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Which is the right side of a motorcycle?

Ok I know now , so do most. It doesn't matter if it is upside down or you have your back facing it on a Tuesday at 5:43 AM.
This applies to cars as Dave says........just not all the time.
Which is the right side of this car Dave?



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I would think the logical answer would be, the opposite of the left side.

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Ok I now , so do most. It doesn't matter if it is upside down or you have your back facing it on a Tuesday at 5:43 AM.
This applies to cars as Dave says........just not all the time.
Which is the right side of this car Dave?



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Both, it has a right and a left on both sides.
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I ran across that one in a parking lot last year.
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Going back to the original question, the right side of a motorcycle is the shinny side. You always want to keep that side up.
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