Great information and history of driving on the left side versus right side of the road.

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Good Morning, and welcome to Saturday Surprise on Sunday!  Time just goes too fast for me, and I keep letting Saturday sneak up on me without realizing it has done so.  But that’s okay … we can have just as much fun on a Sunday morning, yes?  I hope you are all having a lovely weekend!  Recently, I was having a discussion with one of my UK friends, and I truly do not remember why the topic even came up, but I mentioned something about them driving on the ‘wrong’ side of the road.  He, of course, suggested that I simply call it the ‘other side’ of the road, for who’s to say which is right and which is wrong.  So, of course, that opened the lid to my curiosity box, and I had, suddenly, a burning desire to know how it came to be that we here in the…

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3 thoughts on “Saturday Surprise — Oops — On Sunday — Again.

  1. Interesting, Robert. As a former British colony, Guyana is numbered among those countries that drive on the left side of the road. When we moved to Brazil, I had a tough time adjusting to right-lane traffic on crossing the street. Here in Los Angeles, I became even more disoriented as a front-seat passenger when my sister (the driver) had to make a left turn at an intersection.

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