Why we drive on the left.
We are naturally right side/eyed dominant.
In a front wheel drive vehicle excessive acceleration can
lead to front wheel spin.
This loss of traction when coming out of a junction may
leave you in the path of an oncoming vehicle or other dangers.
It may also possibly lead to a condition called
understeer on bends.
This is when your vehicle is going wide due to no grip
from the front wheels.
The weight transfer when you accelerate on a rear
wheel drive vehicle will initially help acceleration.
But harsh acceleration will result in wheel spin and
the associated problems.
A loss of grip from the rear wheels when on a bend
will result in oversteer.