When everything else fails out there is always humor. You all must be aware of jokes about how in some parts of the country, the traffic situation is so bad that bullock carts run faster than cars.
Traffic jams are seemingly unavoidable so it’s best to just laugh at them every once in a while. As funny as these jokes are, road safety is a pressing issue that needs to be taken seriously.
Nowadays people share their anger, disappointment, and frustration on Twitter in this situation. Some of them are even sharing traffic details for fellow passengers. And some are just busy cracking jokes and sharing hilarious memes. Indian road rules broadly operate within the realm of karma where you do your best and leave the results to your insurance company. In observance, there are three golden rules that are required bf every licensed driver i.e. a good horn, good brakes, and good luck.
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N O T 😣 I M P R E S S E D Visiting the patients is normally a 10 min drive. Today it’s taken an hour and I’m still miles away! Hate being stuck in traffic probably because some shit driver, can’t drive and has caused absolute chaos! #unhappydriver #stuckintraffic #goingnowhere #gotthehump #avoidifyoucan #gravesend #trafficgridlock
The major cause leading to traffic congestion is the high number of vehicles which was caused by the population and the development of the economy. Besides it, the road network is incapable of meeting the requirement of increasing number of vehicles. It makes life in cities uncomfortable for people. Despite all digital and technological advances that make our lives easy and comfortable we have yet to come up with a definite answer to the traffic problems because it doesn’t seem like the problem is going to get better anytime soon.
Finally, it’s high time we were aware of the disadvantage as well as the solutions to the traffic congestion. With great effort from each individualist and government, our society will be definitely cleaner and well ï organized. Let’s hope the authorities are taking note while we pledge to do our own bit towards happier, safer Indian roads.
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