He's talking narrow country lanes with stone re-enforced hedgerows
over in "the old country" where passing 2 bikes is a serious
challenge. His Hilman Minx takes up the whole road so if he meats a
"landie" coming the other way one or the other has to back up to the
last turnoff to let the other past (unless the Landie is his
neighbour's "swamper" and he just drives right over the Minx.
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What does she mean? The only place I've heard of an event horizon is entering a wormhole.
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On Wed, 30 Mar 2016 19:46:56 -0400, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I always go forward into my driveway, as does everybody else around
here, from what I've seen.
You can back into the street when it's clear of traffic.
OTOH, there's no guarantee it's clear when you arrive.
Besides, it much easier getting both cars in the garage forward.
We don't park in a garage and I still prefer driving into the street
instead of backing into the street. I have plenty of time to assess
the traffic when I am approaching the driveway and if there is a car
or two. I just pull over and let them pass, then I back in. I prefer
backing into an empty driveway to backing into the street. Visibility
is better going forward. If that is not your opinion, don't do it.
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