Countries that Drive on the Left

How many countries can you name that drive on the left side of the road?
In Europe there are 2 countries and in Africa there are 17.
In Australia and Oceania there are 4 and in Asia there are 10.
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Last updated: July 9, 2013
First submittedJuly 8, 2013
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Antigua and Barbuda
Australia
Bahamas
Bangladesh
Barbados
Bhutan
Botswana
Brunei
Cyprus
Dominica
Fiji
Grenada
Guyana
India
Indonesia
Ireland
Jamaica
Japan
Kenya
Lesotho
Malawi
Malaysia
Malta
Mauritius
Mozambique
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Namibia
Nepal
New Zealand
Pakistan
Papua New Guinea
Saint Vincent and Grenadines
Seychelles
Singapore
Solomon islands
Somalia
South Africa
Sri Lanka
Saint kitts and nevis
Saint Lucia
Suriname
Swaziland
Tanzania
Thailand
Tonga
Trinidad and Tobago
Uganda
United Kingdom
Zambia
Zimbabwe
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Level 65
Jul 9, 2013
It's Mauritius
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Level 84
Jul 14, 2013
Interesting quiz, though when I ran out of ones that I knew for sure or could reasonably guess I still had 4 minutes left and eventually gave up out of boredom because I was just guessing random countries at that point. Also, they drive on the wrong side of the road in Hong Kong, too, though on the mainland they switch back to driving on the right. Not sure if that counts, it's only part of the country, but in at least one area of China they drive on the left.
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Level 56
Jul 27, 2014
No Kiribati, no Maldives, no Tuvalu. There are not two but three European left-driving countries, four if you count Cyprus. There are more than four left-driving nations in Oceania, even in the countries you have included. Somalia doesn't drive on the left and that still leaves only 14 African nations in your list, not 17.