More "Grand Entrance" Khmer Parking

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More "Grand Entrance" Khmer Parking

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Street 217, Sangkat Roluos, Khan Dangkor, Phnom Penh

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Kin Hell, lol the madness continues, Why don't they learn to put the brakes on and leave it in gear, or do they just fall asleep and drive into peoples shops and houses.

What gets me is that iron man and his family obviously travel to other countries, his niece just bought a place in UK, don't they see what it's like to live in the 21st century, why don't they do something to bring this place up to speed. MOT's, breathalyser tests, random drug testing, fucking passing driving tests etc, it ain't difficult.
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DaveG wrote: Sat Jan 11, 2020 9:46 pm Kin Hell, lol the madness continues, Why don't they learn to put the brakes on and leave it in gear, or do they just fall asleep and drive into peoples shops and houses.

What gets me is that iron man and his family obviously travel to other countries, his niece just bought a place in UK, don't they see what it's like to live in the 21st century, why don't they do something to bring this place up to speed. MOT's, breathalyser tests, random drug testing, fucking passing driving tests etc, it ain't difficult.
He did put the brakes on but they haven't been serviced or used for 3 years :-)
They do have mot's every 2 years, breath testing and random drug testing would not go down well with alcopothead expats and tourists and passing the driving test takes 30 minutes. the probelm is in the way Cambodians think about driving, or don't think depending on your opinion
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