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Re: Left hand drive

Subject: Re: Left hand drive
Date: Thu, 16 Apr 1998 07:32:05 EDT
   Another explanation is that the Brits drive on the proper side of the
road, as do many Commonwealth nations and the Japanese, but that France
changed to driving on the right-hand side after the Revolution to
demonstrate their progressive nature and social sensitivity. 

On Wed, 15 Apr 1998 21:55:39 -0400 (Nory) writes:

>But if you draw your sword in the car, won't you decapitate your
>Don't assume that because you have found one problem, you have found 
>ONLY problem.
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>Reply-To: "charlie schellinck" <>
> Today in english My teacher brought up an intersting point. Why do 
>Brits drive on ther wrong side of the road? after many wrong answers 
>ganging up aganst all LBCs Mr. Jupe decided to keep us in the day no
>further. He explaned that in the dark ages it was customary to walk 
>the left side of the street so you would be in a better position to 
>your sword and be in a fighting stance. hence they stayed on the left 
>of the road when they started driving and that is why there is LHD!  

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