If one is crossing over into opp side lane = one is riding beyond limits. Now how "fast" is "fast" will define how fast one want to go and still not jump into other lane. Simple rule is, if you are running into opp lane you are going too fast no doubt about that.Scorpion King said:nice write up but i shall speak a few words to defend the car wallahs u just critisized. it is impossible to stick to ur lane on the twistys if u wanna go faster so u will always see cars swinging between 2 lanes.
How do you anticipate traffic in twisties where visiblity is poor? You can't so do you slow down? My personal exp says once one gets used to run wide trying to go faster it becomes a habbit and most of times also runs wide in blind turns.Scorpion King said:there are careless fellows who do it with no consideration to fellow road users and then there are the considerate types like me who always check their mirrors and other traffic to judge wether to maintain speed or slow down before the curve.
an easy indicator about a drivers style is to check if the car is dented or scratched at the left also if the side rear view mirrors are folded in. if i see either of these 2 things on a car i proceed with caution.
1 = Arpan/Arnob knows the details.Yogesh Sarkar said:Nav good writeup there, few questions:
1. how much did the HID setup cost?
2. What all did you do to your headlight?
3. Isn't 43kmpl too less?