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Q: Where to find used left hand drive tvr?
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Where can one purchase a used left hand drive vehicle?

One can search on listings of used vehicles that are on sale, or check with used car dealers. In addition, there are specialist websites specifically for buying (and selling) left-hand drive vehicles such as the Left Hand Drive Centre.


What does Germany used in driving right or left hand drive?

Left hand drive, the same as the rest of Continental Europe.


Which foot is used for throttle in a right hand drive car?

The pedal placement is the same as in a left hand drive car.


Why do the British drive on the left hand side of the road?

We drive on the left hand side of the road, well because that's the way we've always driven. It originates from the Romans who invaded England many years ago. They use to drive on the left so we still drive on the left. Most countries which used to belong to the British Empire e.g India, New Zealand, Australia, Pakistan, Fiji, etc all, as I know of, drive the left hand side of the road.


Why had America adopted right hand drive instead of the universal left hand drive?

I think Right hand drive, Electric lighting swith-on positions or changes in English language were part of the reactions to the colonial rule in America- that is not to do what the colonisers used to do.


Which side of the road do you drive on in England?

In England, as in the rest of the UK and Ireland, we drive on the left-hand side of the road. This is because the majority of our population has always been right-handed. Many years ago, when we still used horse-and-cart, it was decreed that we would drive on the left so that if we were attacked, we could hold the reigns with our left hand, and defend ourselves with the right (our strong hand).


Which lane of the road is used for driving in South Africa?

In South Africa, they drive on the left-hand side of the road.


What is the idea behind him about Fleming's left hand rule and right hand hand rule?

hmm,firstly for the fleming's left hand rule it is mostly to find the force if given the direction of the magnetic field and direction of current!whereas according to fleming's right hand rule it is used to find the current induced in the circuit where field lines are cut!!


How can handwriting be used to find out who murdered someone?

People hand write things differently so say the murder left a note saying i killed this guy. it was hand written and left no genetic evidence so they they find out who wrote it by looking at different peoples handwriting.


What does the abbreviation VDC mean when used in association with vehicles?

VDC stands for the Vehicle Development Corporation who are based in Victoria, Australia. Their main area of business is converting cars and trucks from left hand to right hand drive.


How can you play field hockey left-handed as there are no legal left-handed sticks?

There are a lot of left-handed players in the world including internationals who play with regulation hockey sticks. With a little practice and getting used to the skills you will find that a lot of the skill involved in field hockey uses the left hand more than the right in hockey. For example, the Indian dribble uses the left hand to turn the sticks face from left to right when dribbling. When controling the ball you will find that much of the work is done by the left hand at the top of the stick, and the right hand is really just for support and stabilising the stick.


Which hand signal in a netball is used for intimidation?

left hand


Why raise left hand when swearing on bible?

Google "left-handed-oath". There is a saying that when you swear with you left hand you do not intend to keep the oath. The left hand is considered 'unclean'- before toilet paper people wiped with their left hand. Therefore, when eating, or shaking someone's hand, you always used your right hand.


What is a right hand lane used for in a 3 lane motorway?

It depends on which country you are in. Countries may drive on the left or right carriageway and local rules may apply to lanes.


Why does your 5 year old son start writing with his left hand and finishes with his right hand?

it is probably easier for him i used to be like that but i settled into being left handed The boy has not yet " decided " which hand he will use to write with. At a certain point, his brain will decide on left or right "handedness " Don't push him to use one hand, over the other, let him find out for himself. Do encourage him to "keep on writing " with either hand.


Why do Muslims eat with their right hand?

Muslims eat with their right hand as the right hand represents all things good and just whereas the left hand is known as the hand of the devil.( nothing offensive to left handed people) they believe that the left hand should be used to clean ones parts so should not be used for eating.


Which hand is used in palmistry?

in palmistry the right hand is considered as more important than the left as the left is the hand which you were born with and the right is the one which you make.


When and why did the British custom of driving on the left side of the road begin?

Britons have always used the left hand side of the road, but it only became law in 1835. The custom pre-dates cars and goes back to the days when many people went on horseback and carried swords. Since most people were right-handed, travelling on the left hand side of the road made more sense from a swordsman's point of view. The first serious use of the right hand side came about in France in the 1700s. This French custom gradually spread throughout Europe as Napoleon conquered more and more of it. Prior to the American revolution, most people in the USA used the left hand side of the road, but after 1776 the right hand side was used in order to distance the US from its British origins. Currently most European and American countries use the right hand side of the road, but countries with a strong British influence, such as India, Australia and many African countries drive on the left. In Japan, drivers use the left side and all Japanese cars for the domestic market must have right-hand drive.


Why does the UK drive on the left?

In the days of the knights, horsemen would stay to the left so that they could carry their weapons in their right hand and be prepared for battle. The practice continued, since the British, like many cultures, tend to resist change. The whole world used to drive on the left (even Mediæval knights rode on the left at tournaments) and I think it was Napoleon who hated the British and decided that France would drive on the right. As his armies poured across Europe they took driving on the right with them.


Jim Hendrix played guitar with which hand?

he used his left hand to play guitar


Which hand did Lou Gehrig throw with?

Lou Gehrig used his left hand to throw.


Where is the left hand screw used?

Wherever a right hand screw would be prone to unscrew itself.


Which hand and finger is used for a wedding ring?

Left hand, ring finger. That's why it's called the ring finger. :) (If you don't know which finger that is, if you're looking at your left hand, it's the second finger from the left.)


Russia woman wear wedding ring on what hand finger?

Usually on the right hand, ring finger. This is because, in many countries, the right hand is considered to be superior to the left. In days gone by, the right hand was used for eating while the left hand was used for wiping oneself after going to the toilet.


Why are the steering wheels on the right side of non-american vehicles?

It isn't about a vehicle being "american" or not. It's about which side of the road the vehicle is expected to be driven on. You can find right-drive Fords just as you can find left-drive Jaguars. Steering wheel placement aims to put the driver closer to the middle of the road. Some countries decided differently WRT which side of the road to drive on. Cars made to be used in right-side-traffic have the steering wheels to the left, while cars made to be used in left side traffic have the steering wheel to the right.