By Bolivian motor vehicle law people in Bolivia drive on the right side of the road. However, Bolivians (like Ecuadorians, Peruvians,Chileans, Colombians, etc)have been known to drive on any side of the road they choose... at any given time (sober or not).
the right side of the street
On the right side.
On the right. But Swiss trains drive on the left.
1st at a four way stop has the right of way. getting onto the freeway, people already driving on the freeway have the right of way. a car backing out of the drive way onto a main street, the cars on the main street have the right of way.
They drive on the right hand side of the road.
You always drive on the right side
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When people go on the streets and find people right for the part
Both are correct, but people typically say "on the street" to refer to the sidewalk, and "in the street" to refer to the auto lanes that run between the sidewalks.
Some people can actually drive their quad on the road. These people have gotten the right paperwork to do so.
the right side
So when we meet American's we can draw our swords with our right hands and stab them.
I went to a country where some people drive on the left and some people drive on the right. It was really stupid.
in Canada you drive on the right side of the road.
North. The World Trade Center is bordered by West Street to the west, Church Street to the east, Liberty Street to the south, and Vesey Street to the north. You can drive up Church Street to Reade Street (six blocks north of Vesey Street), then turn left onto Reade. Drive one and a half blocks west on Reade Street to Hudson Street. Then turn right and drive north on Hudson Street until it veers east and becomes 8th Avenue (one block north of Bank Street). Then follow 8th Avenue north to Penn Station (at 34th Street between 8th and 7th Avenues). Or, you can drive north on West Street until it becomes 11th Avenue at Gansevoort Street. Then continue driving north on 11th Avenue until it becomes 12th Avenue at 22nd Street. Then continue north on 12th Avenue until you get to 34th Street. Then turn right onto 34th Street and continue east on 34th Street to Penn Station.
The right side.
People drive on the left in England and typically the cars are right hand drive.
Take a left at that street then go right and drive into a ditch
on the left. uniter states are the only place to drive on the right.
Yes - on the right-hand side of the road.