With all the threads about cars, it seems to me that the TDPRI has a higher than average population of manual transmission drivers. The interwebs say it's only 18% of American and 80% of Europeans and Japanese who can drive a manual. I'm sure that American number is skewed towards older drivers. I'm curious as to what our population is. Of course, these results are worthless because we are world wide, but hey - it's just for fun. Vote, reply, whatever you want. This is just an informal curiosity.