In the UK we:
- don't have drive through banks (nope, got to find somewhere to park your car, walk to the bank and get your cash). We don't have drive-through pharmacies or Utility providers either.
- don't have 50 different fast food chains (pretty much we have McD's, BK, KFC and Dominos the same as USA but that's about it - yes there are a few others dotted around but not real nationwide chains)
- get a lot more rain!
- we think 77 Degrees Farenheit is a hot day!
- sit on the right and drive on the left
- have a lot more smaller cars with smaller engines (probably because our gas prices are around 3x those in the USA)
- already have tax included in the ticket price, you buy a £20 shirt, it's £20.
- call it a supermarket (as opposed to a grocery store) and it's pretty standard in the UK to buy your cigarettes and alcohol there as well as your groceries
- call a grill a barbecue and a broiler a grill (still causes confusion when I visit the USA)
- don't have a National Health Service (most people I personally met can't afford to visit a doctor when they get sick, and one or two even went thousands of dollars into debt when they needed an operation, a scary thought to me!)
- have drive-in movies (I went for the first time ever last summer, lay on an airbed in the back of the pick-up truck and thought it was sooooo cool)
- are really Patriotic and it's common to see small versions of the US flag in people's gardens
- don't have roundabouts (okay, where I have been in the USA they don't)
- can turn right at a red traffic light
More patriotic gifts here.