You can infer from the street traffic alone, that this cannot be London, since everybody is driving on the right.
You can also conclude that it cannot be Paris, since everybody is driving on the left side of the road.
Parking near a road, here in continental Europe, I was observing the traffic in the rear view mirror, so it appeared as if everyone were driving on the left side of the road.
So I decided to drive for a bit, to see if this impression would persist. It should and also it shouldn’t.
It should, because what has changed if I am also driving instead of just standing there?
But it would imply that I would perceive the car behind me as driving on the ‘wrong’ side of the road. The same way as myself.
Do you see the traffic in the rear view mirror flipped or not? And why and how?