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  1. Thanks Dave, yes, when you apply the handbrake. Did you mean “ Then when getting ready to pull away you shift back into E? and gently feed in the throttle until you feel the car move against the handbrake then you release the handbrake.
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  3. Hi fellow Agyo buddies. Im sure this has already been asked a thousand times before. I’ve just recently passed my test and purchased a 2014 plate Aygo. I want to get the best out of my car and take good care of it. I learnt in a fully automatic car which was very high tech (didn’t even have a manual hand brake) so it’s all but scary at the moment. I’ve read lots of worrying topics about wearing the clutch out, which I do not want to do, So my questions is this : when I come to a stop on a hill should I move the gearbox from E to N? and then change it back to E when I’m moving again and clear of the hill? I have absolutely no idea what to do to stop myself from jolting backwards when I press the accelerator to move. Any advice is greatly welcomed.
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