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    What kind of cars do most people drive in england?
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    What kind of cars do most people drive in england?
    Pretty eclectic really, i would say that Vauxhall and Nissan seem to be pretty popular.
    I drive a crappy old Nissan Micra

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    A Nissan Navarra Pickup for me.
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    We had a nissan cherry at first. It died with a very loud noise. Now we have a ford mondeo.
    Gawd I love the old mini's though!
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    I don't drive, fella has a VW though
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    I've driven over here ONCE! LOL!! The round abouts did me in!
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    Do you look the wrong way?

    I go into panic being a passenger in any country that drives on the opposite side to the UK when it comes to roundabouts, it's a very strange feeling.
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    No, strangely enough. I've been driving since I was sixteen. I was a little worried at first, but nothing is different about the actual cars themselves except of course, the steering is on the right instead of the left. All the pedals are in the same position. The only trouble I had, was trying to shift the door handle occasionaly!
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    I drive a VW Golf which has just had to be fixed because a White Van Man decided to look where he had been and not where he was going and hit me head on. I think he thought he was abroad as he was on my side of the road

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    This might interest you chevrolet are now selling cars made in korea in the UK

    http://www.carpages.co.uk/chevrolet/...echo=100042492

    http://www.carpages.co.uk/guide/chevrolet/

    smallest engine size is 0.796 litres

    http://www.carpages.co.uk/guide/chev...atiz-guide.asp

    Nissan almera-made in Newcastle prior to that Renault or Citroen

    Don't actually drive in England very much it's full of foreigners.

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