This map details which countries are left hand or right had drive, together with any restrictions that may be in for for RHD vehicles travelling overland or shipping into the country.
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Thanks for this. Certainly this map and the other maps are a useful resource and worth giving the link to other travellers. Having the latest news is good for settling the usual “I did this in 1987 and had no problems, so you WILL be OK next week” mis-informations.
Great, we are glad its of some use, ps your update on Brazil has already been added 🙂
Hello. Have you any info/reports on driving a LHD vehicle in RHD countries? Is it illegal anywhere?
No I not heard of any issues with LHD in RHD countries
Something for me is not clear about left hand drive,
For example. In Guyane is RHD. When you click on the link you can see:
RHD OR LHD?
so what about LHD?
There are currently no countries that have restrictions on LHD vehicles,