British and American English have a number of differences in vocabulary. This is especially true in transportation terminology. Here is a list with the British word on the left and the American on the right:
car park parking lot
dual carriage way divided freeway
estate car station wagon
flat battery dead battery
give way yield
glove box glove compartment
high street main street
hire car rental car
metalled road paved road
number plate license plate
wing mirror rear view mirror
zebra crossing crosswalk
Thursday, August 4, 2016
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