Greetings hacksters I was watching this video and at 4'35" they start talking about setting lean-out. The description they give for what lean-out does is: "0 to 3 degrees of lean out (Bike leaning away from sidecar) will allow the rider to remain vertical on roads that are crowned to shed rain. The lean-out may vary in different regions." <iframe width="640" height="480" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/4GCowy1FLgA" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen></iframe> This has prompted 2 questions: A) Is the underlined portion a correct statement, and if so is this the main/only reason for lean-out? Which leads on to: B) If you are riding a lefty hack in a 'drive on the right' country (US etc), or a right hand side hack in a 'drive on the left' country (NZ, Aus, UK) should you actually have lean-in if the roads are well crowned?