About Right Hand Drive
The English countryside and the lush Australian outback look just as delightful even when you drive on the "wrong" side of the road. Although not often seen in the U.S., right-hand drive vehicles fill the streets in many other parts of the world. Motorists in the United Kingdom, Australia, and India drive on the left, while those in the United States, Canada, and China drive on the right. This means that the steering wheels and controls are on the opposite side as a safety measure to make it easier to see oncoming vehicles. The design of right-hand drive vehicles makes them suitable for use in countries where vehicles travel on the left. It means that if you want to drive a manual transmission right-hand drive Subaru, you have to get used to shifting gears with your left hand. Search the large inventory on eBay for a right-hand drive Jeep, for example, if you deliver mail or packages and prefer the convenience of entering and exiting on the right side.