. After releasing the clutch, press down on the gas to pick up speed with your stick shift car. Keep going until you hit 2500 to a max 3000 RPMs with the engine, then you can start slowing down. To successfully decelerate, practice your clutch work again, starting with pushing the clutch pedal fully. Then, move your right foot to the brake pedal from the gas. The important thing to note here, the clutch ALWAYS comes before the brake. When you've pressed the brake pedal down to the floor, the stick shift vehicle should come to a stop. When stopped, slide the driving stick into the N position and engage the hand brake. When safely parked, pull up your feet from the clutch and brake pedals.