It was called “Dagen H” day. Finland and Norway were already there… “There” was driving on the “right” side of the road. Time for Sweden to change and join them. 86% of the country voted against it…even though traffic accidents more then doubled in 10 years. But the Swedes committed, made it their business and woke up to right-side-of-the-road driving and about 360 thousand street signs in 1967 in ONE DAY. And accidents? They went down.
The hard part of change is not the change; it’s wanting to.