When he saw my car, instead of slowing down, he accelerated. I then reversed my car, though there were other cars behind mine, to allow him through and not a word of thank you even though I am sure he knew that he was on the wrong lane. Sadly, this is quite typical of Singapore drivers.
Our roads are now full of parked cars and it is almost impossible to see around the bend until we make the turning. If we can all be more gracious, driving will be less stressful.
Was driving along Serangoon Gardens last night when I saw this dangerous cyclist. Notice how he cuts in front of the white car first while his friend in the other bicycle cleverly goes behind the car. Then, this young and foolish cyclist tries to cut a car that is obviously turning into a lane. Sadly, I think it is only a matter of time before he gets himself into trouble.
Came across this auntie driver yesterday afternoon. As soon as she signals, she wants to take your lane. She assumes that everyone can see her signal, including the car just next to hers. After taking my lane, she goes to the fast lane and starts braking. Pity those cars behind her.....
This is a dangerous stretch of road along Upper Serangoon Road. The outer most lane is a fast lane and this school girl prefers walking along the fast lane when there is a pathway beside the road. How I wish they will put a barrier as sooner or later, there will be an accident here.
Really silly to see these 4 motorcyclists trying to go infront of a rushing ambulance on the CTE. The last motorcyclist was squeezed in between my car and the ambulance. Pity the ambulance driver as he has to avoid these motorcyclists at the same time.