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I am a new driver. In manual transmission, in a crowded traffic, when accelator is at the bare minimum we can further reduce the speed below this bare minimum by keeping the cluth depressed to some extent. My question is how do you do the same thing in an automatic transmission wherein there is no clutch.
By AHFFFFFF 09 September 2009

An Automatic transmission car is like driving a dashing car at an amusement park.. you have only a accelerator and a break .
Once the car is in P1 / P2 all you need to do is hit the accelerator.

As per your question i would suggest put the car in P1 and control with a slight nudge on the accelerator if thats not slow enough you can press the break slightly .. hope that solves your problem

Answer by Marlon 09 September 2009
Expert`s comment:

With AT version you can go at any desired low speed with the first and second gear itself.

Answer by Shiva Shankar 09 September 2009
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