Compared to last year, 4,000 more drivers have received a driver’s license only for automatic cars this year, reported NRK news.
During 2016, the number of driver’s licenses issued only for automatics increased each month.
The decreasing supply of stick-shift cars using manual transmission, and the costs associated with taking a driving license for stick-shift vehicles, may explain some of the change.
‘We have automatic cars at home, and those are what I have had practice with. Also, it was less expensive for me to take this kind of driver’s license’, 17-year-old Susanne Lone Ågensen told NRK news.
Source: NTB scanpix / Norway Today