Hi! Would appreciate it if someone could help. I've read that the Tasman Highway is extremely winding in parts and have seen photographs of some cliff hugging parts. Are there extremely winding parts between Hobart and Port Arthur? If I were to drive between 50 and 100 kph, might I encounter road rage or bullies? I'm very keen on this drive as I would like to visit the Tessallated Pavement, the Blowhole, Devil's Kitchen and the Tasman Arch but would like to avoid the high costs of organised tours. Also, if I were to hug the left side of the road to allow an overtaker to pass, how dangerous might that be in areas which have only one lane in each direction? I understand there are no dividers between the two directions of traffic and that 60% of road fatalities occur on intercity highways. I've also not rec'd any encouragement from those I've told abt driving in Tasmania. Many thanks in advance.