So according to you this has NOTHING to do with concerns for safety of all potentially affected road users??? It's not hard to predict what would happen should the accident statistics worsen as a result... I'm not sure who would be willing to take that risk.
According to the European Commission the refusal of Poland to accept RHD has nothing to do with safety concerns.
I happen to agree with the Commission - as Poland has had only 20 odd years to play with driving without fuel restrictions and with access to all vehicles - and consequently Polish safety "experts" now sweet fukk all in terms of how RHD would affect the statistics.
It;s Polish protectionism rearing it's ugly head again. what would the mechanic cottage industries do if people could import cheaper high range British cars for those who can afford the relatively high fuel costs.
And changing RHD to left hand is potentially hazardous in quite a few cars - ask any mechanic. Car fires are not uncommon.
Subarumad - your vids are over the top mate :) but wait until you see your first dead body. I've lived here for 21 years and I've seen 7 or 8 separate incidents - ranging from people strangely lying immobile on the road with their eyes open and seemingly just a bruise , to the full works with decapitated mish mash.
You're right about one thing - some Poles are the worst egotistical drivers, out-doing the supposedly mad Italians.
But don't bother yourself - you will get used to it. These people will never drive sensibly until they are banned - which simply does not happen here.
To get to 24 points you would need to kill somebody. As to dangerous drivers - If you were to challenge them further down the road they would have absolutely no clue as to why you are threatening them with violence :)