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I was expecting flying machetes and blood geysers, at least...
Was he back from Nagaworld empty handed or else ?
Agree with this! It's a huge problem here, firstly who has the right of way, It seems the bigger the vehicle or the one with more wealth shown by the vehicle driven. Secondly, reading road signs, or not in the case again of large and wealth, nor the many Motos. Most will not adhere by the traffic law. Its I am first, and more important even with lack of regard of life and death, or is it road users here that are so stupid with no regard to their own safety.
Just common sense and courtesy would make roads safer here.
I dunno. That SUV was at the intersection well in advance of the moto. SUV drivers often do drive as though they're above the law. But in this case, the moto driver was alert and cautious, a rarity no doubt, given the time of the evening when many people are driving under the influence of something.
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