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Expert: There is no accident with right-hand drive cars on the continent Travel 

Expert: There is no accident with right-hand drive cars on the continent

According to Albert Péter, senior driving instructor, if one has learned to handle the vehicle properly, then right-hand drive cars are not crashed on the continent.

Péter Albert was asked that the Budapest Police Headquarters said Tuesday that a 25-year-old British driver and two passengers had rented a car on the right-hand side of the Pest lower quay in collision with three well-traveled cars, then walked on foot location. In the accident, two of them were injured. The three British men were captured by the police, and they found drug-suspected herbal substances.
Albert Péter said that it is perfectly possible to get used to the opposite side of the government, just to learn.
If you have to drive on the opposite side, it is usually the biggest problem that the driver can hold the car in the middle and if it is to run over a multi-band roundabout, he added.
He signaled that the accident occurred early in the morning after a “missed night”, and therefore the sensory organs of the man driving the car – alcohol or other consciousness modifiers – were likely to be dulled, then “certain automations” took control, man starts to drive as usual , and most likely it could have caused him to move to the left.

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