What year did Nigeria change from right hand driving to left hand driving?
Nigeria changed to left hand driving on April 2, 1972.
The above person is completely wrong. Right hand drive and left hand drive does not only mean which side the steering wheel is mounted but also the habit of most people who drives with a standard manual gear box. If you are in a left hand drive car, then the steering wheel will be on the left side of the vehicle, and you'll use your left hand to control the vehicle while using right hand…
Why are all technologies are defaulted to use right-hand and why couldn't they all be equal to use both left hand and right hand?
Suppose you are driving on a four lane highway from which lane should you turn Into which lane should you turn?
What can your right hand do that your left hand can't do and what can your left hand do that your right hand can't do?
I've recently just discovered how to do this after months of driving around with the wrong time on my clock. The clock will only change if the engine is not running, then you need to hold the right-hand side knob in until the display starts to flash, then use the knobs to change the time. Clicking the knob in changes from hours to minutes. Hope this helps! John McInally
No, most of the worlds cars have the steering wheel on the LEFT side of the car. Although there are some high-population countries that drive on the left such as India, Pakistan, Nigeria it is outweighed by countries such as China, USA and Brazil who drive on the right. It is ESTIMATED that a third of cars in the world have the steering wheel on the right.