I'm interested in how hard it is to learn to drive a side car. I really want to get a side car set up so I can take my English Bulldog, Louie, with me on rides.
Read the book and practice in a parking lot somewhere quiet. I took mine to work on a Saturday and I was good to go in about an hour. It's very similar to riding the old three wheelers, if you ever did that. You turn into the road and lean with it. I have had mine for two years now and my son loves riding with me. We even slide it around corners on dirt roads . Make sure to Locktite all your hardware (or use nyloc nuts). It's lots of fun once you get used to the fact your motorcycle is as wide as the road. The only thing I want to do is get a two finger brake lever so I can brake and throttle into right hand corners going down the mountain roads in my area. Have fun !!!
We are going to have fun with this. Went to the bank in our small town today. When I came out there was a Harley rider (you could tell by the tee shirt, due rag, belt buckle, etc.) drooling on my RE. Mumbling something about how pretty it was. Before it was over he had invited me to his house to ride with him and his buddies.