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Hi, in the car's manual it says you shouldn't shift from D to M "while driving at high speeds", since it could damage the engine.
How fast is "high speeds" according to them? I've shifted from D to M at about 30kph, but I wouldn't want to "find out" that 35kph (which to me seems low) is the limit.

For example, there are times where I'm driving normally, but let's say I start getting close to a steep incline; while doing 60kph. I don't want to fully stop if there are other cars behind me, but I'd like to shift to M so I'll have more control during the climb.
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