I suppose you like Ken Livingstone then!BURTON said:Nothing Wrong with a Leftie..
BURTON said:Nothing Wrong with a Leftie..
It actually means that you have to plan an overtaking manouvere rather than just pushing the loud pedal and hoping!M5 powered said:Ever tried overtaking in a left hand drive car? Certainly not for the faint hearted. Fine on motorways, but as for the rest, forget it.
It certainly tests your roadcraft and I think makes you a little better as a driver too as there is more thought involved.BURTON said:I agree with you there. It means that you think alot more about what you are about to do. You have to read everything alot better and plan for something to happen etc.
I think this car was the subject of another thread when it was last advertised but I cannot remember which one as I am at work and have only dial up it takes too long to search each forum. If nobody has found it later when I am at home I will try and have a look for the threadMmm-Five said:
It makes you think and keeps your speed down abit also!!Simonal said:It certainly tests your roadcraft and I think makes you a little better as a driver too as there is more thought involved.
I am not sure how many take there cars abroad but when you are there you do the same in reverse, if you see what I mean.....That is what I used to do when I took some of my RHD cars abroad.....
BURTON said:It makes you think and keeps your speed down abit also!!
Mmm-Five said:And I can't be arsed getting out to order/pay for my Big Mac/Double Whopper/Zinger, nor for car parks!
no flames....well not yet...lol.... just I would not convert my Touring to RHD although I know Sam's is very nice I like it original and that is LHD and I think that this is more of a special car.Rob Plummer said:Don't get me wrong, I love my M5, but I don't think they're THAT special that I'd be prepared to put up with having a left hooker.
Just my opinion of course. I await your flames