In India, you don’t drive on the left of the road..
you drive on what is left on the road.
@Mad Br0, big ooof
@Mad Br0, just be sure to look out for cows.
The english drive on the left because of joustin duels
@WhyNotBoth, When jousting, a knight rides on the right side of the tilt, sir.
@WhyNotBoth, I thought it was because sitting on the right hand side of the car means that things like changing gears are done with the left hand - meaning that your right hand (the dominant hand for most people) remains on the steering wheel and in control of the car.
I have nothing to back that up, it’s just what I think.
My first experience driving in India. I get in a little make shift cab that seems to be a couple motorcycles and a half of a car put together. This mf went into oncoming traffic at about 40-50 with one hand one the wheel and a cig hanging out of his mouth telling me the whole time “it ok, it ok”.
I was there driving a manual last year there, and that is by far the scariest thing I have done. The bus drivers, both public and private, drive like the bus is a small taxi with a jet engine. I am definitely much a better driver now. Also an important lesson it learn to stake your ground while you drive, don’t let the oncoming traffic push you off the road ..like from a mountain cliff.
I play both sides so I always come out on top
A lot of my parents family live in India, so we visit every two to three years. And no matter how many times I’ve been there I still get extremely anxious when we’re driving around, but it’s also always kinda thrilling and nostalgic
India you don't drive on the road, you shjt on it
Ugggghhh I have to learn a new country now?
Japan and new Zealand know what's up