Not planning to convert to RHD. I don't think there will be any issues with getting a road worthy cert on a LHD.
Good man...I have driven mine as a daily for 26 yrs in NZ...and still left hook
Driving with the driver in the center of the road is down right dangerous...one of the biggest ripoffs in history..
The gear stick in the right hand is quick to used to.
The strangest thing for a passenger, since they are on the 'drivers' side is the rear vision mirror..one has a natural tendency to look up at it and can only see hood lining lol...
Going around cnrs, the line is different, as a passenger, turning left they think u are going to clip the kurb...turning right u will leave heaps of space
If u have the quick ratio steering box, watch u dont clip the curb on a left turn with the back wheel.
U will have a tendency to drift out to the center line..yep sounds strange...keep left.
On the highway, heading down a hill, with a right bend at the bottom and hill going up...there is a blind spot for the road going up the hill blocked by the rear vision mirror...dont cut the cnr.
parrell parking..reverse in...once u have the knack of this, u can put the 1st gen Camaro in a bery small parking spot that even small jappas like a toyota corolla cant get into.
Open road, in a line of traffic...since everyone is right hook, the car up front all tend to stagger a little towards the center of the road...being Lhook stay to the left and u can see well ahead up the inside.
When passing, stay well back from the car /truck in front..if the road is clear from your position to the left (above comment) pull to the center double check, then GO...in most cases u will not need to cross the center line because sitting next to the car u are passing one can pass a lot closer to it.
Winding narrow back roads are great with left hook, u can cut close on inside cnrs, and safe and wide on the outside.
Once u get used to the differences, u will love the ease and safety of driving of driving left hook on right hook roads.
The Stupid desk jockeys will a string of degrees who dream up things having to put warning bumber stickers on (dont need them in NZ) and restrictions on importation and conversion of L hooks.....if they had 1/2 a brain they would die of confusion
Historically (where countries have converted the national fleet from right hand to left hand driving) a stastical eveidence of miles driven/accident(Gov and insurance companies) shows driving next to the curb is far safer and saves lives.