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You'll enter roundabouts by heading to the left.

posted by clutchdisc2018 on Mar 07, 2018
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  On highways and motorways, the "slow" lanes are the outside lanes, and when you're driving on the left that means they are the left lane.

  Sometimes problems come when you start to feel comfortable, and you are less clutch button manufacturers alert. My biggest problem as navigator is I will sometimes say turn left when I mean right, because now a right turn is across traffic..."

  You'll enter roundabouts by heading to the left.. in Australia and New Zealand...

  Here's something to remember when you're contemplating this. That's where you'll get on, and you may just want to stay in that lane until you feel comfortable.. right? Left? Right?

  When you're used to driving on the right. It's true some things might be hard to gauge if you pick up a rental car and need to drive on the left. or actually passenger seat drive.. you'll still have to master driving on the left, but at least you won't have to shift too!


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