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|4th March 2010, 21:48||#16|
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But not now! I wouldn't be driving (as far as possible) on Indian roads with those ORVMs. Its one of the best ways to make sure you don't have a moron trying to crawl into your lane, or at best it'll come in handy to spot the crazy biker trying to squeeze and scratch your car.
|7th March 2010, 10:27||#17|
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Pump up the volume so you can't hear the world shouting at you and drive in the sanest manner you feel possible.
It's not only the case with even the first planned city in India too. I've to date lost my left OVRM, thrice to autorickshaws and over enthusiastic kids on there activas. Take a peace brake, curse a little in a low tone and move on. .
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