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How do you drive an automatic vehicle. from the Parking gear do you progress from L, 2 then Drive gear or you just go in to the Drive gear straight away.

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Just go right into Drive gear, if your pulling a load, like a trailer, that's when you would used L,2.

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You just select it to drive.
L is 'low' and when you select tht one , the gear stays in low only and wont change, if you select 2 the gears would select itself 1st and 2nd only!

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