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Driving School 101: Always check them blindspots before changing lanes

Driving School 101: Always check them blindspots before changing lanes

thatJDMahboy

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A grey Honda Stream driver almost caused an unnecessary accident, by abruptly changing lanes without checking its blindspots.

A Honda Stream driver that did a last-minute lane change, resulted in a near-miss with a motorcyclist. 

Luckily for that ignorant driver, the motorcyclist’s defensive reaction kicked in, and he managed to perform an impressive evasive manoeuvre to avoid the Honda Stream.  

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Subsequently, the enraged motorcyclist rode alongside the Honda Stream to confront the driver but was shrugged off.

Our road community could certainly do without entitled drivers who show blatant disregard for road safety. 

#Respectforbikers 

According to Singapore’s traffic rules, offenders will face a composition fine of $100 for their failure to signal. While offenders who drive without due care or reasonable consideration for other road users will face 9 demerit points and a composition fine of $300. 

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Facts, facts, facts.

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Lesson learnt: Change starts from within. Let’s start inculcating a safer road culture for our fellow road users. 

 

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ER-3682

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 This Idiot,should hit a King Kong Truck,then It will be a good lesson for him.

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I not wrong, I not wrong.

Why should I apologize?

:D

Biker born yesterday huh?

We are never wrong and we will never apologize.

And we will never check mirror.

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Some general join a company and say got a deep seated culture of . . .

Drivers here also got a deep seated culture of . . .

:D

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Lucky biker never meet Lambo Lady.

She will scold him for blocking her and never arrange his finances properly.

:D

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