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Left- and right-hand traffic - Wikipedia

Left- and right-hand traffic - Wikipedia

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What European countries drive on the left side of the road?

What European countries drive on the left side of the road?

Today, only four European countries still drive on the left and they are all islands:

  • The United Kingdom;
  • Ireland;
  • Malta;
  • Cyprus.

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How many countries in the world drive on the left?

There are 163 countries that drive on the right-hand side of the road.

A total of 78 countries and territories drive on the left. About one-quarter of all of the world's roads and about 35% of the world's population drive on the road's left side.

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