Yeah, well, we've always known Nobby is an exception!Henceforth, the weather conditions featured in this picture shall be known as the "Nobby Exception" for WUTD driving.
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Talk to me once you have a windscreen. WUWUTD driving (Windows Up, Windscreen Up, Top Down) driving comes very close to WUTU driving in terms of air flow.I don't think, with the top down, that windows up really makes any difference in temp from the wind or amount of wind. I don't have a windscreen, but it seems to me most of the wind does not come in from the side.
I bet you could fashion a sunscreen from a small rectangle of German canvas and attach it along the top of the windshield, stretch it out to the windows and tie it off to the wind screen.Talk to me once you have a windscreen. WUWUTD driving (Windows Up, Windscreen Up, Top Down) driving comes very close to WUTU driving in terms of air flow.
Uh, okay, but does anyone notice any wind reduction WUTD? That's why I was comparing it and I think if I were in the passenger seat and had my eyes closed, that I could not have felt the difference between WUTD and WDTD.Apparently, the windscreen inventor.
In this case, I'm asking about the physics of the situation, not the legalities or ethics.Windscreenology 101. The windscreen is the clear device, normally in front of you. The RWD "rear wind deflector", is a different apparatus. If traveling under certain circumstances, a RWD is allowed. WUTD is not. See 'other exceptions'. If approaching any semblance of reason, the windows should be down. If the top is down. Buy an SLC with a functioning roof and lambo doors if you want to go WUTD.
That's "steenkin' badges." And we don't need none.BT edit: Badges. Who needs them?