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February 14, 2013


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This handy world map illustrates which countries drive on the right (blue) and on the left (red).

you mean visa versa. :)

Douglas M

I've been to and driven in Australia twice. After an hour or so of concentration, I found it became easy to drive on the other side of the road from the other side of the car. It took a bit longer to get used to some of the wheel controls, such as the turn signal indicator, being on the other side of the steering wheel, though. That's why the Aussies know you're a tourist if you're driving down the road on a "fine" (sunny and clear) day with the wipers on as you turn left.


Cool column!

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