News of Samoa's Driving Shift is gaining international attention


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As written here in an online article from the Wall Street Journal news of Samoa's Driving Shift is gaining international attention. 

 Although a relatively small and independent nation made up from the “western” islands of Samoa, the change from driving on the right side of the road to the left side of the road is making waves throughout the Pacific and beyond.  Listed in the article are other nations that have made a similar shift in driving and most recent is Ghana in 1974.  It should be expected that such a change is has supporters for change as well as tradition with regards to driving on the roads.  As September 7th nears more news coverage should be expected which cause also be great promotions for tourism in Samoa depending on how the media edits the footage of the Islands of Samoa and the Samoan people.