Obviously, check out the megathread linked before, but the quick tips I'd give is that you will keep larger following distance and gaps at stoplights etc as damage is simply not an option for the Elise.I am looking into getting an elise for a daily drive when I move to Maryland. Should be only commuting about 20 to 30 mins. Is it practical for that type of driving? This will be the first mid engine car. :shift:
Got into about 5 miles of "creep along" traffic on the way back from the track the other day.... AARRRRGGGGHHHH!!!!! Honestly, I very, very rarely drive in that kind of mess and forgot what a pain it can be with a clutch. Also, these cars (mine at least) do not like to creep along. With the idle setting I have while running the A/C it moves along briskly when it starts going. Very annoying and really not a good application for what is basically a raw fun/track car.I believe it is practical for your application, but if it is a lot of stop-and-go traffic, the constant use of the clutch would get old quickly. Welcome to the forum.