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Old 08-11-2006, 08:21 AM
polaris6
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Originally Posted by Alan Bates
Allow me to try: On a two-lane highway in the United States drivers meet each other on the one whistle side. In England they meet on the two whistle side. In order to pass a car in the United States the overtaking car will pass on the two whistle side. Think American two lane highways for passing and meeting rules on the water.
I like that analogy. However, does that address the point of confusion I enumerated in my previous message? If it did, I missed it.
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