14 Sep '11, 4am

Believe it or not ... drivers in Singapore are reckless and impatient, a survey finds

The cause of these driving habits is caused by the government squeezing 5 million people into 600km2. Everywhere is crowded, from trains to buses to cars. We need not worry about drivers beating the red lights as there are red light and speed cameras all over singapore: U beat a red light, u get 12 points, u beat the 2nd time, u lose your licence, whereas nothing is done to remove these slow *** road hoggers who are the main cause of Singapore's traffic jams, and thus, these morons are here to stay to continue to cheese off the motoring community by creating jams and high blood. Other motorists who are in a hurry will then try to overtake from the left becos these ***** hoggers are driving slowly at the fast lane. Thus, accidents happen. Time for traffic police and LTA to do something to get rid of these slow *** road hoggers- accident rates will den decrease & motorists w...

Full article: http://www.todayonline.com/Singapore/EDC110914-0001065/Ba...

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