Notes of a Spurkahye Finally Come Home

1) the rules don’t apply to everybody.

2) You’ll learn detailed traffic violations by tickets issued by police.

3) When a lane is narrowed, via accident or work, anarchy prevails.

4) Regardless of how wide car lanes are, some people believe they own the whole road.

5) Everybody’s in a rush to get somewhere for no reason.

6) Pedestrians and drivers are equally suicidal, as they’ll just leap in front of you and act like you’re invisible.

7) Learn to swerve frequently due to road conditions, pedestrians, drivers, etc

8) The horn is your friend, it’s not offensive to use it and have it used on you.

9) Regardless of your speed, always cut right back into the left/slow lane upon passing.

10) A tinted window shouldn’t prevent you from leering at idiot drivers (just take an educated guess as to where their eyes are)

11) flash your highbeams to…

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  1. Yeah, the worst experience in my life was as a passenger in Yerevan. Although the speeds are low, the craziness of the anarchy gets to you.

    The solution is to entirely avoid it — either walk or take the underground. Walking is not entirely safe either, when crossing the road, there will be at least one car that will want to run you over even though you are on the crosswalk and you have the green running man light allowing you to cross the road.

    • I would say that the situation has greatly improved in recent years. As a driver, I can also confirm, that the police has only stopped me if I’ve done something wrong. And I like how they have become much more respectful when addressing a driver.

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