I’ve never seen a parking space which is exclusively for ladies until I visited Triberg, Germany.
This is called as “easy parking space for ladies” which was introduced by the mayor of Triberg. It’s said that these parking spaces have easy access and extra space so that ladies can park easily.
I don’t know how successful this is, but it’s a strange thing for me.
UK is known for it’s Left Hand Driving system.
But “Keep Left” rule is not applicable when we walk in the UK.
Below are clicked at Bristol Parkway station which advise the passengers to “Keep Right”.
Even revolving doors in the UK goes anti clockwise to ensure “Keep Right” rule is followed.
I still don’t know the rationale behind this.
Adjusting your car mirrors to avoid blind spots is no more a complex task.
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Apparently boys are considered to be better drivers than girls. Is that true?
Here is the infographics based on UK drivers.
Infographics by Creditplus.co.uk
Driving on the road can be either Left-hand traffic or Right-hand traffic. Some interesting statistics for you…
- 66.1% of world’s people live in right-hand traffic countries
- 33.9% of world’s people live in left-hand traffic countries
- 72% of world’s road distance carries traffic on right
- 28% of world’s road distance carries traffic on left
Red colour depicts the countries with right-hand traffic and Blue colour shows the countries with left-hand traffic