Cyprus, a small Island at the furthest most Eastern part of the Mediterranean Sea considered to be geographically in Asia and the Middle east but politically and culturally European. This small island is made even smaller by the fact it is divided from east to west by a hard border enforced by the United Nations thus dividing North and South. The North is the ‘Occupied area’ as the Greek South see it and a separate Republic as the Turkish North will insist. This has been the Status Quo since 1974 and sees no signs of changing anytime soon. The Southern Republic enjoys EU membership since 2004 when together with 8 others it was granted full EU membership.
Cyprus has no car manufacturing facility and thus being an island, imports all its motorcars. Cyprus adopts the English rule in many areas having been previously part of the British Empire and under English rule, it is [...]