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Josey 5 month s ago
In Florida, where I live, we just jump to the conclusion that a driver is over 70 years old: no sticker required.
       
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Deanne 5 month s ago
#7 is pretty common worldwide. I've experienced many of the rest of these first hand though. The number of young kids navigating the cities on their own was a welcome sight for me after living in the US where few people allow their kids out without very hands-on supervision.
       
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Car stickers for the disabled

The International Symbol of Access is a label with a person in a wheelchair, but Japan chooses to use a 4-leaf clover for a handicapped driver’s mark instead. The reason is to avoid any confusion that makes one think that all disabled people use a wheelchair. Since a 4-leaf clover is generally considered lucky because it is not very common, the symbol gives the idea of being unique, instead of lacking abilities.

 

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