Clutch every time you brake?

Should you press the clutch every time you brake?

You need to press the clutch if you want to stop or nearly stop. Otherwise, the car will stall.

If you need to slow down for something like a bend, then you only need to release the gas or press the brake, but no clutch is necessary unless you need to change gear as you're not stopping or almost stopping.

Watch the video below for demonstrations.

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