That's got to be one hell of a car for you to want to do that! I cant think of anything that you can do to a car that is more expensive and involved. Besides I don't think it's all together illegal to drive a right hand car in the US, I see some classics around that are rh drive and mail carriers' jeeps are that way.
ya tis possible.....but u need a lot f car knowledge n abt mechanisms
its not so much the work, the work could be done... just takes time and a little bit of knowledge but the hard part will be getting it to pass EMISSIONS!!! Unless you are in Florida or one of the other few states without an inspection you are pretty much screwed
Everything is POSSIBLE...but do they want to change? Dave
Anything is possible but the cost incurred would not be worth the effort.
it is possible, there are companies who are specialised in doing this, doubt you can DIY, because there are no counterpart RHD parts for that car [i think]
In Japan, one drives on the left side of the road.
Yeah, it's possible, but u would need an expertly trained prof to do it and it would cost like tons of money Ps i have no idea who would do it 4 u
Depends on the vehicle and where you live.
You really dont. Its possible but that would require MAJOR modifications and custom interior panel fabrication (if its not a track car). In other words unless you had a boat load of money and a specific need for doing that, trying to convert that would be pointless.
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Yes it is possible to drive a right hand drive car in Vietnam. One must obtain permission from the Ministry of Transport in order to do so.
In Japan, cars are driven on the left side of the road and have the driver's seat and steering wheel on their right side.
yes you can. it must be done by a licensed engineer and will cost lots. you can buy a right hand drive jag in Australia
It can be done, but it very well could be more hassle than it's worth.
The transmission has nothing to do with the 4wd system and there is nothing to convert. Just install the transmission and you will be good to go if you have the right transmission.
From 194 to 1972, when Okinawa was under American control, that island drove on the right. Other than that, no.
In Japan people drive on the left with the steering wheel on the right.
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Yes, it is legally possible but I don't recommend.
Whether a car is right or left hand drive is dependent on in what country it will be sold. If it is sold in England, Australia, Japan or other countries where one drives on the left side of the road then the car is right-hand-drive. If the car is sold in most of the other countries on Earth then the car would be left-hand-drive as they drive on the right side of the road. So you can see, whether a car is right or left-hand-drive is dependent on the country in which it is sold, not the make or model of car.
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The right side (like most places except UK, Japan and a few other countries)
Most are in the left Japan, Vietnam, Thailand, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Laos. On the right is The Philippines, Korea, and China
Jamaica and japan starts with jBoth countries are islands that enjoys nightlife and diverse fashion. Japan is Jamaica's largest consumer of reggae/dancehall music and blue mountain coffee, both countries drive on the left-side of the road which suits right-hand drive cars best, thus why more than 75% of automobiles are exported from Japan.
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The whole world used to drive on the left (even Mediæval knights rode on the left at tournaments) and I think it was Napoleon who hated the British and decided that France would drive on the right. As his armies poured across Europe they took driving on the right with them. Sweden held out until about 1967 and then they started driving on the right. Japan, Australia and New Zealand all still drive on the left.