Question 1: Some railways, particularly, the ________, switched to LHD with left-hand running.
Question 2: ________ continued with the practice of driving on the left hand side of the road introduced by British before independence.
Question 3: Which of the following titles did Right- and left-hand traffic have?
Question 4: Both RHD and LHD vehicles may generally be registered in any ________ member state, but there are some restrictions and regulations.
Question 5: Left Hand Drive with left hand running also became common on UK mainline railways, with the ________ being the only of the "big four" to keep the driver on the right.
Question 6: Okinawa is one of very few places to have changed from right- to left- traffic in the late ________.
Question 7: However, ________ Police, who were responsible for policing traffic movements within the compound, effected a clause which required drivers to comply with the Continental European practice of driving on the right.
Question 8: The ________ is the second largest European state, after the United Kingdom, with a left-hand traffic system.
Question 9: ________ banned the use of RHD cars, many of which were smuggled from Thailand, from 2001, even though RHD vehicles accounted for 80 percent of vehicles in the country.
Question 10: Since the end of the ________, traffic in both North and South Korea drive on the right.