I remember back in the bike days.. rode a lot with a friend that had lost an eye
and he was fine until he came up on a tight turn at speed...
He said it just made riding a bit more exciting.. had problems seeing the "line"
and timing braking/accelerating through the turn..
I just found that you had to adapt to it. I've had no problem at high speed
with car's finding the line, AutoX wasn't a problem. Plowing is not a issue.
At the range I will be off 1/4 left at 100yds. That is only a adjustment.
What took me away from bikes was in my case it is the left eye, so to change
lanes or entering from the right caused you to turn a bit to the left to
catch the mirror. Too many times I'd look to the left then back ahead and be
in the shit or damn close to it. Then a rock was tossed up and cracked the
right lens of the poly carb glasses, that was it. I love my german
sheperd's, but not on a harness.
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