[Healeys] Wing mirrors

Tom Felts tomfelts at windstream.net
Mon May 13 13:59:52 MDT 2013

FWIW, I use the detachable side mirror on my BJ8 and have it mounted on the vent window channel  I can roll the window up but not all the way--maybe 2 inches from the top.  Love it and it doesn't detract from the lines of the car.


---- Oudesluys <coudesluijs at chello.nl> wrote: 

A left hand mirror is compulsory. Preferably a convex door mirror to 
increase the angle of view. Also use one of those wide convex interior 
mirrors that is clamped to the existing mirror.
Driving in France can be a whole new experience. It most certainly is 
not as relaxed as in the USA. The rules of the road and road signs do 
differ considerably from those in the USA. All to be found on the 
internet or through the AAA. Use the back roads, less tiring, cheaper 
and much more fun than the toll roads. Plenty of small hotels around for 
decent money. You also need French government approved two alcohol 
tests, they are compulsory.

Kees Oudesluijs

Op 13-5-2013 20:55, Simon Lachlan schreef:
> Yes, yes. Mea culpa. Right, left...the question remain valid...which mirror?
> Simon
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Bill Plck [mailto:wpollock at inbox.com]
> Sent: 13 May 2013 19:19
> To: Simon Lachlan
> Subject: RE: [Healeys] Wing mirrors
> Simon.we were in Normanady a year ago and drove all over.  Unless things
> have changed since than,right hand driving just like here in the US is the
> order.  Far as I know only the UK has left hand driving.
> Bill Pollock
>> -----Original Message-----

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