Countries Where They Drive on the Wrong Side of the Road

by Joey deVilla on August 13, 2008

Most of them are countries where Horlicks is readily available:

Map of countries and what side of the road they drive on
Based on this map in Wikipedia.

For the full story, see the Right- and Left-Hand Traffic entry in Wikipedia.

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Jake October 26, 2009 at 7:07 pm

I’m seeing a majority, not just in countries, but in super powers, that are driving on the wrong side of the road. Ever wonder if you should rethink this?

Sara December 5, 2010 at 9:55 pm

@Jake The USA is a world power and they drive on the right side. & most of the countries in Africa are NOT super powers. The majority of the ones on the wrong side are 3rd world ones.

The_Colonel January 5, 2011 at 4:41 am

Whoever it was that said that the U.S. Science folk use the metric system apparently wasn’t watching when they lost that Mars probe a couple of years ago because some idiot didn’t bother to include a simple line of code like Velocity_KPH = Velocity_MPH * 1.6 in their programming. Oops! There goes a 10 billion dollar (or something like that) Mars probe!! Oh well!! If the U.S. used the metric system like the rest of the world that never would have happened.

hf74 March 18, 2011 at 5:26 am


The Mars Climate Orbiter cost $125million.

The crash was caused when the flight system software on board Mars Climate Orbiter, was written to calculate thruster performance in metric Newtons (N) while the ground crew was inputing course corrections using the Imperial measure, Pound-force (lbf).

If you are going to b1tch about something at least get your sh1t straight.

A V Srinivas November 26, 2013 at 3:11 pm

whether it is right side or left side driving….it is not the wrong side driving. The “Wrong Side Driving” is…the idiots who drive totally on the wrong side of the track. If they are supposed to drive on left side of the road, they drive on the right side against the righteous traffic and vice versa.

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