Driving in Scotland

Let me first admit to the facts of life here…I do not know how to drive a stick and did all of about two minutes worth of driving in Scotland. DH did 99.9% of the driving in our automatic rental. This is me slowly pulling out of the driveway at the Lys-Na-Greyne BnB we were staying at. Very slowly!

Don’t recall what kind of car it was; just know it was one not found here in the states. I drove it from the guest parking spot to the main lane and down that for a bit before my anxiety over driving on the opposite side of the road got to to me and I gave the vehicle back to DH.

Billy was too busy looking for the neighborhood red squirrels to pay any attention to my “driving” thank goodness.

Teri 🚗

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7 Responses to Driving in Scotland

  1. Pit says:

    When I first drove a car with a stick shift in England, for quite some time I was trying to find the stick in the pocket on the right hand side door. 😀

  2. John says:

    I learned to drive a manual transmission early on in my teens, I’d like to go back to shifting again, it makes driving more fun!

  3. Driving on the opposite side of the road takes a bit of getting used to.

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