Social Etiquette – Keep your right

Here’s the first article of an ongoing series of social etiquette. Simple reminders and tips on how to behave efficiently, safely and beneficial behaviours for the whole society.

Keep your right, please?


Keep your right. When walking on sidewalks, always keep your right.

Subway’s escalators

Keep your right. The rule here is: “There’s ALWAYS someone faster than you.” So clear the way and keep the right. If you’re standing in the escalators, stand on the right side.

Driving (North America)

Maybe you forgot or your driving teacher didn’t tell you: “Keep your right”. At all time, whenever possible, keep your right.


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