Tips for Driving in England: Shakespeare, Henry James & Thomas Hardy

by Hunter James

Driving in England is a sport best left for the man grown jaded with the old, worn-out things of this world and is ready to taste the golden apples of Paradise.  For anyone who has only driven in America and who has furthermore tended to regard the fashions of the Mother Country with a certain air of condescension, a first-time sortie onto one of Great Britain's M-Roads can be a mortifying experience even if the driver manages to persuade himself that he has not bought a one-way ticket straight to perdition.

To put it more simply: Motoring about the British countryside is...

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