I told my Canadian buddy that I would perhaps attempt to visit the UK one day, to see the old engines in the museums.
He sternly warned "Do not attempt to drive over there !".
I believe him, I would not attempt it.
My daughter dated a Brit for a while, and his driving was quite good considering he was having to reverse it all in his head.
The Brits do seem to act like they are in the Indianapolis 500, and getting somewhere first at a high rate of speed while getting in front of every other car on the road seems to be highly imperitive.
I told my daughter "he drives a bit on the wild side", and she said "You should drive with his dad, definitely a white-knuckle ride" (she visited his parents in the UK).
These days we seem to have a bumper crop of crazy drivers over here.
I had a Korean buddy in college, and he taught me how to do first-rate drafting.
I made the mistake of riding with him to lunch one day.
He only used two throttle positions; which were "floored", and "off", and one driving speed which was about 75 mph on small back streets with limited visibility. He was a superb friend though, and I miss that guy.
College was the best.
I had buddies from Ethiopia, Korea, Malasia, all over the world really.