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Question 1: In order to avoid blinding the oncoming drivers, all Swedish vehicles had to have their original left-hand-traffic ________ replaced with right-hand units.
Automotive lightingAutomobileHeadlampDaytime running lamp

Question 2: As Dagen H neared, every intersection was equipped with an extra set of poles and ________ wrapped in black plastic.
Warning signSpeed limitSpeed limits by countryTraffic light

Question 3: Trams in ________ were withdrawn and replaced by buses, and over one thousand new buses were purchased with doors on the right-hand side.
HelsinkiStockholmBerlinLondon

Question 4: In ________ and Malmö, however, the ban was longer—from 10:00 on Saturday until 15:00 on Sunday—to allow work crews to reconfigure intersections.
LondonStockholmHelsinkiBerlin

Question 5: Some 8,000 older buses were retrofitted to provide doors on both sides, while ________ exported its RHD buses to Pakistan and Kenya.
GothenburgGothenburg MunicipalityTrollhättanBorås

Question 6: The campaign included displaying the Dagen H ________ on various commemorative items, including milk cartons, men's shorts[1] and women's underwear.
BrandCorporate identityGraphicsLogo

Question 7: All Sweden's immediate neighbours drove on the right (including ________, with which Sweden has a long land border).
GermanyPolandNorwayUnited States

Question 8: Dagen H (H day), today mostly referred to as Högertrafikomläggningen ("The right-hand traffic diversion"), was the day, 3 September 1967, on which traffic in ________ switched from driving on the left-hand side of the road to the right.
SwedenFinlandDenmarkEstonia
















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