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Sounds like the clutch is not disengaging from the flywheel. When you drive and shift, you're essentially power-shifting. I'd suggest checking the clutch hydraulics. Is the fluid level okay? Are there any leaks around the master cylinder (either in the engine bay or under the dash behind the clutch pedal)? Is there fluid around the clutch slave cylinder (peel back the rubber dust protector)? A less likely possibility is a damaged clutch fork (the part that engages the release bearing). A last possibility is a worn or broken pressure plate. The latter 2 require removal of the transmission and a clutch replacement.
 
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