Discussion in 'Powertrain' started by destca, Jul 23, 2006.
By cbass? Impossibru
Or he could save the hassle and go RHD like a JDM boss.
RHD in America = Ricey.
1. You wouldn't be able to pass ppl on a single lane highway
2. You will get all the attention from the cops
3. You will have a hard time in fast food drive through and toll booths
Spoken like a true Corolla Boss.
None of those are/would be problems for me, but people do it all the time
How on earth can you be mad, when everyone here is supporting and liking your logical post.
He's not mad; he just thinks you're kidding him.
spoken like a true boss
Well no one was kidding here. I don't have those problems because I don't go through tolls or drive-throughs.
you dont travel alot...
He drove on a road with street signs for the last segment to my house instead of the tollroad, which was $3.75.
I pay $5.00 a day for the bridge.
1. Usually exceeding the speed limit is needed, so legally that's a non issue.
2. That already happens daily. Non issue.
3. Don't eat fast food, or get your lazy ass up and go inside. Non issue.
4. To be different. Also not an issue, if you're a boss.
can you see whats in front of you?
you did not cover the tool booth situation....
I've passed people by seeing the view on the right side of the car. And besides, if you really have to pass because you're in that much of a hurry, leave sooner. There will also always be a passing lane eventually. And as for toll roads, I haven't driven very long, only 5 legal years, but I have never needed a toll road. I've also been on a trip from California to New York and back to California... didn't use a single toll road. And really, how hard would it be to stop, and lean over to the window. People walk up to the passenger side of my car all the time and hand me things. Not that hard. Anything else you'd like me to disprove?
Hey you brought it up dork
pinche bolsa de douche
Yeah, I always go out of my way to avoid tolls (yes we have them).
Yep we have them too, but it is perfectly possible to avoid them
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