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"...Downshifting (also known as engine braking) is similar. You shift down while decelerating by selecting a lower gear and letting out the clutch while smoothly applying the throttle to match revs. Downshifting allows you to accelerate again if traffic conditions change. However, if you come to a complete stop, it’s for the best to shift into neutral, hold the brake and shift into first gear just before you are ready to start moving again. What you have to know is that op..." Continue Reading →
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