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  1. With regards to my new Automatic Venue, the top end version - this is my first auto' car after having driven manual transmission for over 13 years. I am a bit confused in shifting between the D and the N mode of the car. Scenario 1 - In Stop and Go traffic, should we keep switching between the 2(D and N) modes OR hold onto the Brake pedal. I read that switching between D and N could damage the transmission system. t the same I have read some user reviews, claiming that in such traffic situations holding onto D causes the DCT to overheat Please advise. Scenario 2 - At traffic light stoppages, shouldnt we shift to N? If yes, would this usage(shifting to N) affect the DCT transmission which is what the manual states Please advise.