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    Registered User WalterK75's Avatar
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    Police rider's handbook

    I have been reading this British publication. Does anyone know if it has been "translated" into a North American format? By this I mean has it been edited so references to the right and left side of the road, in text and illustrations, are in conformity with the way we use our roads?
    Walter

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    I've never heard that the book has been reworked for us drive-on-the-righters.

    Still, I found it a very useful work, 'tho it can be a but of a chore to flip things side-to-side while reading it. I was glad I spent the time to do so.
    David Brick
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    For the translation: Keep in mind that a left handed glove turned inside-out is a right handed glove.
    Stan

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    I'm going through the book for the second time and have successfully turned my mind inside out while reading it. It's quite a good read and a different perspective than some of the other books on riding. I was just curious to see if there was a driving-on-the-right-hand-side-of-the-road version.
    Walter

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    H. L. Mencken

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