Why dont people drive to the right in California?

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Why do people drive on the right?

In the early years of English colonisation of North America, English driving customs were followed and the colonies drove on the left.After gaining independence from England, however, they were anxious to cast off all remaining links with their British colonial past and gradually changed to right...

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Why do people in the US drive on the right side of the road?

Long time ago, ( before automobile) they drive Chariot, during that they used the whip to control the horses. If they ride left side of the road, the whip conflict and tied each other. for that reason the use to drive on right side of the road..

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Why do Brits drive on the right?

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Why cars drive on the right side?

Back when hooves served as combustion engines, America's chosen side wasn't the norm.Archeologists have found evidence that ancient Romans drove their carts and chariots on the left, because it was easier for drivers to steer with their dominant right hand (always the majority) and whip the horse...

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Do more people drive on the left or right throughout the world?

Either, depending on the country you're driving in. It's important to get it right.A larger percentage of the world drive on the right. Only around 35% of the world drive on the left.

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How much is the fine for passing a vehicle on the right shoulder in California?

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Why do we drive on the right side of the road in America?

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its not foreign if you are from such a country. you should really be more specific ;)

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Some people don't think of what their actions could lead to.

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Why are Indian cars right hand drive?

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Do people turning right have the right away?

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Why does your car's steering wheel turn to the right when you are driving?

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How old do you have to be to learn how to drive in California?

You can be 15 to start driver's education. When you turn 15 1/2 you are able to take the drivers permit test, once passed, you can begin your behind the wheel training. 6 hours are required by law, with a licenced professional, before you can take your actual drivers test. Also, you must be 16 ye...

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Is it legal to drive with people under 18 when you are under 18 but you had get the licence for more than 1 year in California?

It depends on the state issuing the license. More than likely after a year, yes it is.

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The most common causes of distracted driving.Talking and texting.People who use their cell phones to talk or text while driving are by far the most common reason for distracted driving accidents.In fact, the National Safety Council estimates that 26% of all car crashes involve cell phones.

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yuo can be 15 and older

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How old do you have to be to drive by yourself in California?

18 and you must have a full license from a state with no restrictions pertaining to your trip

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How old do you have to bve to drive with a permit in California?

You have to be 18 years of age.

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Is it easier to drive on the left or right?

If you are driving in a straight line - both being on right or left are equally safe and comfortable for right handed people as well as left handed people.However, if you are left handed then being on the right side and turning towards right is easier for you.

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Theres fluid splattered in the back right tire. Would it be safe to drive?

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Does it cost more to get a right hand drive car insured in the US?

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Is it illegal to have a right hand drive car in the US?

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Do you have to insure a car if you dont drive it on the public streets?

If the vehicle has a leinholder, regardless where you drive it, it has to have full coverage insurance (or able to show financial responsibility). This is due to anything can happen and the leinholder wants their property covered. Whether a tree falls on it, it slips out of gear, etc. With vehicl...

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Is it illegal to drive a right side drive car?

No, as long as you obey the traffic laws of the country you are driving in

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Can you drive a right sided car in the US?

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When driving in the city you should drive on the right side of the road?

In most countries, you drive on the right side of the road. In the United Kingdom, and a few other countries, you drive on the left side.

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Why do people walk instead of driving the car?

When driving a car you are polluting the things around you and when you walk you are getting exercise.

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Can you drive a right handed car in the US?

Yes, rural mail carriers do it.

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Is right hand drive legal in the US?

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If you haven't already check all your fuses and the flasher relay.

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Why does the car pull to the right while braking?

Bad right caliper or air in the left caliper, soaked pads on the left side, dirt in the brake fluid balancer thingy....answer: Also check your wheel bearings. and make certain they haven't deteriorated.

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Is it illegal to drive with 8 people in the car in a 7 seater van?

In the U.S,the only rule that would be similar to that would be that you cant put people on the back of a pick-Up.So,the answere to the question you just asked is,yes you can have as many people in your vehichle as you need.just make sure you do not over load your car with excessive amounts wate,...

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Why do some people who drive a car stay in the left lane?

The left lane is supposed to be the fast lane. If you want to drive faster, then use the left lane. Traditionally it is ment to be the passing lane. If you want to pass someone driving slowly in the right lane, then pass them using the left lane, and get back over to the right lane until you need...

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Do people in america use right steering wheel?

Both North and South America use right-side traffic and left-side steering.

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Are you able to drive with California driver license in other states?

You don't need any drivers license in any state if you are never stopped by law enforcement. Kidding aside all states honor drivers licenses' fromother states as long as they are valid(not expired).

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Do you need a special license to drive a 12 passenger van in California?

I can't speak for California, but according to both Missouri and the feds, a regular driver's license is all that is required for a 12 passenger vehicle.If you add that extra row of seating to it, making it a 15 passenger vehicle, you have to have a CDL to legally drive it.

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Why do people text and drive?

Because they think it's convenient to do both at the same time. They become oblivious to the fact that they are inflicting self-danger to themselves and fellow drivers around them.

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Reasons why do people drink and drive?

Most people drive after they're done drinking because they feel as though their driving ability has not been affected.

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Why do people talk and drive?

They may be listening to themselves think, vocalizing thought is a better way to evaluate thought. They could also be on a cell phone or singing.

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Why do people wear slippers driving?

so as not to cut their feet; and to protect them from blisters from swim fins i guess its more comfortable why do people go around in pajamas either? not sarcastic i really have seen people in pjs???!!!

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Why are people driving so fast?

Another reason why people enjoy driving fast is because they have a car with a powerful engine and it makes them feel good when they have more power than another car and can pass it with ease.

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Why do people use phones while driving?

In addition to voice calling, activities such as texting while driving, web browsing, playing video games, or phone use in general can also increase the risk of a crash.In the United States, automobile crashes due to distracted driving are increasing.The leading cause of distracted driving is cel...

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Why do people drink then drive?

Most people that drink and drive have issues. First the person drinks than he/she drives there for they are drinking and driving.

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When is the best time of year to drive from California to Maryland?

That depends on where you plan on crossing at. If you are crossing closer to the south then I would cross in the spring when everything is in bloom. I wouldn't cross in the summer because it gets very hot and would be uncomfortable even in an air conditioned car. If you are crossing closer to the...

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Why do people text while driving?

People text while driving for a few reasons. Hundreds of excuses, but really just for a few reasons.Generally, there is a huge social pressure to always be available. This social pressure is so great, that many people put that need ahead of their own and others safety.Almost anyone will tell you ...

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Can a California permit and driving school transfer to Tennessee?

No. Learner's permits are not reciprocal. You'll have to start over again.

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Do you need a CDL to drive a 12 passenger van in California?

“Passenger vehicle drivers must have a [Commercial Drivers License] CDL with a passenger endorsement if they drive a vehicle designed to transport more than 10 persons, including the driver.In any case, a church bus wouldn't qualify as a “vanpool” and would require that the driver have a CDL.

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Is it illegal to drive without a front license plate in California?

Yes, most definitely, it is an infraction to drive a vehicle missing a front license plate in the State of California.Some automobiles may be exempt from the law, specifically those designed with front bumpers that do not hold license plates, such as corvettes and other sports cars.

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Do you have to have a special license to drive a right side drive car in America?

No, there is no requirement for a special permit to drive a right sided car in the US. Many rural mail carriers use them.

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Can I drive minors if im 18 in California?

Minors' Permit Requirements A minor is a person under 18 years old.Minors must have their applications (for a DL or any change of DL class) signed by their parent(s) or legal guardian(s).Note: Minors may not work as a driver for pay and they may not drive a school bus containing pupils.

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How long can you drive on expired tags in California?

If you continue to drive with expired tags in California for a very long time, your car can be impounded, under VC 22651(0)(1).You have 6 months from the date you were first cited for this offense before your car can be impounded for driving with expired tags.

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Can a Person under 18 in California be employed to drive a motor vehicle?

Persons under 18 may not be employed to drive a motor vehicle.

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Persons under 18 may be employed to drive a motor vehicle in california?

They sure can. When I was 16, I worked as a delivery driver for CarQuest Auto Parts.You'll likely have to get a work permit from your school though, and I think 20hrs/week is the max you're allowed to work.

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Can you drive without a front license plate in California?

Yes, most definitely, it is an infraction to drive a vehicle missing a front license plate in the State of California.Some automobiles may be exempt from the law, specifically those designed with front bumpers that do not hold license plates, such as corvettes and other sports cars.

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Can you drive in California with a UK license?

People with a current valid driver's license from a foreign country can legally drive in California.They do not need to get a California driver's license or international driving permit (“IDP”) as long as: They are at least 18 years of age, The license was lawfully issued in the country where the...

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Can a 17 year old drive with passengers in California?

Teens with a provisional license are allowed to drive alone, but must follow certain restrictions.For the first 12 months they may not drive between 11 p.m.and 5 a.m.(Some exceptions are granted.) They also may not transport passengers under 20 unless accompanied by a licensed driver age 25 or ol...

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Why do people call shotgun in order to ride in the front seat of the car?

Lots of people use the term shotgun as a reference to ride in the front passenger seat. It is a game that we play when multiple people are riding in a car and are not the driver.

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Can I drive with out of state license in California?

Generally California law (Vehicle Code section 12502(a)(1)) says that you can drive in California without a valid California driver's license, as long as: 1) you are 18 years old or older, 2) you have a valid driver's license in a foreign state in which you are a resident.But with the law, there ...

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How long can you drive with expired tags in California?

If you continue to drive with expired tags in California for a very long time, your car can be impounded, under VC 22651(0)(1).You have 6 months from the date you were first cited for this offense before your car can be impounded for driving with expired tags.

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What happens if you drive over 100 mph in California?

California Vehicle Code 22348 (b) imposes specific penalties for those motorists that drive over 100 miles per hour on a California highway.These are: A first offense results in a ticket with a base fine of $500 and up to 30 days of license suspension.

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Why is your car jerk to the right in a left turn?

Because the momentum of your car is going straight and when you go left your car tries to stay in that straight direction.

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Why do some countries drive on the left and others on the right?

History and origin.About a 35% of the world population drives on the left, and the countries that do are mostly old British colonies.Since most people are right-handed, swordsmen preferred to keep to the left in order to have their right arm nearer to an opponent and their scabbard further from him.

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Why does your car pull to the right?

That all depends on the alignment of your vehicle's tires. Some cars pull to the left as well.

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Why does my car pull to the right?

Two possibilities:1) low air pressure in the right tire;2) front end is out of alignment;

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Why is it important to fit the right fuse?

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Why is the car still moving to right side?

Needs to have a front end alignment?

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When you turn to the right your car vibrates why?

It can be a problem with the left front tire. You may also have a left front wheel bearing going bad. Or it can be a suspension problem. Have everything inspected by a professional mechanic.

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Why is my car shaking and pulling to the right?

Try swapping the front tires left to right and see if this changes any thing.If the vibration or shimmy is below 25mph it is a seperated tire, 30-75 mph it is wheel balance but this will not make the vehicle pull.Sounds like a bad tire.Yes, a bad tire can cause a pull and shimmy from minimal to s...

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Why do you lean to the left in a car when the car turns to the right?

On the free upper part, there is centrifugal force which is caused by the inertia of the free upper part of your body tending to continue in a straight line as the car makes a turn to the right.Thus, the upper part of your body tends to lean left as the car turns right.

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