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Re: RHD, no thanks.

Subject: Re: RHD, no thanks.
From: Zubrovka <>
Date: Fri, 6 Sep 2002 02:40:39 -0400
This made me remember riding one night across the countryside of 
Scotland in a Damiler Double Six sedan (Jaguar XJ).  The gentleman 
driving was really getting into the spirit of it, but every time we 
took a sharp curve and met oncoming headlights, I found myself 
grabbing for controls that weren't there.  I'm pretty sure if I 
attempted to drive in the UK, I would get in an accident in a 
situation like that.  Instinctively pull the car to the wrong side 
and WHAM.

>In a message dated 9/5/02 6:58:52 PM Pacific Daylight Time,
> writes:
>>  so if being noticed is your
>>  gig, get a RHD.  Myself, I'm sticking to what I'm used to, LHD.
>I drive a RHD Jensen CV-8 ands switch back and forth with no problem, and
>have jumped from a LHD MGA to a RHD TR-2 at the track and raced both with no
>problems. I'm sure with practice you'd be able to master it.

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