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I consider driving on the top of the road to be safest generally....

by gryng (Hermit)
on Jul 06, 2000 at 18:02 UTC ( #21299=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to I consider driving on this side of the road to be safest generally....

Is there any doubt? The top of the road is the safest, generally. The bottom side doesn't sound too fun, and left and right sides require me to know what country I'm in (yeah like I'd be able to figure that out).

Ciao ;) ,
Gryn


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RE: I consider driving on the top of the road to be safest generally....
by nardo (Friar) on Jul 07, 2000 at 06:28 UTC
    Top of the road is the safest? Every car accident I hear about occurs on the top of the road, clearly the bottom is much safer.
      Nardo,
      Could you please tell me what kind of modifications you've made to your car? Or what kind of vehicle you drive?

      You've convinced me of the relative safeness of the bottom side of the road (that is, until it becomes as popular as the top). However, I don't know how to get my VW to drive down there, help! :)

      Ciao,
      Gryn
        Don't you watch cartoons? I drive one of those drillmobile things that the bad guys always use where they drill underneath a building and then they break through the floor and then they all pop out of the vehicle and attempt their evil scheme but somehow their plan gets foiled by the good guys.

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