Almost all Europeans have cars with manual gears, while Americans have a marked preference for automatic ones.European cars are also very different in style than their American counterparts.
European washing machines normally have only a cold water inlet (the water brought to adequate temperature inside the machine) as opposed to both a hot and a cold water inlet in the USA.
Schools and universities are free in most European countries.
Europeans see access to university as a right, while American families often have to save for years for their children to attend one.
This is due to the much higher density of population in Europe, and the smaller size of Europe (believe it or not the EU is over twice smaller than the USA).
Yet, Europeans travel much more than Americans, inside or outside their own continent.