Medical Cards

SGraham

New Member
What is the caught driving with an expired medical card
 
Meaning go to your local DMV witI medical card and get it registered otherwise untill then you have nothing more then a regular driver licences.Once you upgrade then you have your Class A back.
Thanks!! Just went through that very thing!! I have another problem. I can shift good double clutch and float. Problem getting back in correct gear after coasting in neutral. I have a 10 speed Volvo.
 

patriciajnsn

Steering Wheel Holder
Thanks!! Just went through that very thing!! I have another problem. I can shift good double clutch and float. Problem getting back in correct gear after coasting in neutral. I have a 10 speed Volvo.
You need to be quick at shifting.You already have your cdl don't you?
 

Injun

Rabid Squaw
Staff member
Supporter
Thanks!! Just went through that very thing!! I have another problem. I can shift good double clutch and float. Problem getting back in correct gear after coasting in neutral. I have a 10 speed Volvo.
Are you trolling us? :stare1:
 

GAnthony

Methuselah
Supporter
Thanks!! Just went through that very thing!! I have another problem. I can shift good double clutch and float. Problem getting back in correct gear after coasting in neutral. I have a 10 speed Volvo.
good luck doing the coasting thing.
 

patriciajnsn

Steering Wheel Holder
Why any distance at all? Why would you give up any control of your vehicle?
If you'll look back a few post he's not doing it intentionally.Maybe you can give him a short online lesson how to shift get it in gear so he doesn't coast.I'm not good at explaining.He's a new driver asking for advice.
 

Injun

Rabid Squaw
Staff member
Supporter
Usually,
10 mph = 5th
15 mph = 6th
25 mph = 7th
35 mph = 8th
45 mph = 9th
55 mph = 10th

But don't coast out of gear.

(and I don't see where he said it's accidental. He said he shifts just fine, so I would logically conclude that he's doing it on purpose.)
 

patriciajnsn

Steering Wheel Holder
Usually,
10 mph = 5th
15 mph = 6th
25 mph = 7th
35 mph = 8th
45 mph = 9th
55 mph = 10th

But don't coast out of gear.

(and I don't see where he said it's accidental. He said he shifts just fine, so I would logically conclude that he's doing it on purpose.)
Actually the way i'm understanding it is he's trying to get it into gear but having a tough time so he's coasting.I read between the lines.He stays in neutral too long.
 

Injun

Rabid Squaw
Staff member
Supporter

patriciajnsn

Steering Wheel Holder
Here's what he said:






and here's what he said:





Not much room left between those lines to read anything.
While coasting he's trying to get it in gear.Highly doubt he's doing it on purpose.If he's driving and can't get it into gear coasting is better then stopping and finding the correct gear to be in.Although I recommend him getting retrained untill he can shift.Because one day it could mean desasterous if he's coasting in town.
 
While coasting he's trying to get it in gear.Highly doubt he's doing it on purpose.If he's driving and can't get it into gear coasting is better then stopping and finding the correct gear to be in.Although I recommend him getting retrained untill he can shift.Because one day it could mean desasterous if he's coasting in town.
Thanks!!! For tha chart!!
 
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