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Countries that drive on the left side of the road

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England Report Abuse
This country has always driven on the left.
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If I lived here, I'd probably prefer to walk....
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Japan Report Abuse
Interestingly, their neighboring China is the exact opposite.
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Bangladesh Report Abuse
Only foreign embassies or consulates can have cars with the steering wheel on the other side.
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The Aussies have been driving on the left since the eay 19th century.
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