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What side of a vehicle is considered the left side?

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When u sit in a vehicle thats how u determine the l and r. or in other words the passenger side is the right and the drivers side is left

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SOURCE: whatside of the car is considered left rear?

The driver's side is the left side. As when you are facing the same way as the car is facing, or if you were sitting in the car: driver's is left side, passenger side is the right side of the vehicle.

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