I had just gotten home from work and I couldn't get the computer to turn on. So I had to fool with if for a while, make a few calls and end up fixing it myself.
No car horns in the UK and you're much better for it. In the big cities in the east here. everyone is in such a rush, always, all the time. People who live in the south or out west can't believe what a zoo it is here. They tell us that the pace of life is much slower where they're from and people are friendlier. I have seen this for myself. Once, while out in the middle of nowhere in Wyoming, I pulled off to the side of the road to look at some pronghorn antelope which I had never seen before:Frankie does not work in the UK, Italy Yes, France perhaps, Spain Perhaps, We don't seem to be a horn blowing nation like some other countries, Drive through many countries in the continent and its a cacophony of car horns, but driving in the UK we very seldomly hear a car horn (or am I deaf?), even around the cities.
Love to try it. FrankieWe spent three and a half years travelling, in our motorhome, around the States (mainly out west) and Canada . A truly great experience where we meet a lot of really nice people and made a lot of friend. Like Frankie comments we find different things funny and it's a different culture - sometimes leading to a load of laughs when in all innocence we use a common "English" term and the "American" translation is some what less innocent, Two countries divided by a common language!
Frankie must have stopped on a main highway in Wyoming - 4 cars in 20 minutes - must have been rush hour.
How about driving a Z3 the length of the Pacific Highway in CA, seems like a dream; any of our US friend done it?