I’ve never driven a vehicle in my entire life that attracts as much attention as my Nissan Skyline GT-R. It’s like driving around in the Oscar Meyer Wienermobile, except everyone thinks you’re British.
Strewth! That goosey drongo is chucking a tire in the bushes. Stone the crows! Give the bloody garbo a dose of the blueies, the carvey bloggo wobbling dingo-smuggler!
Whenever I get behind the wheel of my Nissan Skyline GT-R — a truly seminal Japanese performance car with one of the most enduring, iconic shapes of our generation — I am always overcome with a certain special, powerful sense. Namely, a sense of deeper respect for the men and women of the United States Postal Service.
G'day mate. If you come from a land down undah' Nice Price or Crack Pipe has a 1978 Holden that'll make you didgeridoo yourself.
Here's a map of the world showing driving directions for all countries and any changes occurring since Finland changed in 1858. Map color key below.
Kazakhstan has decided not to ban the presence of right-hand drive cars on its roads after all. Rather, future imports of RHD vehicles will be restricted. The government reversed its intention take the vehicles — largely imported JDM models — off the nation's highways and byways due to the massive upsetitude of many…
Holy crap, this is the scariest vehicle we've seen in ages. It's a US model Jeep Cherokee Sport converted to right-hand-drive for rural-route mail delivery, or for the UK, Australia, or Japanese buyer who takes his No Fear sticker literally. Comes complete with Darwin Award brand belt, guaranteed not to snap unless…