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No they drive on the same side as in the US, however, most of the cars here are the size of little Rabbits, for anyone old enough to know what I'm talking about...otherwise slightly bigger then the mini-coopers...and the streets are built to only accomidate those size...
I practiced on post yesterday and only could get up to 2nd gear because of the speed limits...I will practice this weekend on the "real" roads... Why european's choose to by manual transmissions is beyond me...
The roads in England were skinnier too. Some of the US brought their own vechicles from the states and some were driving around with the Dodge Rams or F-150's and took up both lanes. lol Everything was smaller, the British trucks, made me laugh so hard the first time I saw them I nearly peed myself. Everything was smaller though, their houses were generally smaller, the washer and dryers were smaller, the stove, their fridges were college size.
Stay safe on those roads!!