Countries That Drive On The Correct Side Of The Road

A map showing which countries drive on the correct, left, side of the road

Blue = Correct
Red = Wrong

List of jurisdictions where traffic keeps left as God intended

Note: Number in parenthesis indicates year of change to driving on the left. Commonwealth countries and territories indicated with *

 Anguilla*
 Antigua and Barbuda*
 Australia*
 Bahamas*
 Bangladesh*
 Barbados*
 Bermuda*
 Bhutan
 Botswana*
 Brunei*†
 Cayman Islands*
 Christmas Island*
 Cocos Islands*
 Cook Islands*
 Cyprus*[29]
 Dominica*
 East Timor (drove on right 1928–1976)
 Falkland Islands*
 Fiji*
 Grenada*
 Guernsey*
 Guyana*
 Hong Kong
 India*
 Indonesia
 Ireland
 Isle of Man*
 Jamaica*
 Japan (Okinawa 1978, details)
 Jersey*
 Kenya*
 Kiribati*
 Lesotho*
 Macau
 Malawi*
 Malaysia*
 Maldives*
 Malta*
 Mauritius*
 Montserrat*
 Mozambique*
 Namibia* (1918)
 Nauru* (1918)
   Nepal
 New Zealand*
 Niue*
 Norfolk Island*
 Pakistan*
 Papua New Guinea*
 Pitcairn Islands*
 Saint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha*
 Saint Kitts and Nevis*
 Saint Lucia*
 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines*
 Samoa* (2009)
 Seychelles*
 Singapore*
 Solomon Islands*
 South Africa*[30][31]
 Sri Lanka*
 Suriname
 Swaziland*
 Tanzania*
 Thailand
 Tokelau*
 Tonga*
 Trinidad and Tobago*
 Turks and Caicos Islands*
 Tuvalu*
 Uganda*
Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Right-_and_left-hand_traffic#Left-hand_traffic

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 British Virgin Islands*
 U.S. Virgin Islands
 Zambia*
 Zimbabwe

† Until the late 1960s, imported vehicles from the US were fitted with left-hand drive layout

Total: 75 countries, territories and dependencies

From Wikipedia with minor alterations.