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Blog // Travel
April 22, 2006

Driving In India

Thanks to HKMacs for this link to video of some Indian traffic. To be honest, the clip is a little tame, as the road is quite wide, the traffic is not all that busy and no one is really driving the wrong way. Still, it is a nice little insight into a typical traffic scene […]

Thanks to HKMacs for this link to video of some Indian traffic. To be honest, the clip is a little tame, as the road is quite wide, the traffic is not all that busy and no one is really driving the wrong way. Still, it is a nice little insight into a typical traffic scene here.

[tags] India, Traffic [/tags]

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Adhiraj Joglekar 16 years ago

Over past one year I have worked on making a series of short video’s providing driver training and education. The aim of the video’s is to move beyond the traditional clutch-accelerator training provided by the otherwise friendly neighbourhood driving instructor. Please spare at least 30 minutes. For best viewing, use a broadband connection.

All the video’s are available at https://driving-india.blogspot.com/

The 14 video’s currently available cover following topics –

Video 1: Covers the concept of Blind spots
Video 2: Introduces the principle of Mirrors, Signal and Manoeuvre
Video 3: At red lights, stop behind the stop line
Video 4: At red lights there are no free left turns
Video 5: The Zebra belongs to pedestrians
Video 6: Tyres and Tarmac (rather than bumper to bumper)
Video 7: Merging with the Main road
Video 8: Leaving the Main Road
Video 9: Never Cut Corners
Video 10: Show Courtesy on roads
Video 11: 5 Rules that help deal with Roundabouts
Video 12: Speed limits, stopping distances & 2 seconds rule
Video 13: Lane discipline and overtaking
Video 14: Low beams or high beams?

Dr Adhiraj Joglekar

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