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Question 1: Local ________ companies had to change passenger doors on the right-hand side of the vehicle to the left.
Bus advertisingPublic transport bus serviceTrolleybusBus

Question 2: The 730 (Nana-San-Maru) was the day July 30, 1978, when ________ of Japan switched back from driving on the right-hand side of the road to the left.
Okinawa PrefectureKagoshima PrefectureRyukyu IslandsYamanashi Prefecture

Question 3: In the prefecture, from the late 1970s until early 1980s, ________ vehicles were often called 730 cars (730車両 or 730カー ?), while LHD vehicles were called 729 cars (729車両 or 729カー ?
International Driving PermitFranceRight- and left-hand trafficCyprus

Question 4: [1] However, in accordance with the ________ that restricts one country to have only one traffic direction, all the traffic in the prefecture was changed back to driving on the left on July 30, 1978.
International Driving PermitRight- and left-hand trafficCyprusFrance

Question 5: However, after the defeat of Japan during ________, the prefecture went under control of the United States and made to drive on the right on June 24, 1945.
World War IICollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarSoviet occupations

Question 6: ________ were changed within these eight hours.
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