With an automatic transmission, which is the best explanation as to why there is no need for a driver-operated clutch?
The clutch is already built into the accelerator.
There is a torque converter that automatically changes the torque needed.
The clutch is solely to change gears from 1-5. Automatic cars only use the D or drive gear.
The clutch is responsible for the turning of the wheels but in automatic transmissions, it is replaced by the universal joint.
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