In the U.S. Virgin Islands, people drive their cars on the left side of the road. This poses some interesting challenges, because most of the cars come from the states and have their steering wheel on the left side, not on the right like they do in the UK. On the more mountainous islands like St. John, driving on the left means that sometimes you, the driver, have a particularly terrifying view of the sheer cliff you might plunge off of if you don't keep the wheels in the right place.

Drivers and their front seat passengers are required by law to wear seat belts.

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