Regarding "Driving in Europe: It's Not That Tough" [Her World, Aug. 22], there are a couple of caveats:
There are hordes of bicyclists in the cities -- especially in Northern Europe -- who are often mandated the right of way over cars and people.
On the superhighways, it is wise to move quickly if you signal to change lanes to the right, because motorists behind you will begin passing in your lane before you're out of it.
F. Daniel Gray
SUSAN SPANO'S Her World overlooked the greatest hazard to life and limb in European driving -- the dreaded roundabouts in England. This handling of merging roads is the "whirling dervish" of autos, a roundabout madness on hapless American drivers.