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Taxi cab drivers in Australia consider it rude for passsengers to sit in the back.

Australian taxi drivers can be offended if passengers sit in the back seat, rather than up front next to them. This attitude is not uncommon, according to "Kiss, Bow or Shake Hands," a book on business behavior, and stems from Australians' disdain of class distinctions.
Carolyn Cole/ Los Angeles Times
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