If so, the computer would likely know and record the incident. And fixing that issue, if present, would almost certainly be required as part of the repair, probably under the car's factory warranty, not under the other driver's insurance.Seems odd that the airbags didn't deploy. Another Takeda airbag or TRW airbag actuator issue?
Did the other driver have an English or Australian accent? Where did he think he was with the center divider on the Right side if his vehicle instead of the Left?
Or Japanese, Indian, Thai, South African, Irish, NZ, Jamaican...Did the other driver have an English or Australian accent?
Its not that bad but plenty of operator challenged types probably shouldn’t try it. I drove a manual all over Ireland including through Dublin. Yeah it wasn’t exactly fun but I didn’t find it difficult to make the switch. After a day I didn’t need to think about it just like driving any other car. But a Uncle was a total disaster waiting to happen. Big family wedding 100+ people from all over the **** globe converged on Ireland for a wedding during a effing Hurricane. I had to move our car multiple times over the week so it didn’t get caught in a flooded parking lot.Hey, I'm an Australian! But seriously, I would never drive in any country that drives on the other side like you guys. I'd probably kill some poor Yank who's never had an accident in his life. 40 years of driving habits don't get forgotten just by crossing an ocean. It happens here too of course. Often on outback roads where there is little traffic to serve as a reminder of what side of the road you are supposed to be on. Foreign drivers pull out of a side road, turn the wrong way, and smack head-on into the only other car on the road. Its nuts that you can go to another country and jump into a 'wrong sided' car with absolutely no training at all.