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Driving in France with an Englishman was quite interesting. At first I thought I my view of French driving had been colored by my English chauffeur, but later I talked to a French girl who said, "As soon as you learn how to drive in France, you realize that everyone are out to get you"
Me: "But only in Paris, right? They must be more polite out in the countryside"
Her: "No" XD


3rd August 2012

Tagged in France England


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Rosin

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9 months ago #9489397        
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For some people, to them anyone driving slower than them is an idiot, while anyone driving faster is a maniac.

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2 years ago #9383836        
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I actually think Italy -- Rome mainly -- is worse than France.

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7 months ago #9509036        
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The first time I went to England , people got really offended if you didn't thank them for letting you overtake their car. Such politeness, culture shock!!

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Schweden

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9 months ago #9485866        
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I was in a taxi in London and I wouldn't exactly say they drive all that nicely xD



11 months ago #9474518        
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Still not as bad as Arabia or Chicago.



Lehna

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2 years ago #9317632        
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I'm French, and I must admit: it's totally true. We drive like there is no highway code.



13 days ago #9596392        
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This is the exact reaction of a non-Los Angeles-ian (whatever) driving in Mexico. Holy. Shit. My family was bracing ourselves every second we were driving places.

Los Angeles is pretty bad, though. I'm sure they'd not be as shocked as a native San Diegan. ...One that hasn't been to Mexico, anyway.



Mikhails

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20 days ago #9591976        
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As someone who has driven in paris, I can attest to this



2 months ago #9571045        
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I also love how in England we flash our high beams as a way of saying thanks or to say, 'no please, you go first.' It's a clear way of communicating, but I hate getting head lights in my eyes. whereas in France this is supposedly the opposite.



2 months ago #9569683        
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In Finland, the cyclists are the ones with the lack of manners. At least in cities over here, they seem to think they're the kings of the road; ignoring traffic rules, cycling among cars, bowling over pedestrians, and then whining when a car knocks them over (even if it was their fault for bolting in front of the car in the first place).

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