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|15th December 2008, 15:32||#16|
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People spitting from their cars. Here in Bangalore, (and maybe elsewhere too) its not just the cabbies who do this. This phenomenon is more likely to occur at a traffic light. A door will open. A head will pop out. And splat! Spit on the road.
|15th December 2008, 22:45||#18|
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|21st December 2008, 23:01||#20|
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I cuss out on lane changing drivers
I freak out cussing for car drivers who do not understand the concept of lanes and drive one car in 2 - 3 lanes at one time.
Its a art they have perfected, one moment they are in left lane the second your eye blinks they change lanes like its their birth right which means no indicators of any kind ( no use those left right indicators ) then after changing they drive in the middle of two lanes.
Every morning i find one of these drivers and its definately not a start of a beautiful monday morning.
On Mumbai streets you would find young 20 year olds chewing paan and spitting it on the road ( and cars on the sides/behind) as if their uncles owned mumbai. Thats worth cussing about now.
|25th December 2008, 19:17||#21|
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I hate it when drivers don't maintain their lanes , by maintaining lanes a lot of traffic will flow smoothly no matter how big the jam is
Flashing high beam when oncoming expecting us to slowdown or give way .
|29th December 2008, 12:06||#22|
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Just mentioning points i get really annoyed with
VJ_Maverick@ All who have driven alongside me tell the same about me. "You cuss a lot!". I aboslutely agree to your point that each driver should be responsible atleast to drive safe since, it is really a matter of people's life in your hands.
Few things i get angry and annoyed a lot about is -
Mavericks putting on High beam inside city roads where you have big street lights lightening up.
I guess, people just put on High beam and forget they have it on. Has happened with me, but now that i have realised by myself, i always take care to have it on DIM unless absolutely necessary. And yes, do give it back to them, if i find any bright lights inside the city, i flash across to them hoping they'll dim down for my following traffic atleast. (Honestly speaking ,it is more or less its always prompted by a feeling of vengence u know. V dangerous i know. i try to remain calm ) Its really stressfull to drive with such things happening around you.
Second would be guys(with their cars or bikes) running around the lanes, zig zagging without any indication whatsoever.
Trucks dragging their sorry butts parallelly on a highway blocking most of the car traffic
|23rd January 2009, 01:08||#23|
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Incidentally, I think the first rear view mirrors were the external ones not the internal ones (fixed to the dash / near the roof line). I am subject to correction on this from out friends who are into classic/vintage cars.
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