Developments in transmissions - a global overview
For the first half-century of the practical internal combustion engined road vehicle, there was only one form of transmission. This consisted of a friction clutch, operated by the driver via a pedal, and a gearbox in which various ratios could be selected by the driver, using some form of lever acting on the actual selector mechanism.
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