Left side, and I still go by Imperial units in my old car/tractor because they are so old. The signs everywhere are in metric. It's not a difficult thing for me anymore to translate imperial (miles) units to metric units (kilometres), but I have to remember to do 31mph in a 50km/h zone. I forgot once.
im suposed to drive on the right but u c im still learning and i make mistakes and sometimes go on the left then my mother yells at me saying "were not in London!" she thinks london is the only place that drives on the left side of the rode
Well you will most of the time either way, but you will always have a greater room for motion with you main hand in a left hand drive and that counts for both steering and changing gears. Although for the sake of cutting this argument short, I feel pretty safe in assuming that most males at least feel pretty trusting in their left hands capability for the whole up wards and down wards motion required when steering... amongst other thing