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    The reverse is true for me Barbara, Aussies drive on the same side as the Scots. I've driven on the (my) wrong side in Italy, France, Netherlands, US, Finland and a couple of others.
    Got into the passenger seat a couple of times. Got stuck at an empty crossroads thinking hard about which side I need to turn onto (just wait for another car to come to get the clue). Turned the wipers on instead of the turn signals too, but otherwise it's pretty easy to adapt. almost 5 years ago

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    I have driven over a lot of Scotland and the Hebrides. No problem really. Just remember drivers actually in a roundabout have right of way. A small car is best for some of the roads. Automatics are available if prebooked. almost 5 years ago

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