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Soaring:
It takes a few weeks, but when you come back to the states and drive, you understand why the English and Aussies drive on the wrong side.  It just makes more sense. 

muncher:
Hi there from a neighbour......well sort of. Very nice Mustang!!

Soaring:
New Zealand is definitely a neighbor to Austrailia.  I am glad you guys are able to purchase and work on your Mustangs.  Give us a holler if you need any information. 

jmiller:

--- Quote from: Soaring on April 12, 2010, 10:56:10 PM ---It takes a few weeks, but when you come back to the states and drive, you understand why the English and Aussies drive on the wrong side.  It just makes more sense.

--- End quote ---

I have been to some countries and I had to drive on the wrong side there as well but I never understood why people think it makes more sene. So I hope you can explain why it makes more sense. Maybe I will get used to a little better in the future when I know why it makes sense.

Anyway, great car.

Soaring:
One simple thing is that you drive in the left lane, so when you want to turn left, you don't have to cross oncoming traffic.  More than anything, it's just an historical thing.  That's the way it has always been done in those countries.  What I meant by it makes sense, is that it is virtually no different than driving in the right lane.  So, once you drive in the left lane for awhile, it makes just as much sense as driving in the right lane. 

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