Hi Marco, thank you for your reply.
I drive frequently through Western and Eastern Europe in a RHD car, and I want you to know that is not dangerous at all. I am finding driving a RHD car on the right side of the road easier than a LHD, and that is because I am so used to it.
I have also driven in Taipei and out of Taipei in LHD car, and I have to say that the traffic in Taiwan is a lot better than some other places in Europe. It seems more organised and drivers seem to be more considerate. One very important thing to me is using the signal, and I was impressed with the fact that in Taiwan almost everyone signals, including taxi drivers. This is not happening in UK.
Yes, I noticed the scooters, but I don’t find them dangerous, they are aware of the cars and the other way around. Somehow the traffic is fluent.
A RHD car is not an incompatible car, in the right hands is a perfectly safe car.
I only want to drive through Taiwan for a limited period of time, as a tourist, and not to register the car over there. I thought that is possible in any country in the world.
There are LHD cars registered in UK, and driving in UK, as there are RHD cars in other countries in Europe, also registered over there. I have a classic American car, which is a LHD and is registered in UK. Last time I drove it was this weekend.
I found Taiwan to be a very civilised and democratic country and I find it difficult to understand why they wouldn’t allow it.