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Europeans and Americans have much more in common than most people think making adjustments to life in a new country easier Many customs are similar to practices in the United States Germans have their own way of being German Germany is a relatively small and densely populated country Unlike the United States which is a large densely populated country The greatest shock to Americans is the speed at which Germans drive The roads and freeways are quite narrow Speed limits in cities are strictly enforced but on much of the Autobahn there is no limit on how fast drivers can go Although it is against the law impatient Germans may also tailgate at high speeds andor flash their headlights when they want to pass your vehicle If you are driving for the first time in Germany keep right Left lanes are for passing only Unlike when you are driving in America Americans tend to travel in the lane that is meant for passing and the faster drivers Americans tend to think I am going the speed limit so I am going to stay in the left lane the Germany way of thinking is that if you are not passing anyone or if you are going too slow your car needs to be in the right hand lane Unlike in the United States train travel is a German way of life You can get on at train at any bahnhof train station and travel to any destination in Europe you would like The Germans use the train as their main mean of travel due to pollution and the inflated gas prices Americans tend to use the automobile as our main mean of travel more than we
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