How can I learn how to drive stick quickly?

I interview for a satellite installer position with Dish Network on Tuesday. I found out during my phone interview that all their trucks have manual transmission, and being able to drive stick is a requirement for the job. It's kind of embarrassing, but in the 16 years since I began driving, I still haven't learned how to drive stick. I really need this job, but have no friends or family that own a manual transmission car. Everyone drives automatics.

Asked By: - 1/22/2012
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Well I learned by simply hoping into one in a large, empty parking lot and having at it. However, that isn't going to work in your case... More
Answered By: Kelli - 1/22/2012
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Listen to the lady gaga song. Lets have some fun, this beat is sick, I wanna take a ride on your disco stick Awnser mine? It may be interesting to you? Seriously
Answered By: Tilly - 1/22/2012
There are driving school that offer classes to teach people how to drive so they can get their license.. Those instructors can maybe help you out in learning to drive stick shift... You can ask at your local DMV if they knw any driving schools or.check ur local newspaper... Or.theres also youtube but I dnt knw how.much... More
Answered By: ♥♥♥RACHAEL♥♥♥ - 1/22/2012
Check with a local driving school. Most have a manual car available at request. You can go for a few short lessons or like a single 4 hr class. Might run you about 100-200 bux.
Answered By: Big Bill Haywood - 1/22/2012
Man, you'd better practice. All manuals are the same but they drive differently, especially the throw of the clutch , and trucks can be harder than passenger vehicles. Ask your friends and friends of theirs, and on and on.
Answered By: Mark - 1/22/2012
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