If you choose any of these means
If you choose any of these means, you must go through immigration control. Immigration officers divide all travelers into 2 groups:
• EC citizens-of countries that participate in the EU
• non-EC citizens. All non-EC citizens must fill in the landing card in which they supply all possible information on themselves. You also have to write the purpose of your visit and the exact address of your accommodation. If you plan to study/work there, you have to submit valid visa. Some immigration officers check if you have enough money to live there for minimum period of time. If you travel there as an individual tourist, you must show them your return ticket.
They drive on the left and have the steering wheel of their car on the right-hand side. They usually don’t have intersections but roundabouts (Am. Traffic circle) which make traffic smooth. This is the fact that contributes to the lowest death accident rate in whole EU, although the traffic in England is extremely dense (like nowadays, there are 22 mil cars in England)
65% of adult people have the drivers licence. You have 2 options to learn how to drive. You become a student of the British school of Motoring. You take regular classes where you study the Highway code. You may ask any person who has the drive license to teach you but only 2 people are permitted in that car (then you just take exams) License plate is white in front and the back it’s yellow. It supplies 3 pieces of information:
• You quickly find out if the car is from W, E, I, S.
• The year of registration
• The place of registration – town
It includes 1 letter, 3 numbers, 3 letters usually.