Why does the UK drive on the left?
Gareth Edmunds, 59, from Bristol, said he was curious as his family hosts English language students from all over the world.
“As I drive them around I hear them wince as they see an oncoming car to our right and think we’re going to crash – it’s a question that always crops up,” he said.
“My pet theory is that it’s something to do with times gone by when if you met a stranger on the road you’d pass on the left so your weapon arm was on their side.”
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