Posted by cj on May 1, 2012, 12:03 pm, in reply to "Re: Driving"
everything Scott said.
I live in a rural area and it would be near impossible to drive one. you need to be able to pass a lot of tractors, silage wagons, tourists who are lost LOL, slurry tankers. Not worth the risk!
: None at all except that you can't see to pass,
: it's extremely difficult to get insurance,
: it's that much easier to make a mistake and
: end up on the wrong side of the road, and in
: general will cause you much grief and
: increase tremendously your chance of
: experiencing an early death. Other than
: that, it's fine.
: The nearly unanimous consensus over the
: years is that it's a bad idea to bring a
: left hand drive vehicle to Ireland.
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: Any issues driving American cars on the
: roads (driver on left side of vehicle)?