Holden axed in Australia.

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Sweden did back when they had the chance. Today it’s prohibitively expensive.
By a year's end most people will have adjusted with the odd fuckup once in awhile. As a plus, it'll create a lot of jobs.
 

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By a year's end most people will have adjusted with the odd fuckup once in awhile. As a plus, it'll create a lot of jobs.
I hate this response. Shit like that is why the US infrastructure is crumbling and why we won't invest in public transport.

/rant
Sorry for replying late, but lots and lots and lots of infrastructure is built based on driving on a certain side of the road and I don't think flipping everything over is an option anymore.
 

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It can be done, it's a matter if it's worth the cost and hassle.

Now that Australia doesn't have a local auto industry to support, it may be worth it. But then Japan is relatively close trade wise and they still drive on left.
 
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