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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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Public telephone booths are wheelchair-friendly.

Even today, where smartphones are widely used, Japan still retains its payphones in case of natural disasters. These public phones are often placed lower than eye level to cater to people in wheelchairs.

 

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