Brooklyn, New York

Learn to Drive RHD

Learn to drive a manual car with a steering wheel thats on the right side of the car. Its everything you know and love about driving a regular car except the steering is on the right side of the vechile.

We have taught thousands of people to drive a stick shift and are now extending our fleet to include a RHD manual car. It may feel a little funny at first but driving manual RHD is fun and easy.

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TWO HOUR LESSON - $350 Covering all RHD manual techniques and safe operation

COVERING ALL RHD MANUAL TECHNIQUES AND DEFENSIVE DRIVING

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Free Stick Shift Driving Hints

 

 

Ever wonder what gear is best for which speed? Click here to get a free educational guide that
shows the proper way to speed up on a manual car.

 

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Why Learn to Drive Right Hand Drive

 

 

Most people don’t know that at least 30% of vehicles on the road worldwide have the steering wheel on the right side of the vehicle. Our cars in the United States are left-hand drive and we drive on the right side of the road. In countries such as England, Japan, the Cayman Islands, Bermuda, Singapore, Saint Helena, Jamaica, Thailand, New Zealand, Cyprus, Kenya, India and many many more are right-hand drive with while driving on the left side of the road. Many learn because they are heading to a country that is RHD, others learn because they want to drive an RHD vehicle here in the States (JDM mostly).

Many Things Will be the Same

 

 

Even though the steering wheel and driver are on the other side of the vehicle some things will be the same, such as where the shifter is and the order and control of your pedals.

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Is it Legal to Drive a Right Hand Drive Vehicle in the USA?

 

 

ABSOLUTELY, this may come as a surprise to many but it is totally legal to drive a RHD car in a RHT country (high hand traffic, ex: USA). Many people do because the dream car they wanted was only offered and produced in a RHD country. Takes a little (and yes literally a little) getting used to, afterward driving on the “right: side of the road with while sitting on the “wrong” side feels like totally natural.

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