Originally Posted by Pocket-full-of-gold
Accelerator pedal on right, brake in the middle, clutch (where applicable) on the left.
So, pretty much the same, except you're working the clutch gears with the left hand, unless it's three on the tree. I had an old 65 Ford Econoline that had 3 on the tree, meaning the shifter was right under the steering wheel.
Originally Posted by eclipseownzu
I owned a right hand drive car for a while and I could never quite get used to shifting with my left hand. Other than that it is pretty much the same.
Well except for the fact that I owned a right hand drive car on American roads. Confused a lot of people when I pulled up next to them or got out of the car.
It works pretty good for mail delivery and parallel parking I'd imagine. It would be hard to get used to shifting with the left hand.
Sorry OP, didn't mean to hijack your thread. My advice would be to take more swims or showers and get a safari hat with a little fan built right into it.