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We are heading over to Scotland in March this year. Our itinerary is pretty much set, but the big question remains in regards to availability of public toilets. We have traveled in Europe, US and Asia quite frequently and compared to both Australia and New Zealand there seems to be a distinct lack of available public toilets. We seem to have an over abundance of them here at home, which is great as my wife's bladder is not what it used to be, so she can sometimes get quite anxious in regards to this situation, hence my questions in order to put her mind at rest.
Obviously we can always go to pubs, cafe's etc, but the question is more for when we are on the road driving between towns.