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    I found that quite fun to drive round
     
     

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    You are able to flick the lights to LHD mate, you need to open them up and turn the projector shields from RHD to LHD (it's actually marked out)
     
     

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    Hi,
    Do nothing. Officialy you must buy a sticker to block to raylight, but nobody realy counts or look at these. You might have a small problem in the two way traffic roads, but if you follow hust the highway, or motorways to Paris is no problem.
    I lived in Paris 6 years so trust me.
     
     

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