I have recently got into iRacing and sim racing in general, also playing Assetto Corsa. My question applies to all sims I guess. Do you think they are potentially dangerous in relation to real life driving? Now, most people will think of the speed element here, but that is not my issue. I have only been sim driving/racing for a couple of weeks now. However, a couple of days back I did a 4 hour journey back to my hometown in my BMW 1 series. The speed element was not an issue. My concern was one I hadn't anticipated affecting me. That is, most, if not all, sim cars are left hand drive. I live in the UK and drive right hand drive cars. On my journey, I found myself drifting more and more over until my left/passenger side of the car were nearly touching the kerb/hitting drain ditches quite often. I only twigged this was sim driving related when I thought of iRacing randomly when I saw a Mazda MX5 convertible ahead of me. I think, as in sim cars i sit in the left side of the car, that is therefore the side nearest the kerb. When in a real car, sitting on the right of the car, it was like I was subconsciously trying to move myself/my seating position over to be closer to the kerb. It was odd. And clearly dangerous as well as would result in wrecking the side of my car if I drifted over too much! I was just wondering if anybody else has any similar side effects/stories from sim racing and got any 'cures'? Any iRacing/Assetto Corsa cars that are right hand drive to feel more natural for some parts of the World?