Hey BeamNG, I don't know if this is planned but I believe this can be very useful when driving the Gavril T-Series. Trucks like the Gavril T-Series require more gears, which currently is in a standard H-Shifter form introduced to the game. This can get complicated sometimes in reality so transmission manufacturers usually have either Range-Transmissions, Splitter-Transmissions, or Range-Splitter-Transmissions. A Range-Transmission allows you to have two sets of gears. You can switch in-between them by using a lever or button. In BeamNG.drive's Gavril T-Series case, it could be two sets of H-Shift patterns with six gears. This option could make shifting on the Gavril T-Series much easier and realistic. The way it could look like is as following: 1|2|3|4|5|6 <=Range Change=> 7|8|9|10|11|12. Splitter-Transmissions use the same technique as Range-Transmissions. But in a slightly different way. Instead of going 1|2|3|4|5|6 <=Range Change=> 7|8|9|10|11|12, Splitters go like 1|3|5|7|9|11 <=Split Change=> 2|4|6|8|10|12. And off course you can split using a lever or button. This could also be useful for the Gavril T-Series but could be more difficult for beginners. Again, this could option make shifting on the Gavril T-Series much easier and realistic. A Range-Splitter-Transmission is more advanced. It combines both a Range-Transmission and Splitter-Transmission. This allows for even more gear ratios. Could be useful for 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, or even 19 or 20 gear transmissions. And off course, you can range and split the transmission using buttons or levers. These types of transmissions could be difficult for beginners as well like the splitter. But again this option could make shifting on the Gavril T-Series much easier and realistic. If you guys really wonder how useful Range-Transmissions, Splitter-Transmissions, or Range-Splitter-Transmissions are, check out Euro Truck Simulator 2 or American Truck Simulator. For those that like polls, I have made one. @tdev, please consider looking into this. Cheers, Gregory U.