Going to drive AutomaticWatch
I wouldn't worry about it.
Is this ok, i don't know if i would be ok learning in a manuel because of my dyspraxcia
Nobody needs to know you only have an auto licence. Loads of people with manual licences choose to drive auto cars.
If you were to rent a car then it might be a bit more difficult or expensive, but that's about the only down side I can think of.
You might like to try a manual to see how it feels (maybe ask a parent to take you into an empty car par/ field or get a lesson), but there's no real reason you shouldn't just do auto.
Driving an automatic is absolutely fine. Go for it if you think you'll feel more comfortable.
The only reason I'd think twice about learning in an auto is if you have/ or intend on getting a job where you might need to drive a company-provided car... that might be a little tricky if you can only drive a certain type of car.. but otherwise it shouldn't really be a problem
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The main reason I did manual was because my friends kept telling me to. Manual took me a very long time to get a hang of and made me wish I chose automatic while learning. Now after passing I drive a manual car but still would rather have had an automatic car because I cba with the hassle. Unless you want to get a job in future that gives you a company car which will most likely be manual then don't learn automatic else just do it. In future manual cars will be a thing of the past if self driving cars don't take over first.
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